2023 Honda H’ness CB350, CB350RS launched in India: All you need to know about

New Delhi: Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has launched its on-board diagnostic i.e. OBD2B compliant 2023 H’ness CB350 and CB350RS bikes in the country. The delivery of this bike to the customers through the company’s BigWing dealership will start by the end of this month. The company has kept the ex-showroom price of the new 2023 Honda CB350 at Rs 2,09,857 and the ex-showroom price of 2023 Honda CB350RS at Rs 2,14,856.

‘My CB, My Way’ customization section

Along with the launch of these bikes, the company has also introduced a new customization section – ‘My CB, My Way’ for CB350 customers. This genuine accessories custom kit from the company will be available at BigWing dealerships by the end of this month. It has a 350cc air-cooled 4 stroke OHC single-cylinder OBD2B compliant engine, equipped with G PGM-FI technology, this engine generates torque of 305 Nm.

What’s new?

Honda has installed main shaft coaxial balancer on the cylinders in this bike, due to which vibration is not felt. To balance the bold low-pitched sound, the CB350’s exhaust system gets a massive 45 mm tailpipe. The new motorcycle also gets Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), which detects the difference between front and rear wheel speeds to help maintain rear wheel traction, calculates slip ratio and adjusts fuel injection via fuel injection. Controls the torque of the engine. A switch is provided on the left side of this meter using which the HSTC can be switched ON or OFF.

How are the features?

The new Honda CB350 and the new CB350RS DLX Pro variants are now equipped with Honda’s Smartphone Voice Control System (HSVCS). The user can connect his smartphone with the motorcycle via Bluetooth via the HSVCS application. In this, users can control many features including phone calls, navigation, music playback and messages.

The bike also gets assist and slipper clutch, which makes gear shifts lighter while reducing the clutch lever operation load. It gets detailing like advanced digital-analog meter torque control, ABS, side stand indicator with engine inhibitor, gear position indicator and battery voltage. It also gets a new Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), which gives an instant warning to the vehicles coming behind in case of sudden braking. The motorcycle gets 310mm front disc and 240mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS. The 2023 Honda H’ness CB350 also gets a new split seat as standard.

Competes with Royal Enfield Hunter 350

This bike competes with Royal Enfield’s Hunter 350, in which a 349.33cc BS6 engine is available. Its initial ex-showroom price is Rs. 1.5 lakhs.

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