The Honda H'Ness CB 350 was launched with the idea of taking aim squarely at Royal Enfield's 350 cc motorcycle range, which was further bolstered by the arrival of the Honda H'ness CB 350. It is a stylish neo-retro roadster from Honda and will compete in the high volumes 350-500 cc modern classic motorcycle segment. The Honda H'Ness CB 350 is available in two variants, CB 350 DLX and CB 350 DLX Pro. The DLX Pro variant gets dual-tone colours, and features the Honda Smartphone Voice Control System, which the DLX variant does not get. Here are top 5 highlights of the Honda H'Ness CB 350.
( Honda H'Ness CB 350, carries a modern classic design, in line with the Honda CB series roadsters from the Japanese brand's history. More specifically, the design is reminiscent of the Honda CB roadsters from the 1960s and 1970s)
(The engine on the H'ness CB 350 makes 20.8 bhp at 5,500 rpm and 30 Nm at 3,000 rpm. The 5-speed gearbox can be accessed via a slipper clutch with assist function which requires less load on the clutch lever, compared to a regular clutch. The slipper function reduces unpleasant shocks during aggressive downshifting and will prevent the wheel from locking up)
(The H'Ness CB 350 gets features like Honda Selectable Torque Control, standard dual-channel ABS, smartphone voice activated system, Bluetooth connectivity).
(The Honda H'Ness CB 350 DLX is priced at Rs. 189,905 while the DLX Pro is priced at Rs. 195,905. Both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. Honda currently has 5 BigWing Topline dealerships across Gurugram, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Cochin and Indore, and 18 BigWing dealerships in India. The bike is available only via BigWing dealerships)
(The Honda CB 350 is HMSI's shot at the 350-500 cc modern classic segment, dominated by the Royal Enfield Classic 350. The Honda CB 350 will take on the Classic 350, as well as other rivals like the Jawa and Benelli Imperiale 400. But, the biggest rival of the CB 350 is the Royal Enfield Meteor 350)