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Honda HNess CB350 Received Another Price Hike

Launched in September 2020, the Honda H'Ness CB350 has received its second price hike. Compared to the last price revision, the recent price jump is quite steeper, receiving an increment of as much as Rs 3,405 against the previous hike ranged between Rs 1,500 to Rs 2,500. Here’s how much you will have to pay now for the Highness CB350: – 

honda hness cb350 price

Honda H’Ness CB350 Variants

Old Price

New Price

Difference

DLX

Rs 1,86,500

Rs 1,89,905

+Rs 3,405

DLX Pro

Rs 1,92,500

Rs 1,95,905

+Rs 3,405

While Honda hasn't shared any specific reason for the price updation, this may be just to counterbalance the increased commodity rates. With this, the price difference between the Honda Highness CB350 and Royal Enfield Meteor 350 has become narrower. Here's how the CB350 now fares against the RE's shooting star: – 

Honda H’Ness CB350 Variants

Price

RE Meteor 350 Variants

Price

Difference

Fireball

Rs 1,84,319

Rs 5,586 (CB350's base trim is more expensive)

DLX

Rs 1,89,905

Stellar 

Rs 1,90,079

Rs 1,74 (Meteor 350 more expensive)

DLX Pro

Rs 1,95,905

Supernova 

Rs 1,99,679

Rs 3,774 (top-spec CB350 DLX Pro more affordable)

As the above table indicates, there is still a huge price difference between the entry-level variants of both these cruiser motorcycles. However, if we compare the Highness with the mid & top-spec variants of Meteor 350, the Honda's retro comes as a more affordable option. Also, its higher-spec DLX Pro trim offers more features over the Meteor's Supernova variant such as call/SMS alerts, all LED lighting system, assist & slipper clutch, side stand indication with engine cut-off, hazard lamp, traction control (selectable torque control), and much more. But the only downside that the Hness CB350 is sold only by Honda's premium Big Wing dealerships, which are not available in small towns & cities. 

honda hness cb350 dlx pro

Except for price revision, no other changes have been made to the bike. The Hness will continue to be powered by a 348.36cc, fuel-injected, single-cylinder, air-cooled, OHC petrol engine that comes paired with a 5-speed transmission and develops 21PS and 30Nm.  

*All prices, ex-showroom Delhi. 

Honda H'Ness CB350 Video Review: –