Honda Hness CB350 launched in Legacy Edition with new color at this price

Honda Hness CB350 launched in Legacy Edition with new color at this price

Honda Hness CB350 Legacy Edition: In an effort to keep up the excitement that its fans have shown for Honda, Honda Motor Corp. has introduced the Legacy Edition of its vintage product, the Honda Hness CB350. Its price in India has remained at Rs 2.6 lakh ex-showroom with this new variation. This costs 1,500 rupees more than the base model. The Legacy Edition of the Hness CB350 has a really lovely and appealing appearance.

Honda Hness CB350 launched in Legacy Edition with new color at this price
Honda Hness CB350 launched in Legacy Edition with new color at this price

Honda Hness CB350 Legacy Edition Style

The Honda Hness CB350 is available in a single Pearl Siren Blue color option with striking graphics when it launches as the Legacy Edition. The 1970s Hness CB350 served as an inspiration for its design. You will be drawn to it greatly because of the Legacy Edition badge on the side panel. There have been no alterations made to the motorcycle’s overall design other from these aesthetic additions. The retro-style seat and circular hand lamp are still present.

Honda Hness CB350 Specifications

There are three variations and eleven color options available, in addition to the Honda Hness CB350 Legacy Edition. Its top variant costs Rs 2.14 lakh ex-showroom, while its base price is Rs 2.09 lakh. The engine is a 348.36 cc BS6. This has two disc brakes and an anti-locking braking system available. This car weighs 181 kg in total. Additionally, it has a 15-liter gasoline tank.

Honda Hness CB350 launched in Legacy Edition with new color at this price
Honda Hness CB350 launched in Legacy Edition with new color at this price

Honda Hness CB350 Legacy Edition Features

FeatureDescription
Price (Ex-showroom)₹2.09-₹2.14 lakh
DesignRetro-inspired with bold graphics (Pearl Siren Blue color)
Engine348.36cc BS6 air-cooled engine
Power Output20.78 bhp
Torque30 Nm
Transmission5-speed manual
Instrument ClusterAnalog speedometer, semi-digital display
FeaturesGear position indicator, fuel gauge, service indicator, real-time clock, turn indicators, trip meter, tachometer, stand alert, Bluetooth connectivity, slipper clutch
BrakesDual disc brakes with single-channel ABS
SuspensionTelescopic forks (front), Dual shock absorbers (rear)
Wheels19-inch front, 18-inch rear
Fuel Tank Capacity15 liters
MileageApproximately 35 km/l
Seat Height800mm
Weight181 kg
CompetitionRoyal Enfield Hunter 350, Jawa 42

An analog speedometer and a semi-digital instrument cluster are included in the Hness CB350’s feature list. where readouts for the trip meter, tachometer, gear position, fuel gauge, service indication, real-time, turn indicator, and stand alert are displayed. In addition, the Legacy Edition of Honda now comes with the advantages of Slipper Clutch and Bluetooth Connectivity Assist thanks to the upgrade.

Honda Hness CB350 launched in Legacy Edition with new color at this price
Honda Hness CB350 launched in Legacy Edition with new color at this price

Honda Hness CB350 Engine

An air-cooled 348.36 cc BS6 compliant engine powers the Honda Hness CB350. The engine produces 30 nm of torque and 20.78 bhp of power when combined with a five-speed gearbox. Its suspension system consists of twin rear shocks and telescopic forks. It has disc brakes on both ends in addition to 19-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels. This is compatible with anti-lock braking systems and single channel ABS.

Honda Hness CB350 variants

S.NoPrice (ex-showroom)variants
1Hness CB350 DLX₹ 2,09,857
2Hness CB350 DLX Pro₹ 2,12,856
3Hness CB350 Legacy Edition₹ 2,16,356
4Hness CB350 DLX Pro Chrome₹ 2,14,856
Honda Hness CB350 launched in Legacy Edition with new color at this price
Honda Hness CB350 launched in Legacy Edition with new color at this price

Honda Hness CB350 Rivals

In terms of fuel efficiency, the Hness CB350 can provide up to 35 liters per kilometer of fuel. Its 800mm seat height. In the Indian market, the Honda Hness CB350, weighing 181 kg, is in competition with the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 and Jawa 42.

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