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Honda Big Wing India has increased the prices of the H'Ness CB350 motorcycle in the country. The company has issued a price hike for the second time since its launch last year. At the time of launch, the prices for the CB350 started at Rs 1.85 lakh, ex-showroom (Gurugram).
The H'ness-CB350 is available in two variants - DLX & DLX Pro. In the latest price hike, the motorcycle's prices have increased by Rs 4,000 on each variant. After the price hike, the Honda H'Ness CB350 now retails at a starting price of Rs 1.90 lakh.
While the top-spec DLX Pro costs Rs 1.96 lakh. All prices mentioned are ex-showroom (Gurugram). After the latest price hike, the CB350 DLX Pro prices is the same as the CB350RS model recently launched in the country.
Speaking about the motorcycle iteself, the H'Ness CB350 is powered by a 348cc single-cylinder engine. It produces a maximum of 20.78bhp at 5,500rpm and a peak torque of 30Nm at 3,000rpm. The engine is come mated to a five-speed gearbox with a slip and assist clutch.
The motorcycle features a retro design with round-shaped LED headlamps, tail lamps and turn-signal indicators. It also features a large sculpted fuel tank with circular rear-view mirrors adding to the retro looks. Several trim pieces of the motorcycle are finished in chrome including the exhaust.
The H'Ness CB350 features a semi-digital instrument cluster offering a host of data to the rider. It also features the brand's first ‘Honda Smartphone Voice Control System' with Bluetooth technology for smartphone pairing. Honda has given the CB350 a segment-first switchable traction control system called the Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) function.
Suspension duties on the motorcycle are handled by telescopic units at the front and twin-shock units at the rear. Braking is done via disc brakes at both ends supported by a dual-channel ABS as standard. The motorcycle also features alloy wheels shod with tubeless tyres.
The difference between the DLX and the DLX Pro variants of the motorcycle includes paint schemes and the Voice Assist system offered by the company. Each variant is offered with three colour options: single-tone for DLX and dual-tone for DLX Pro.
Thoughts About The Honda H'Ness CB350 Prices Hiked Again In India
Honda H'Ness CB350 is the brand's entry-level premium offering in the country. The motorcycle has been well-received in the country and continues to rake up sales numbers for the brand. The Honda H'Ness CB350 rivals the Royal Enfield Meteor 350, the Benelli Imperiale 400 and the Jawa 300cc motorcycle in the country.