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Dec 24, 2016 11:21 AM 8391 Views (via Android App)

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Cruisers never go out of style, and that’s true not just for those long-stroke V-twin Harleys. Ask Enfield, which came up with the Thunderbird 350 at the start of the century. Enfield purists didn’t like it very much, but it did bring in new buyers who had not considered the Royal Enfield brand until then.


The second-gen Thunderbird was launched with two engine options – a fuel injected 500cc and a carburetted 350cc. We tested the 500 when it was launched; now we got our hands on the 350, Enfield’s bread-and-butter model.


It looks exactly like the 500, and the design is an evolutionary change over the previous-gen TB. It’s well proportioned and the fuel tank gels well with the rest of the bodywork, unlike the first-gen bike. The projector headlamp and five-bar LED tail lamp give this TB some character. For colour options, there are three kinds of black to chose from: matt, gloss and twilight ( black with a blue hue) .


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