Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India have unveiled the information about the new H’ness CB350. The retro CB350 will retail at Rs 1.90 Lakh ex-showroom.
And the idea is to sell CB350 via Honda’s BigWing dealers.
Let’s take a look at what Honda has put it in the CB350. The CB350 will arrive in two variants DLX and DLX Pro.
Both these variants will get different paint schemes. The DLX will come in black, red and green.
However, on the other end, the DLX Pro will come with the mix of two tones like the silver with black, white with blue and black with grey.
You can see the chrome on multiple components like the exhaust, engine, bezel of the headlamp.
The CB350 is purely aligned to the retro style and can see the round headlights, a cool handlebar and cut fenders.
CB350 also comes with high-grade components like the single plane seat and the sharp-looking retro fuel tank.
LED headlamps and rear taillight look futuristic. The Bluetooth connectivity in the dash provides multiple attributes like the music, texts, calls and more.
The semi-digital dash helps rider by providing multiple inputs like the gear position indicator, fuel economy, battery meter.
And to add more the DLX Pro gets Smartphone voice control system from Honda.
The heart is a 348cc, air-cooled single-cylinder engine capable of having an output of 20 bhp at 5,400 rpm and 30 Nm torque at 3,000 rpm.
The electronic package includes the selectable torque control, hazard light, dual-channel ABS.
The entire package comes wrapped in the double-cradle steel frame.
The front and rear brakes are 310mm discs and 240 mm respectively. When it comes to shocks the CB350 arrives with a dual spring at rear and telescopic on the opposite end.
In this segment, we don’t see any retro in India, so its a brilliant move by Honda.
Here is the launch video.