Yamaha RD350

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Yamaha RD350 price, launch, specification, features

Yamaha RD350 has legendery status in the world of motorcycles. Sadly it has been discontinued for a long time and will remain to be so.

Here are specifications of the Indian version of the bike

GENERAL INFORMATION

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Latest Industry buzz: Sadly the Yamaha RD350 has been discontinued and Yamaha has no plans to launch it again
Expected price (ex-showroom, Delhi): Rs. 30,000/- (in 1990)
Mileage 20 kmpl
0-100 km/h 7 Seconds
Top speed 150-170 kmph
Launch date: 1983
Manufacturer Yamaha
Bike segment Cafe Racer
Displacement category 300cc to 500cc
Price category Under 1 lakh
Colours available Silver, Red, Black
   

SPECIFICATION

Engine 347 cc, 2-stroke, Twin Cylinder (Parallel), Air-cooled, Torque Induction with Twin Carburettor
Power 30.5 BHP @ 6750 rpm (India)
Torque 32.3 NM @ 6500 rpm (India
Transmission 6-Speed
Frame/Chassis Tubular, double cradle
Lubrication Autolube
Brakes Front: 180mm Drum
Rear:  180mm Drum
ABS:  No
Wheel & Tire Front:  18 inch (3.00 x18″ – 4PR), Spoked wheels
Rear: 18 inch (3.50 x18″ – 4PR), Spoked wheels
Suspension Front: Telescopic fork oil-damped
Rear: Swing arm Coil spring with air damped

DIMENSIONS, DESIGN FEATURES AND VARIANTS AVAILABLE

 

Length: 2040 mm

Width: 835 mm

Height: 1110 mm

Seat height: 800 mm

Wheelbase: 1320 mm

Ground clearance: 155 mm

Kerb weight: 155 kg

Fuel  tank capacity: 16 litres

Oil tank capacity: 2 litres

Some features

Instrument console: Analog

Headlight: Single

The Yamaha RD350 has a retro-classic styling that doesn’t fade with time. But what’s really exciting is the 2 Stroke engine that powers it.

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We’ve added Yamaha RD350 to our website just because we really want it to come back. The bike holds iconic status around the world but failed to sell in large numbers in India. So there isn’t enough to cater to the current need of the country.

Unfortunately though, the bike will not re-launched and it is unlikely the Yamaha will reuse the name on future models.

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