Honda CB350 Launched In IndiaAt Rs 2 Lakh: All Details About The New Classic 350 Rival
Article by Drivio | 18th Nov 23
The new Honda CB350 gets mild design tweaks over the H'ness 350 while retaining its engine, suspension, brakes, and tyres.
- The CB350 gets the same single-cylinder, air-cooled, 348.36cc engine, producing 20.8 bhp and 29.4 Nm.
- The new CB350 comes in two variants – DLX and DLX Pro, with prices starting at Rs 2.00 lakh.
- It is the third model under Honda’s CB range of neo-retro roadsters.
Strengthening its rivalry with the Royal Enfield Classic 350, Honda has launched a third model under the CB brand. Named simply CB350, this new neo-retro roadster is based on the H’ness CB350, with mild styling revisions while retaining the mechanical setup of the latter.
Compared to the H’ness CB350, the new Honda CB350 receives a few mild changes to its visual appeal, such as shrouds for the front forks, a longer peashooter muffler, more rounded rear fender with metallic supports.
|Engine||Four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 348.36cc|
|Maximum power||20.8 bhp|
|Maximum torque||29.4 Nm|
|Rear suspension||Twin hydraulic coil springs|
Honda CB350 Price
The Honda CB350 has been launched in two variants – DLX (Rs 2.00 lakh – ex-showroom) and DLX Pro (Rs 2.18 lakh– ex-showroom). Both the variants come equipped with alloy wheels, LED lights all around, a part-digital instrument console, traction control and an assist and slipper clutch.
Honda CB350 Features &Colours
The Honda CB350 DLX variant gets added features like the Honda Smartphone Voice Control System, chrome finish over the headlight, body colour for fenders and brown seats. The colour options offered in the CB350 are Pearl Igneous Black, Mat Marshall-Green Metallic, Mat Dune Brown, Mat Crust Metallic and Precious Red Metallic.