Honda H’ness CB350 is a motorcycle that makes its world premiere is made in India. A BS6/Euro 5 motorcycle has now made a new segment that is strongly dominated by the Royal Enfield. Honda is set to export to the world but only after its Indian market demands will be met. There will be two variants on offer, the DLX and DLX Pro. Honda offers first in segment 6-year warranty package*. (*3 years’ standard warranty + 3 years optional extended warranty).
Honda CB350 Design and Dimensions
Honda has knocked out the competition with one blow because the design is spot on with its retro styling and perfect colours used along with a round LED headlamp giving it the retro look. The tail-lamp is simple just like the seat and the grab rail at the back. The aluminium connector that connects chassis with swingarm also is very well crafted.
Dual-tone fuel tank with bold Honda mark provides a heritage-inspired look that attracts every eye on the road. The front 7 Y-Shaped alloy wheel of H’ness-CB350 gives a distinctive modern look.
Honda H’ness CB350 Chassis, suspension and brakes
The motorcycle gets twin shocks at the back, single down tube frame and telescopic front forks at the front. Disc brakes at both ends are being offered. MRF tyres are slapped on 18-inch wheels at the back and 19-inch wheels the front.
Honda CB350 Speedometer
Honda Smartphone Voice Control System is going to be on offer with the instrument cluster which is blue-lit and has analogue look and all the tell-tale lights. There is Bluetooth and navigation on offer as well along with cellphone integration is on offer on the top-end variant. An engine kill switch is on offer as well. All controls for smartphone function will be controlled via left-side switchgear.
Honda H’ness CB350 Price and Launch
Price is around the 1.9 lakh for DLX PRO and DLX cost Rs. 1.85 lakhs.
Honda CB350 Engine And Specification
The motorcycle is powered by a 348.36cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled motor that produces 20.8bhp at 5,500rpm and 30Nm of peak torque at 3,000rpm. The engine is mated to a five-speed transmission. The engine gets a coaxial balance shaft and a slipper clutch to make things comfortable and high on refinement.
Honda CB350 Safety Features
Dual-channel ABS is standard on the motorcycle and it also gets Honda Torque control which is the traction control system in Honda speak.
Honda CB350 Competition
Royal Enfield 350, Jawa 300, Bajaj Dominar 250, Benelli Imperiale 400
Type ４ Stroke, SI Engine
Max Net Power 15.5kW @ 5500 rpm
Max Net Torque 30N-m @ 3000 rpm
Fuel System PGM-FI
Bore x Stroke 70mm X 90.5mm
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Starting Method Self
Braking System Dual Channel ABS
Tyre Size & Type (Front) 100/90-19M/C 57H
Tyre Size & Type (Rear) 130/70-18M/C 63H
Brake Type & Size (Front) Disc 310mm
Brake Type & Size (Rear) Disc 240mm
Wheel Base 1441mm
Ground Clearance 166mm
Kerb Weight 181Kg
Seat Height 800mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 15L
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