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Honda CB350 Launched At Rs 2 Lakh – Royal Enfield Classic 350-rival

After teasing it for several days, Honda 2-wheelers has finally launched its new neo-retro 350cc motorcycle in India called the “CB350.” Priced from Rs 2 lakh (ex-showroom), it is the most affordable 350cc Honda bike, making it Rs 9957 cheaper than the base-spec H’Ness.

Honda offers the CB350 in two variants: DLX and DLX Pro.

Honda CB350Ex-Showroom Delhi Price
DLXRs 1,99,900
DLX ProRs 2,17,800
2023 Honda CB350 Price List

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Honda CB350 Design, Underpinnings and Features

Sharing its underpinnings with the H’Ness, the CB350 closely resembles the Royal Enfield Classic 350. Adopting a true retro appeal, the bike features a shrouded telescopic fork, chrome-finished peashooter exhaust, full-length metal fenders on both ends and a monotone colour scheme devoid of any fancy elements. All will remind you the RE Classic 350, which is somewhat disappointing, as the design doesn’t appear to be entirely original.

Regarding underpinnings, the CB350 features a telescopic fork, twin preload-adjustable rear shock absorbers, 310mm front & 240mm rear discs, and 18-inch alloys with MRF Nylogrip Zappers.

Honda CB350 features

When it comes to features, the bike gets an all-LED lighting system, traction control, dual-channel ABS, assist-&-slipper clutch, and a semi-digital instrument cluster with Honda Smartphone Voice Control System (HSVCS). However, it’s worth noting that the HSVCS and traction control system are restricted to the DLX Pro variant. Honda also offers a wide range of accessories with the CB350 to enhance its overall appeal and practically.

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Powering the CB350 is the same 349cc, counterbalanced air-cooled engine as the H’Ness CB350, which makes 21.07PS at 5500 rpm and 29.4Nm at 3,000 rpm. It comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox with an assist-&-slipper clutch to reduce clutch operations and prevent rear wheel hopping.

Honda claims that the bike will produce low-pitched thump, something RE-lovers admire the most.

Honda CB350 colours

Colour Options

Buyers can choose the Honda CB350 from five different colours: –

  • Pearl Igneous Black
  • Mat Marshal Green Metallic
  • Mat Crust Metallic
  • Mat Dune Brown
  • Precious Red Metallic