2023 Honda H’ness CB350 & CB350RS Are Here!
Article by Drivio | 13th Mar 23
The H’ness CB350 is Honda’s first 350cc bike for India, to go up against the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 and the Royal Enfield Classic 350.
- Both CB350 retro bikes with 348.3cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine make 21PS and 30Nm.
- Underpinnings on the bikes include a telescopic fork and dual shock absorbers.
- Braking is via disc brakes and both ends with the added safety net of dual channel ABS.
Honda has launched the 2023 H'ness CB350 and CB350RS in the country. There’s now also a new 'Pro' variant of the CB350RS that’s been introduced. Here is a quick rundown of the prices for these new bikes.
2023 Honda H’ness CB350 & CB350RS Prices
Both bikes are now significantly more expensive than the outgoing models and its competitors too. Check out the exact prices below:
|Honda H’ness CB350||Latest Price||Previous Price||Increase|
|DLX||Rs 2,09,857||Rs 2,00,386||Rs 9,471|
|DLX Pro||Rs 2,12,856||Rs 2,05,386||Rs 7,470|
|DLX Pro Chrome||Rs 2,14,856||Rs 2,07,886||Rs -|
|Honda CB350RS||Latest Price||Previous Price||Increase|
|DLX||Rs 2,14,856||Rs 2,00,386||Rs 9,470|
|DLX Pro||Rs 2,17,857||Rs 2,05,386||Rs -|
|DLX Pro Dual Tone||Rs 2,17,857||Rs 2,07886||Rs -11,842|
What’s new on the 2023 Honda H’ness CB350 & CB350RS?
Both bikes now get a OBD 2-compliant engine, which means they'll meet the upcoming BS6.2 emission standards in real time.
Honda has included smartphone connectivity with voice control on the CB350RS DLX Pro trims, which was previously exclusive to the top-spec H'ness. The H'ness, too, now comes standard with a split seat configuration.
In typical Honda fashion, all trims of the bike have seen unreasonable price increases, and the CB350s' cases aren't helped by the fact that the Royal Enfield Classic 350 prices begin at Rs 1,90,092 (ex-showroom Delhi).