Honda is the world’s largest maker of two-wheelers. With the products like Honda Activa, Honda Shine etc, Honda automakers have always pleased and satisfied their customers with their sound and well-built vehicles. Honda CB350 is another feather in their cap and this article gives you all the details about it.
Honda CB350 – Undeciphered
Honda bikes are known for their performance, reliability and technology. Everyone has seen the power and legacy of the brand CB. The Honda H’ness CB 350 has carried over that legacy in terms of charm and world-class advanced features. Here are all the things you must know about CB350.
It comes with many first-in-segment features like
- Honda Smartphone Voice Control system(HSVCS).
- Honda Selectable Torque Control(HSTC)
- Honda road sync companion app connects you to HSVC of CB 350
- Assist and slipper clutch
- Real time mileage
The assist and slipper clutch needs less load as compared to the regular ones. When downshifting unpleasant shocks are reduced by the slipper clutch, thereby giving a pleasant ride experience.
CB 350 is also equipped with dual channel ABS – 310mm front disc brake plus a 240mm rear disc brake. It prevents the locking of wheels when emergency brakes are applied. This in turn gives the rider some time to balance the bike and control the situation.
Honda CB350 is expected to be powered by 348.36cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected engine. This engine would be BS6-compliant. It will have a 5-speed transmission and
- Power – 21PS at 5500rpm
- Torque – 30Nm at 3000rpm
- Acceleration – 0-60km/h in 4.73sec and 0-80km/h in 13.50sec
Mileage and Price
The Honda CB 350 have an average of 45.8km/l. This is higher than the Royal Enfield’s average of 41.6km/l. Its three variants and their price are listed in the table below
|CB350 DLX348.36 cc||Rs.1,98,179 Get On Road Price|
|CB350 DLX Pro348.36 cc||Rs.2,03,179 Get On Road Price|
|CB350 Anniversary Edition348.36 cc||Rs.2,05,679 Get On Road|
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