New Honda CB350: Honda Motor has launched its new retro style bike CB350 in the Indian market. The bike is from the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Honda and will be based on the 350 cc segment. Along with this, this bike is going to look very much inspired from your Honda Hness350 and Hness350R.
Currently the sales of retro style bikes are very high in the Indian market and keeping this in mind the company has launched the Honda CB350 in the Indian market. It has been brought to compete with the Royal Enfield Classic 350.
New Honda CB350 Price in India
The price of Honda CB350 in the Indian market starts from Rs 1.99 lakh to Rs 2.17 lakh on-road, Delhi.
New Honda CB350 Style
The design of the new Honda CB350 is old school. However, it is offered with a full circular LED headlight unit. Along with this, it also comes with a number of color options, including Precious Red Metallic, Pearl Igneous Black, Matte Crest Metallic, Matte Marshall Green Metallic and Matte Devon Brown.
It has brown leather seats in all color options except the black option, which uses body-color seat covers. Also we see the use of setting in several places. And it looks somewhat similar to the Royal Enfield Classic 350.
New Honda CB350 engine
Powering the bike, a 348.36 cc air-cooled engine is used which produces 21.07 bhp at 5500 rpm and 29.4 Nm of torque at 3000 rpm. This engine comes with a five-speed manual transmission. However, there is no information about its top speed and mileage yet. But looking at us, information about this will also come out very soon.
New Honda CB350 Features List
The Honda CB 350 is offered in two variants. In the top variant, you get a semi-digital instrument cluster with smartphone connectivity and voice control. With smartphone connectivity, you can receive call alerts, SMS alerts and email alerts on your mobile right on the bike. Apart from this, diversion facility is also available through train navigation system. The bike comes standard with traction control system and dual-channel ABS with slip and assist clutch for optimum safety.
|Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)||DLX: Rs 1,99,900-DLX Pro: Rs 1,17,800|
|Variables||DLX, DLX Pro|
|Color options||Precious Red Metallic, Pearl Igneous Black, Matte Crest Metallic, Matte Marshall Green Metallic, Matte Devon Brown|
|Design features||Retro-looking metal fenders, chromed P-shooter exhaust, tank grips, metal sleeves for forks|
|Lighting||All LED lighting|
|Instrument cluster||Semi-digital with smartphone connectivity and voice control|
|Safety features||Dual channel ABS, basic traction control system, slip and assist clutch|
|engine||349cc air cooled, counter balance engine|
|power||21.07PS at 5500rpm|
|Torque||29.4Nm at 3000rpm|
|Suspension||Telescopic forks, preload adjustable rear shock absorbers|
|Brake||Front: 310 mm disc
Rear: 240 mm disc
|Wheels and tires||18-inch alloy wheels, 100-section front, 130-section rear MRF Nylogrip Zapper tires|
|Rivals||Royal Enfield Bullet 350, Royal Enfield Hunter 350, Royal Enfield Classic 350, Standard Jawa, TVS Ronin|
New Honda CB350 suspension and brakes
The suspension setup is done with a telescopic fork and preload adjustable monoshock suspension setup. For excellent braking, it is powered with 310mm front and 240mm disc brakes. The bike has 18-inch wheels on both the front and rear sides.
New Honda CB350 Rival
Honda. CB350 competes against Royal Enfield Classic 350, Bullet 350, Hunter 350, Jawa 350 and TVS Ronin in the Indian market.