Chrome variant is the most expensive.
Simple tail-light and number plate assembly looks neat.
The bike has much neater welds and uniform usage of Allen bolts.
The Classic 350 finally gets a fuel gauge.
It gets a little more damping, which results in a slightly firmer ride.
The old Classic’s pushrod-valve system is replaced by a SOHC two-valve head.
Rider seat is roomy and comfortable.
Double-downtube frame replaces the basic single-cradle unit.
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