The CB350 becomes the third 350cc motorcycle in Honda’s lineup
- Gets retro inspired styling
- Significantly cheaper than CB350 H’ness
- Two variants
Honda CB350 Design & Features
Starting off with the styling, the CB350, as it is simply called gets a retro-classic design theme. Changes relative to the H’ness include a split seat, new rear fender, a pea-shooter style exhaust and shrouded front forks. There are also new side panels and a new, more rounded off fuel tank to complete the look.
In terms of features, it gets a digital-analogue instrument cluster, dual-channel ABS, Traction control, Honda Smartphone Voice Control tech and LED lighting as part of its equipment list.
Honda CB350 Engine & Price
Being based on the CB350 H’ness and CB350RS twins, the standard CB350 also uses the same underpinnings. This means it also gets a 349cc single-cylinder engine producing 20.7HP at 5500rpm and 29.4NM of torque at 3000rpm. This is paired to a 5 speed gearbox. Honda also says that it uses a double-layered exhaust pipe to prevent discolouration with age. Further, Honda will also be offering an extended warranty period of upto 10 years as an option for customers.
In terms of prices, the CB350 has been launched in two variants. These two variants are called DLX and DLX Pro and are priced at Rs. 1,99,900 and Rs. 2,17,800 (Ex-showroom)respectively. Both variants are available in 5 colours- Precious Red Metallic, Pearl Igneous
Black, Matte Crust Metallic, Matte Marshal Green Metallic and Matte Dune Brown.
Talking of rivals, the CB350 will go squarely up against the Royal Enfield Classic 350 as it’s chief competitor.
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