Honda CB350 : The country’s leading two wheeler company Honda has now launched its new 350cc bike. This bike is quite amazing and you will get to see amazing features in it. Today, Honda company has announced the official launch of Honda CB350 in the Indian market. Its name has been kept very simple and no words like Highness or RS etc. have been added to it.
You must be aware that 80% of this segment is occupied by Royal Enfield in the Indian market. But now Honda has tried to compete with it by launching its new CB350. The company has launched it in two variants.
Let us tell you that the ex-showroom price of its base model Honda CB350 Deluxe is Rs 1,99,900, while the ex-showroom price of its Deluxe Pro model has been fixed at Rs 2,17,800. You can book it through Bingwing dealership and the company will start its delivery very soon.
What are its features
The company has given it a new retro model look, which is quite different from the previous models of the company. Along with this, you have been given muscular fuel tank, stylish all-LED lighting system, round-shaped LED headlamp, LED winkers and LED tail lamp. It has been introduced in 5 color options with retro classical look. In these you will get Precious Red Metallic, Pearl Igneous Black, Matte Crust Metallic, Matte Marshall Green Metallic and Matte Dune Brown colors.
Engine and Performance
You have been given a 348.36cc single cylinder engine in Honda CB350 which is capable of generating 20.8bhp power at 5500rpm and 29.4 NM peak torque at 3000rpm. Along with 5 speed gearbox, you are also given slip and assistant clutch in it. The company has tried to give better thump to the exhaust note (sound of the silencer) of the bike.
You will get these special features
You get many features in the Deluxe Pro of Honda CB350 including Smartphone Voice Control System (HSVCS) with Bluetooth connectivity, Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC, which is basically traction control), dual-channel ABS, 18-inch wheels. . Apart from this, you also get to see features like LED lighting, semi-digital instrumentation, double layer exhaust in it.
Competes with Classic 350
Honda CB350 bike will compete directly with Royal Enfield Classic 350 in the Indian market. But it remains to be seen to what extent this Honda bike can compete with the Classic 350. The price of Royal Enfield Classic 350 starts from Rs 1.93 lakh to Rs 2.25 lakh for the top variant. The engine output of both of them is almost equal.