With the first price hike since its launch in 2020, the Honda CB350 H’ness becomes dearer to its customers. The pricing is now very close to the monotone variant of the Honda CB350 RS
Honda CB350 H’ness has received its first price hike since its launch in India in September 2020. Similarly, the CB350 RS gets a minor price revision and the sticker price has seen a bump of Rs 6. The CB350 H’ness that is available in two variants – DLX and DLX Pro – has seen a price hike of Rs 3,405. The DLX variant is now priced at Rs 1,89,905, whereas the DLX Pro variant now costs Rs 1,95,905. The top-spec DLX Pro variant of the CB350 H’ness is priced closer to the CB350 RS that starts at Rs 1,96,006. All the aforementioned prices are ex-showroom.
The Honda CB350 H’ness remains the same mechanically, as well as cosmetically. The engine still continues with its 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine. The power at disposal is the same 20.5bhp and 30Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox. The features include a semi-digital instrument cluster, Honda Selectable Torque Control, assist, and slipper clutch. The CB350 also features Bluetooth connectivity that lets the rider sync his/her smartphone to the instrument cluster to access more features. The key rivals of the Honda CB350 H’ness are the Royal Enfield Meteor and Classic 350, Jawa, Jawa 42, and the Benelli Imperiale 400.