Honda H’ness CB350 bookings open, deliveries to start from October 17
Honda announced the bookings for the new Honda H’ness CB350 has commenced at a price of Rs 5,000 with deliveries set to begin from October 17, 2020 which also marks the start of festive season in India.
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Pratik Rakshit
Pratik Rakshit
New Delhi
September 30, 2020UPDATED: September 30, 2020 20:45 IST
Honda H’Ness CB350
The new Honda H’Ness CB350 will be available in two variants- H’Ness CB350 DLX and H’Ness CB350 DLX Pro.
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The new Honda H’ness CB350 is available in two variants- H’Ness CB350 DLX and H’Ness CB350 DLX Pro.
Honda H’ness CB350 can be booked at an initial token amount of Rs 5,000.
Deliveries for the new Honda H’ness CB350 will start from October 17, 2020.
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) revealed its all new 350cc motorcycle, the all new Honda H’ness CB350 at a starting price of Rs 1.90 lakh (ex showroom, India). The new H’ness CB350 will take on the likes of the Royal Enfield Classic 350, Jawa & Jawa 42 and the Benelli Imperiale 400 in the market. The company also announced that the bookings for the new Honda H’ness CB350 has commenced at a price of Rs 5,000 with deliveries set to begin from October 17, 2020 which also marks the start of festive season in India. Available in two variants- H’ness CB350 DLX and H’ness CB350 DLX Pro, however the company has only revealed the starting price as the official price announcement is slated for a later date, possibly closer to the start of the deliveries.

The new motorcycle will come in two variants- H’Ness CB350 DLX and H’Ness CB350 DLX Pro.
The Honda H’ness CB350 is powered by a 350cc, air-cooled 4 stroke OHC single-cylinder long-stroke engine equipped with PGM-FI technology. It delivers a max torque of 30Nm@3,000rpm and 20.78bhp@5,500rpm. The engine features a main shaft coaxial balancer placed on the cylinder which eliminates both primary and secondary vibrations. The engine uses offset cylinder position that reduces the sliding friction and asymmetrical connecting rod ensures minimum energy loss while combustion.

The new Honda H’ness CB350 comes with features like round LED headlamp.
The new Honda H’ness CB350 comes with features like round LED headlamp, LED taillamp, digital-analogue instrument cluster and blacked-out engine. The motorcycle is also equipped with Honda Smartphone Voice Control, Honda Selectable Torque Control, assist and slipper clutch, alloy wheels, a single disc each at the front (310mm) and rear (240mm), and dual-channel ABS. It gets Bluetooth-connectivity as well.

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The motorcycle is also equipped with Honda Smartphone Voice Control.
The new Honda H’ness CB350 takes its design inspiration from the Honda CB350 of the 1960s and 1970s. Honda has also equipped the new Honda H’Ness CB350 with dual-tone paint schemes, dual horn, Honda Smartphone Voice Control System, LED lighting, dual-channel anti-lock braking system (ABS) and Honda Selectable Torque Control as standard feature on both the DLX and DLX Pro variants.

The new Honda H’Ness CB350 takes its design inspiration from the Honda CB350 of the 1960s and 1970s.
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