Yamaha RD350: The Next Retro Bike from Yamaha?

Yamaha is known for its powerful and stylish motorcycles, and it seems like the company is gearing up to bring back another classic. According to recent reports, Yamaha has filed a trademark for the RZ350 and RZ250 in Japan, raising speculations that these bikes might make a comeback in India as well.

The Yamaha RD350 was a legendary bike that dominated the market a few years ago. Its popularity among enthusiasts, including the famous Ray Baba Dabanggs, was unmatched. With its cool design and loud sound, it became the preferred choice for many riders. Now, with the growing demand for retro bikes in India, Yamaha might seize the opportunity to reintroduce the RD350.

In terms of engine specifications, the old Yamaha RD350 featured a 347cc air-cooled engine that generated a maximum power of 39 bhp. It was equipped with a 6-speed gearbox. However, in its new avatar, Yamaha might opt for a four-stroke engine.

The upcoming Yamaha RD350 is expected to come with a range of modern features to enhance the riding experience. These might include LED headlamps with DRL, a digital instrument console, dual-channel ABS, Bluetooth connectivity, traction control system, and an assist and slipper clutch. These features will make the Yamaha RD350 a tough competitor in the market, offering a complete package for riders.

In terms of competition, the Yamaha RD350 will go head-to-head with popular bikes like the Royal Enfield 350cc, Honda H’ness CB350, Jawa/Yezdi, and the upcoming Bajaj-Triumph and Hero-Harley bikes. With its rich heritage and strong performance, the RD350 is expected to create a stir in the market.

The Yamaha RD350 had a massive fan base in the 80s and 90s, and even today, many owners maintain their bikes in excellent condition. The anticipation for the launch of the new RD350 is high among enthusiasts who are eager to experience the power and thrill of this iconic motorcycle once again.

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Summary at glance

Yamaha has recently filed a trademark for the RZ350 and RZ250 in Japan, indicating a possible introduction of these retro bikes in India. The Yamaha RD350, known for its dominance in the market a few years ago, may be relaunched with a new avatar. The old RD350 was powered by a 347cc air-cooled engine, but the new version is expected to come with a four-stroke engine. Features such as LED headlamp with DRL, digital instrument console, dual-channel ABS, Bluetooth connectivity, traction control system, and assist and slipper clutch are likely to be included. The Yamaha RD350 will compete with Royal Enfield 350cc, Honda H’ness CB350, Jawa/Yezdi, and upcoming Bajaj-Triumph and Hero-Harley bikes in the Indian market. The bike was popular in the 80s and 90s for its classic design and powerful performance. Many customers still have the RD350 bike in good condition and are eagerly awaiting its relaunch.

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