After Android Auto, Honda H'Ness now launched with iOS compatibility
- Honda 2Wheelers India has launched the iOS integration for its Honda Smartphone Voice Command system on its HNess CB350 motorcycle.
Honda 2Wheelers India has launched the iOS integration for its Honda Smartphone Voice Command system on its HNess CB350, the same was previously only available with Android Auto system. The company's Honda Smartphone Voice Command system functions by connecting to a smartphone via Bluetooth and shows calls, messages, and navigation information. However, this feature is only available on the bike's higher-spec DLX Pro and Anniversary Edition trims. While the DLX Pro has been priced at ₹2,03,179, the Anniversary Edition costs ₹2,05,679 (both ex-showroom, Delhi).
Apart from the new iOS compatibility integration, the rest of the details on the motorcycle remain unchanged. It continues to sport the same set of features such as full-LED lighting, Honda Selectable Torque Control, assist and slipper clutch, a semi-digital instrument cluster, side-stand with engine inhibitor, and a dual-channel ABS.
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At the heart of the motorcycle sits a 348.3cc, single-cylinder engine that is responsible for delivering 21bhp of power at 5,500rpm and peak torque of 30Nm at 3,000rpm. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The hardware kit on the motorcycle includes telescopic front forks, twin rear springs, and disc brakes on both wheels.
Meanwhile, Honda has rolled out a fresh price hike on its popular Activa 125 and the Activa 6G scooters. Both the scooters have become expensive in the range of ₹500 to ₹1,000. And the latest price rejig comes into effect starting from April 1st. While the Honda Activa 6G range now starts from ₹71,432 onwards, the Activa 125 is now listed from ₹74,989 onwards. (Both price ex-showroom, Delhi)