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Honda H’ness CB350 deliveries cross 1,000 units in 20 days

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Honda Motorcycle & Scooters PVT LTD has announced that the brand has completed deliveries of the first 1000 Honda H’ness CB350 in the Indian market. The feat has been achieved in just 20 days since the brand commenced deliveries showing admiration for the modern-classic motorcycle. The company has also revealed that the demand for the Honda H’ness CB350 has expanded to Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities as well.

The Honda H’ness CB350 was unveiled to the global market in the month of September and the modern-classic motorcycle with its roots from the brand’s legendary CB series of the 1970s is offered with 9 patent application and 5 best-in-segment features. The H’ness CB350 features full-LED lighting, disc brakes on both the wheels, an analogue digital instruments cluster, contemporary and easy to use switchgear, Honda traction control and Honda Smartphone Voice Control System etc. 

The Honda H’ness CB350 is powered by a BS6 compliant 348.36cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled long-stroke engine that produces 20.8 Bhp of power but the CB350 churns out a stronger 30 Nm of torque matched to a 5-speed transmission with slipper & assist clutch. The CB350 features a half-duplex cradle chassis that rides on conventional front fork suspension and twin hydraulic with coil spring assist shock absorbers on the rear. The stopping power comes from a 310 mm single hydraulic disc on the front and a single 240 mm disc at the rear equipped with a dual-channel ABS. 

The Honda H’ness CB350 is offered in two variants – DLX & DLX Pro and comes in three monotone colour options on the DLX and dual-tone colour options on the DLX Pro on the variant. The Honda H’ness CB350 is priced at INR 1.85 lakh ex-showroom for the DLX and INR 1.90 lakh ex-showroom for the DLX Pro trim. 

The brand also announced earlier that it will be expanding the BigWing Topline network to 2 new cities of Mumbai & Bengaluru where the brand retails its premium range of motorcycles including the H’ness CB350.