Ready to Roar: Honda's CB350 launch in India, Ready to Rival RE Classic 350

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Ready to Roar: Honda's CB350 launch in India, Ready to Rival RE Classic 350 (image:
Ready to Roar: Honda's CB350 launch in India, Ready to Rival RE Classic 350 (image:

Delhi : The all-new CB350 vintage motorbike was introduced on the Indian market today by Honda motorbike & Scooter India (HMSI) and is priced as low as Rs 1.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The motorbike is priced at Rs 1,99,900 for the DLX variant and Rs 2,17,800 for the DLX Pro variant (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi). The brand-new Honda CB350 is available for reservation at your local BigWing store, and deliveries are scheduled to start shortly. For the 2023 Honda CB350 motorbike, HMSI is also providing a 10-year warranty package (3 years standard + 7 years optional).

Features of the brand-new Honda CB350

An assist and slipper clutch, a digital-analogue instrument cluster with a heritage-inspired design with a Honda Smartphone Voice Control system (HSVCS) and a Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) system are features of the new Honda CB350 vintage motorbike. Additionally, according to HMSI, it has an emergency stop signal function that flashes hazard lamps to alert oncoming motorists to rapid braking. Stability and road grip are enhanced in various road conditions with the large, 18-inch, 130-section rear tire.

Design of the New Honda CB350

The all-new CB350 has a powerful petrol tank and LED illumination throughout, including LED winkers, an LED tail light, and a circular headlight. The vintage motorbike has split seats, metallic front fork covers, and metal fenders.

Color choices for the brand-new Honda CB350

The new CB350 is available from HMSI in matte and shiny color variants. Matte Crust Metallic, Matte Marshal Green Metallic, Pearl Igneous Black, Precious Red Metallic, and Matte Dune Brown are among the colors on the list.

Braking and suspension on the brand-new Honda CB350

Large-section telescopic front forks and a pressurized nitrogen-charged rear suspension are features of the brand-new Honda CB350. The motorcycle's front 310mm disc and rear 240mm disc are responsible for stopping the vehicle. Dual-channel ABS is also included as standard.

Engine specifications of the new Honda CB350

The core of the new Honda CB350 is a 4 stroke, air-cooled, PGM-FI engine that is 348.36cc in displacement and complies with BSVI and OBD II standards. When combined with a 5-speed gearbox, it produces 21 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 29.4 Nm of torque at 3,000 rpm.