Honda Motorcycle and Scooter will raise the pricing of the H'Ness CB 350 next month (April'21). The retro classic offering from the Japanese two-wheeler maker will become dearer by ₹5,000, suggest dealer sources. The company is yet to roll out an official announcement regarding the price hike.
Currently, the pricing of the bike starts from ₹1,86,500 for the DLX trim and extends up to ₹1,92,500 for the higher-spec DLX Pro trim. Both prices are ex-showroom. This might not be a big surprise since the company is considering joining the list of other automakers including Hero MotoCorp who will be raising prices across the portfolio in April.
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The H'Ness CB 350 sources power from a 348.6cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which delivers 20.78bhp of maximum power and 30Nm of peak torque. The transmission is a five-speed manual unit. It tips the scales at 181 kg and accommodates 15-litre of fuel at once.
Honda has given it a combo of 19-18-inch alloy wheels. It comes suspended on telescopic front forks and dual shock absorbers, while the stopping power is delivered with the use of dual disc brakes and dual-channel ABS. Some of the key features on the bike include full-LED lighting, semi-digital console, Bluetooth connectivity, traction control, and a slipper clutch.
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It rivals the likes of bikes such as Royal Enfield Meteor 350 and Jawa Standard. There is also a CB 350 RS present, but that's costlier by around ₹6,000.