Updated On: 16 July 2021 Shakti Nath Jha
Honda Two-wheelers India launched the all-new Honda H'ness CB 350 in India in September last year. The motorcycle became instantly popular in the sub-350cc retro classic segment in India which is highly dominated by Royal Enfield. Then, buoyed by the phenomenal response of the H'ness CB 350, the company also launched the CB 350 RS and now the prices of both these motorcycles have been hiked again. In this article, we have shared with you the New Price List of the Honda H'ness CB 350 and the CB 350 RS.
|Honda H'ness CB 350 Variants||New July'21 Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)||May'21 Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)||Price Difference|
|Deluxe||Rs. 1,90,245||Rs. 1,89,896||Rs. 349|
|Deluxe Pro||Rs. 1,96,254||Rs. 1,95,905||Rs. 349|
|Honda CB 350 RS Variants||New July'21 Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)||May'21 Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)||Price Difference|
|Single-Tone||Rs. 1,96,344||Rs. 1,96,006||Rs. 338|
|Dual-Tone||Rs. 1,98,344||Rs. 1,98,006||Rs. 338|
So, as you can see in the above tables, the new Honda H'ness CB 350 and the CB 350 RS have received a nominal price hike. The company has increased the price of the Honda CB 350 RS for the first time ever since its launch in February this year. However, it needs to be mentioned that this is the third price revision for the H'ness CB 350 and the motorcycle received a massive price hike in May this year. That being said, the Honda CB 350 series now costs more than the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 which also received a price hike recently. You can check the latest price of the Meteor by clicking HERE.
The all-new Honda H'ness CB 350 and the Honda CB 350 RS are powered by the same engine. Both of them get a BS6 compliant 348.3cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine. This new BS6 motor churns out 21.07 PS of maximum power at 5500 RPM and 30 Nm of peak torque at 3000 RPM. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Both these motorcycles are based on the same half-duplex cradle frame. They get telescopic forks at the front and dual spring-loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear.
The braking duties on these retro motorcycles are performed by disc brakes at either end and they get dual-channel ABS as standard as an additional safety aid. In case you wanna know, what are the differences between the Honda H'ness CB 350 and the CB 350 RS, you can click HERE. What are your thoughts on the new price of the Honda H'ness CB 350 series? Do feel free to share your thoughts with all of us in the comments section below. You can also join our 91Wheels Auto Enthusiast Telegram group (click via mobile to join) curated exclusively for the fans, enthusiasts and owners. Further, also subscribe to our YouTube channel for more such amazing motoring updates.
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