Honda CB350 H'ness Motorcycle.

7:34 AM 6/10/2021


Honda CB350 Price.
India DLX: Rs 189,900/-
DLXPro: Rs 195,900/-

CB350RS Monotone: Rs 196,000/-
Dualtone Price: Rs 198,000/-

Honda CB350 H'ness Motorcycle is now available in India as DLX and DLXPro. This macho looking bike is coming in 3 colors where DLX is available in single tone and DLXPro is marketed in dual tone color. The bike is provided with single cylinder, air-cooled 348cc BS-VI engine. It got 5 gears with the assist and a slipper clutch for easy shifting for up and down shift. CB350 makes a maximum power output of 20.8 bhp at 5,500 RPM. The machine makes a Maximum Torque of 22 ft/lb @ 3,000 RPM. It is provided with double cradle steel frame. Front suspension is conventional telescopic forks and in the tear there is dual spring shock absorber. Front is provided with single 310mm disc and the rear wheel is provided with 240mm disc. In India this CB 350 is standing against popular Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycle, the Jawa Classic and the Benelli Imperiale 400 motorcycles in the 350cc sector.

In the meantime on 16th February 2021, Honda India has announced the New Honda CB350RS a Scrambler with Black theme. All of its configurations are same like Honda CB350 H'ness. This Tourer is priced at Rs 196,000/-+ in India. Honda CB350RS Motorcycle. This is the sibling of the Honda H'ness CB350 motorcycle. The only main difference is that the model RS got smaller rear wheel and fatter tyre. The model comes in black color. Also it don't have the heel gear shifter that is available in the H'ness.
Honda CB350RS Monotone Price: Rs.196,000/-
CB350RS Dualtone Price: Rs.198,000/-

Due to Sri Lanka Government's recent announcement as NO motorbike with 250cc or more will be allowed to register with Motor Traffic Department. So the Honda CB350 can't be sold in Sri Lanka. Let's wait and see whether this bike will be sold here with some exceptions. Meanwhile within the last 20 days Honda has sold more than 1,000 CB350 motorcycle deliveries in India.

Honda CB350 H'ness Features.

  • Roaring exhaust note
  • Engine Start stop switch.
  • Side stand ON -Engine cut off switch
  • Honda Smartphone Voice Control system (HSVCS)
  • Selectable Torque Control (HSTC)
  • Assist and slipper clutch
  • Real time mileage
  • Distance to Empty
  • Full LED Headlamp and Tail lamp
  • Dual channel ABS
  • Battery Voltage Meter
  • Gear position indicator

    Honda CB350 H'ness Specifications.

  • Engine: 4 Stroke, SI Engine
  • Displacement: 348.36cc
  • Maximum Power: 15.5kW @ 5500 rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 30N-m @ 3000 rpm
  • Fuel System: PGM-FI (Fuel Injection)
  • Bore x Stroke: 70 x 90.5mm
  • Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
  • Starting Method: Self Start
  • Clutch Type: Multiplate Wet Clutch
  • No. of Gears: 5 Gears
  • Length: 2163 mm
  • Width: 800 mm

  • Height: 1107 mm
  • Wheel Base: 1441 mm
  • Ground Clearance: 166 mm
  • Kerb Weight: 181 Kg
  • Seat Height: 800 mm
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 15 L
  • Frame: Half Duplex Cradle
  • Front Suspension: Telescopic
  • Rear Suspension: Twin - Hydraulic
  • Braking System: Dual Channel ABS
  • Front Tyre: 100/90-19M/C 57H
  • Rear Tyre: 130/70-18M/C 63H
  • Front Brake: Disc Brake 310mm
  • Rear Brake: Disc Brake 240mm
  • Battery: 12 V, 6.0 Ah
  • Headlamp: LED, DC current

  • Available Colors.

  • Precious Red Metallic
  • Matte Marshal Green Metallic
  • Pearl Night Star Black

Honda CB350 H'ness  Motorcycle

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Honda CB350 H'ness Price and configuration may change without prior notice.

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