New Honda CB350: Honda Motor has introduced the cb350, a new retro-style motorcycle, to the Indian market. The bike is made by the Japanese company Honda and will have a 350 cc engine. Furthermore, the design of this bike will be greatly influenced by the Honda Hness350 and Hness350R.
The company debuted the Honda CB 350 on the Indian market in light of the country’s significant sales of vintage motorcycles at the moment. It is intended to rival the Royal Enfield Classic 350.
New Honda CB350 Price in India
In Delhi, the Honda CB350’s on-road price ranges from Rs 1.99 lakh to Rs 2.17 lakh in India.
New Honda CB350 Style
The new Honda CB 350 maintains the traditional style of styling. Nonetheless, a complete circular LED headlight assembly is included with this. In addition, it has a wide range of color choices, including Matte Crust Metallic, Matte Marshal Green Metallic, Pearl Igneous Black, Precious Red Metallic, and Matte Dune Brown.
All color options have brown leather seats, with the exception of black, which has body-colored seat coverings. In addition, sequence is used in many other contexts. Additionally, it will resemble the Royal Enfield Classic 350 in several ways.
New Honda CB350 Engine
A 348.36 cc air-cooled engine that produces 21.07 horsepower at 5500 rpm and 29.4 Nm of torque at 3000 rpm is utilized to power the bike. This engine has a manual five-speed transmission. Regarding its maximum speed and mileage, however, nothing is known at this time. However, given our presence, details regarding this will also be made public shortly.
New Honda CB350 Features list
|Price (Ex-showroom, Delhi)||DLX: Rs 1,99,900-DLX Pro: Rs 1,17,800|
|Variants||DLX, DLX Pro|
|Color Options||Precious Red Metallic, Pearl Igneous Black, Matte Crust Metallic, Matte Marshal Green Metallic, Matte Dune Brown|
|Design Features||Retro-looking metal fenders, chromed pea-shooter exhaust, tank grips, metal sleeves for the fork|
|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, counterbalanced engine|
|Power||21.07PS at 5500rpm|
|Torque||29.4Nm at 3000rpm|
|Suspension||Telescopic fork, preload-adjustable rear shock absorbers|
|Brakes||Front: 310mm disc<br>Rear: 240mm 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|
There are two Honda CB 350 models available. Along with a semi-digital instrument cluster, the top model offers voice control and smartphone connectivity. While riding your bike, you may be informed about call, SMS, and email alerts that arrive on your phone thanks to smartphone connectivity. In addition, there is the option to use the train navigation system to turn. For outstanding safety, the bike has traction control and dual channel ABS with a slip and assist clutch as standard.
New Honda CB350 Suspension and Brakes
A pre-load adjustable monoshock suspension arrangement and telescopic fork are used in the suspension setup. It has disc brakes with 240mm and 310mm up front for superior stopping power. The bike’s front and rear wheels measure eighteen inches each.