Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer Honda recently launched its new bike, the H’ness CB 350. This powerful bike has received great feedback from customers and the company has sold over 10,000 units. The company will now launch the scrambler model of the bike tomorrow. The company has named it the CB 350 RS.
In fact, Royal Enfield has been ruling the 350cc segment of the Indian market ever since. Now Honda has also entered the segment and is preparing to capture the market with its new bikes. The company will sell its upcoming bike through the Bigwing dealership, where the company will sell its premium bikes.
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Like the new bike, it is similar to the current model CB350. As such, the platform and engine mechanism of both bikes are the same. The company is using a 348.36cc capacity single cylinder air cooled engine that produces 21Hp of power and 30Nm of torque. It has a 5-speed transmission gearbox.
As a feature, the bike will be equipped with LED headlamps, tail lamps and indicators, alloy wheels, up-sweep exhaust system, 15-liter fuel tank. Disk Brake Dual Channel Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) will be offered as standard on its separate and rear wheels.
Like the H’ness CB350, this bike also features some features including the Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), Semi Digital Instrument Console, Bluetooth Connectivity, Hazard Lighting, Telescopic Fork, Shock Observer Suspension, Single Seat. Included. Although it is difficult to say anything about its price before launch, it is believed that its price could be kept at Rs 2.1 lakh.