Honda H’ness CB350
The Honda H’ness CB350 motorcycle with a price tag ranging between Rs. 1.98 to Rs. 2.06 Lakh. It is available in 3 variants and 8 colours. Powered by a 348.36 cc bs6 engine, the Honda H’ness CB350 has a 5 Speed gearbox. The Honda H’ness CB350 has Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes along with ABS. Over 24 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Honda H’ness CB350.
Honda H’ness CB350 Highlights
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Honda CB350 H’Ness Price:
Prices of the Honda CB350 H’Ness begin from around Rs 1,98,179 (for the base DLX trim). The DLX Pro variant costs Rs 2,03,179 (both ex-showroom, Delhi). The DLX Pro variant comes with a more premium-looking dual-tone colour scheme and, more importantly, a smartphone-compatible instrument cluster. The range-topping Anniversary Edition retails at Rs. 2,05,679 (ex-showroom).
Honda CB350 H’Ness Features:
Even though the Honda CB350 looks retro, the Japanese brand has equipped the motorcycle with tons of modern features. The lighting system is all-LED and the instrument cluster is a semi-digital unit. The instrument cluster shows useful information like realtime/average mileage, distance-to-empty readouts, battery voltage, and gear position indicator.
It also gets a USB port integrated into the cluster with smartphone connectivity (restricted to the DLX Pro variant). Pairing the console with a smartphone will let the rider use voice commands to control calls/music and even access turn-by-turn navigation. The bike also gets a multifunction switchgear on the left handlebar, just like the one in the KTM 390 Duke. For added safety, it comes with a standard dual-channel ABS and a hazard lamp switch on the right handlebar.
Honda CB350 H’Ness Engine:
The Honda CB350 H’Ness is powered by an all-new BS6-compliant 348.36cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected engine. Linked to a 5-speed transmission with assist and slipper clutch, the engine churns out 21PS at 5500rpm and 30Nm at 3000rpm. It is also counterbalanced for optimum refinement. The motorcycle comes with a first-in-segment Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), Honda’s jargon for traction control.
Honda CB350 H’Ness Suspension & Brakes:
Keeping in line with the retro theme of the bike, the Honda CB350 Highness employs a half-duplex cradle frame linked to a telescopic front fork and twin rear shock absorbers. Bringing the 181kg (kerb) motorcycle to a halt are the 310mm front and 240mm rear discs with dual-channel ABS as standard. The bike rolls on alloy wheels wrapped with 100-section front and 130-section rear MRF tubeless tyres.
Honda CB350 H’Ness Rivals:
The Honda CB350 H’Ness goes directly against the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 and the Meteor 350. Other noteworthy competitors in the segment include the Benelli Imperiale 400, the Jawa, and newly launched Royal Enfield Hunter 350. In its price bracket, the Honda CB350 also goes up against the Royal Enfield Himalayan and the Bajaj Dominar 400.