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Honda H'ness CB350

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Rs. 1.96 - 2.03 Lakh Showroom Price: Delhi
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Honda H'ness CB350 Latest Updates

Honda has launched the H’Ness CB350 Anniversary Edition in India at Rs 2.03 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). This is Rs 2,000 more over the DLX Pro variant. To know what’s new in the bike, read our launch story.

The Honda H’ness CB350 has received its second price hike with the commencement of the new financial year. The price now starts at Rs 1.89 lakh, against the previous tag of Rs 1.86 lakh. No mechanical or cosmetic changes have been made to the H’ness CB350 for the bump in the asking amount

Honda had recalled several units of H'ness CB350 owning to a possible faulty transmission. The recall was applicable for motorcycles manufactured between 25th November 2020 and 12th December 2020. According to the brand, the issue lies with the different material grade used in the countershaft 4th gear of the transmission, which may become weak and possibly break upon extensive running/usage of the motorcycle. That said, according to Honda, there had been no reported case of any failure.

Honda H'ness CB350 Engine

We were teased first with the sound clip of the H’ness CB350 and instantly recognised that Honda was going to offer a single-cylinder thumper engine. The powerplant displaces 348cc, is air-cooled, fuel-injected and has a counterbalancer to minimise harsh vibrations that one usually associates with such a motor. 21PS at 5500rpm might not sound all that impressive but where it matters, this new Honda thumper delivers well, i.e. the torque. With peak torque rated at 30Nm, the CB350 is the torquiest motorcycle in the class. You only get a five-speed gearbox and not a six-speeder unit that could have improved its highway cruising credentials. There still is a slip-and-assist clutch present, which Honda claims is a segment first feature. You also get traction control, the most affordable bike in the country to get the riding aid. It is a nice bit to brag about but on a bike of its capabilities, it seems a bit unnecessary. Honda India has specially developed a new chassis from the ground-up for the H’ness CB350. It is a half duplex cradle, a hybrid of sorts between a single-downtube and a dual-cradle frame. Suspension duties are handled by a chunky telescopic fork and twin shocks. Alloy wheels come as standard as the CB350 runs on a 19-/18-inch front/rear setup. These alloys come shod with tubeless tyres, something which would not have been possible with spoke rims. There’s a large 310mm rotor to be found at the front with a Nissin twin-piston caliper acting on it. Also, a 240mm disc and a single-piston caliper are present on the rear wheel. Dual-channel ABS comes standard.

Honda H'ness CB350 Variants

There are two variants of the Hness CB350: DLX and DLX Pro. The distinguishing bits are that on the more premium variant, you get dual-tone colours, Bluetooth connectivity and a twin-horn setup. Prices for the DLX Pro model are yet to be revealed.

Honda H'ness CB350 Design

The H’ness CB350 follows in the same footsteps as the CB1100 EX and CB750, the small made-for-India roadster bearing the same CB silhouette. One can draw parallels to the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 as both are very representative of an early-1970s design. The large roundish tank is quite reminiscent of the CB1100. It also bears a bold Honda logo in the same yesteryears font. The round headlight, turn indicators and tail light bring out the retro flavour even further. And to add visual delight, certain colours of the bike also get brown leather seat covers. In total, there are six colours, three single tone schemes (Precious Red Metallic, Pearl Night Star Black and Matte Marshall Green Metallic) for the DLX model and three dual-tone options (Pearl Night Star Black with Spear Silver Metallic, Athletic Blue Metallic with Virtuous White and Matte Steel Black Metallic with Matte Massive Grey Metallic) for the DLX Pro trim.

Honda H'ness CB350 Features

Don’t let the old-school look deceive you, the Hness CB350 packs quite a lot of modern bits and bobs. For starters, all lighting systems are LEDs, no surprises there as Honda has been using this advanced lighting tech on almost all of its two-wheelers for quite some time now. Then there’s a semi-digital info cluster here as well. The digital inset is quite small but packs a lot of information such as two tripmeters, odometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, range indicator, average and real-time fuel efficiency indicator and clock. In case you opt for the DLX Pro model, you also unlock Bluetooth connectivity that enables turn-by-turn navigation, call/music control, etc. Another segment first feature is Honda Selectable Torque Control (Honda lingo for traction control).

Honda H'ness CB350 Competitors

The new Honda cruiser bike will be sold exclusively via Honda Big Wing dealerships. The Honda CB350 will compete against the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350, Meteor 350, Jawa and the Benelli Imperiale 400.

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Honda H'ness CB350 Price

The price of Honda H'ness CB350 starts at Rs. 1.96 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 2.03 Lakh. Honda H'ness CB350 is offered in 3 variants - DLX, DLX Pro and the top variant H'ness CB350 Anniversary Edition which comes at a price tag of Rs. 2.03 Lakh.
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348 cc . 45.8 kmpl
Rs. 1.96 Lakh
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Rs. 2.01 Lakh
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348 cc .
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What is good and bad in H'ness CB350?

  • H'ness CB350 Positives

    Marries old-school charm with modern sensibilities well, Has a prominent thumper exhaust note, Most affordable bike in India to get traction control.

  • H'ness CB350 Negatives

    Misses out on a six-speed transmission, There’s no tachometer, Only available at Honda’s premium Big Wing dealerships.

H'ness CB350 User Reviews

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  • Super se kahee upper, It’s a true retro bike.I like over all look, Love at first site.Trust on brand, Over a decade’s.

  • Its really amazing machine!! i'm very happy to riding the cb350 almost 18000 kms done, Still performance is not compromised anywhere, Great looking design, Engine is very smooth feels comfortable when riding, No vibrations.Best city bike and touring also i am really impressed of the honda smoothest engine and best refinement vibration is not feel in this bike on 130 km/ speed, Decent mileage city limit 35 and long ride i got 45 and above cons; heating issues, No silencer guard for pillion foot peck, Accessories cost is too high.

  • Amazing machine.So smooth to ride when compared to re.Also the gesture from honda bigwing service is also good.Overall nice torque, mileage and overall build quality.I have the anniversary addition so looks preety eye catching.I wish if honda could make seat lil soft and handle bar needs to rise as well.But great performance and i am pretty happy.

  • I tell you some negative points of honda hness cb350.It's led lights are good looking, But that''s all to it.In the nights it is of no use.It is white, But if there is some vehicle in the opposite direction.Nothing can be seen.If we talk about accessories, Some are there from honda, But essentials like mud flaps for rain, Bash plate for engine safety, Backrest for the pillion rider are not available.

  • This bike is not worth spending 2.5l. After buying this bike I am regretting why I didn’t buy RE classic. The first disappointment is they don’t just 2 service centres in Bangalore. The second part is the pickup and the speed. Performance-wise this bike is nowhere close to RE. The third part is comfort. The seats that come with the bike is pathetic in quality. They offer split seats which make you feel like re, They sell it in almost 5k including fitting charges and tax. Again, even that seat is not comfortable. Forth part is high speed. It hardly touches 120kmph and once you slow down, It takes decades to reach back to that speed. Overall, not worth spending 2.5l on this bike.

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Honda H'ness CB350 Colours

  • Night Star Black Night Star Black
  • Metal Marshal Green Metallic Metal Marshal Green Metallic
  • Pearl Night Star Black With Spear Silver Meta Pearl Night Star Black With Spear Silver Meta
  • Matte Steel Black Metallic With Matte Massive Matte Steel Black Metallic With Matte Massive
  • Athletic Blue Metallic With Virtuous White_42 Athletic Blue Metallic With Virtuous White_42
  • Precious Red Metallic Precious Red Metallic
  • Pearl Night Star Black Pearl Night Star Black
  • Matte Marshal Green Metallic Matte Marshal Green Metallic
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Honda H'ness CB350 Mileage

ARAI Claimed 45.8 kmpl
User Reported 35 kmpl

H'ness CB350 Videos

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Honda H'ness CB350 News Updates

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying H'ness CB350

Q. What are the accessories i get with CB 350pro
  • In general, the accessories offered with this bike are an engine guard, panniers, tank pad, split seats and side stand. etc. Moreover, every dealer provides different accessories for the bikes. So, we would suggest you have a word with the nearest authorized dealer of Honda in your city.
Q. Which variant of Hness CB350 is best to buy?
  • Honda Hness CB350 is available in 3 variants: Hness CB350 DLX, Hness CB350 DLX Pro, and Hness CB350 Anniversary Edition. Selecting one would depend on your personal preference of styling. Moreover, if you are looking for a comfortable, easy-to-handle bike that marries old-school charm and modern sensibilities well, you may go for Honda Hness CB350. The neutral riding position and excellent seat keep your body absolutely content. The H’ness does a fantastic job of masking its 181kg kerb weight, offering easy and neutral handling with minimal effort. We would suggest you take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and riding comfort. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
  • Trust me, I have pro, and it’s not worth. Seat, pickup, highest speed, all these things are pathetic. It’s not worth spending 2.5L
Q. Which is the best bike between, Hness CB 350 or 250 Adventure?
  • Also if you have any other bike suggestion let me know
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Q. Which is better Honda Hness 350 or RE Meteor 350? I want my bike for longer ride like 700kms and I have back pain issue too.
  • I have done couple of long rides on hness. Easy to do 400kms a day with split seats. Yet to take my meteor out on a long ride (will post once I get a chance to). But I must say short distance drive (50 kms) is more fun on meteor. Meteor has better gearing and gear changes are very smooth.
  • I have both , but Hness is more powerful bike get top end easily 130+ whereas Meteor slower than Hness.
  • Both are comfortable for long ride, meteor slight edge over Hness CB 350, over all hness is good.
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Q. Does honda cb350 looks like a big Splendor? Also confused between meteor and cb350!?
  • The H’ness CB350 follows in the same footsteps as the CB1100 EX and CB750, the small made-for-India roadster bearing the same CB silhouette. One can draw parallels to the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 as both are very representative of an early-1970s design. As for the Meteor 350, the thump wrapped up in a refined, easy to ride, confident and practical package sounds just right. However, when it comes to the spec sheet, there's no denying that the CB350 comes out on top, with the Meteor a close second. But that notion soon changes when you consider the Meteor's price features list. So when it comes to value proposition, Royal Enfield’s latest offering makes more sense, especially over the previous-gen Thunderbird 350X. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - Honda Hness CB350 vs Royal Enfield Meteor 350
Q. I want to buy a new bike to commute for job daily 85kms to and from in Kerala. The roads are not highways. They have ups, downs and curves, with low traffic. I think speeds up to 60 kmph are good. I am thinking about Honda CB 350 H'ness, RE Meteor and Honda CB200X. Comfort, quality, economics are my priorities. I am thinking about H'ness. Kindly give your suggestions.
  • Honda H’ness CB350 and Royal Enfield Meteor 350 are good picks. Don’t be fooled by the 191kg kerb weight of Meteor on the spec sheet -- a 765mm seat height and loads of steering lock mean that paddling and filtering through traffic is an absolute breeze. Further aiding comfort is the reasonably good suspension setup that manages to handle speed breakers and potholes quite well, but a lack of travel and a stiff setup at the rear means that sharper and shorter imperfections like expansion joints or unlevelled concrete block interfaces will batter your derrière. This thudding over sharp bumps stops us a few steps short of calling the setup plush, but it’s certainly closer to the plush end of the scale than the back-breaker end. On the other hand, you have a fairly neutral riding posture on the Honda H’ness CB350. Unlike the Classic 350, you don’t sit ‘on the bike’; you feel more like a part of it. Also, the handlebar is curved back towards the rider, which results in an upright and comfy riding posture. The 800mm seat height means shorter riders won’t complain, and the bike isn’t very wide either. Seat cushioning is firm, and although I couldn’t clock long hours on the saddle, it did feel good over the hour-long commute in Mumbai traffic. The flat seat is also pillion-friendly and decently spacious. The only grouse we have is that you feel the weight (181kg) of the bike while parking and have to muscle the CB350 in and out of the parking space. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -Honda H’ness CB350 Road Test Review: Should RE Be Worried?.-2020 Royal Enfield Meteor 350: Road Test Review.
  • If you are tall and have back issues, don’t go for Meteor. But don’t go for Hness as well. This bike is not worth buying. I have bought this last year and still regretting
  • Thank you very much for detailed answer.
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H'ness CB350 FAQs

What is the price of Honda H'ness CB350 in 2022?

The 2022 ex-showroom price of Honda H'ness CB350 is 2.03 Lakh. Check On Road Price of H'ness CB350. .

What is the mileage of Honda H'ness CB350 in 2022?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Honda H'ness CB350 is 45.8 kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of H'ness CB350.

Does the Honda H'ness CB350 have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in Honda H'ness CB350. View full specification of H'ness CB350.

Which is better Honda H'ness CB350 or Royal Enfield Classic 350?

Honda H'ness CB350 Price starts at Rs. 1.96 Lakh which is Rs. 8,993 costlier than base model of Royal Enfield Classic 350 priced at Rs. 1.87 Lakh. Compare Honda H'ness CB350 vs Royal Enfield Classic 350 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Honda H'ness CB350 in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Honda H'ness CB350 in Delhi is Rs. 5,653 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Honda H'ness CB350?

Honda H'ness CB350 is available in 8 colours : Night Star Black, Metal Marshal Green Metallic, Pearl Night Star Black With Spear Silver Meta, Matte Steel Black Metallic With Matte Massive, Athletic Blue Metallic With Virtuous White_42, Precious Red Metallic, Pearl Night Star Black and Matte Marshal Green Metallic. View colour images of H'ness CB350.

Is Honda H'ness CB350 better than Royal Enfield Meteor 350?

52% users have chosen Honda H'ness CB350 over Royal Enfield Meteor 350 in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com. Check out User rating comparisons.

Is Royal Enfield Classic 350 better than Honda H'ness CB350?

69% users have chosen Royal Enfield Classic 350 over Honda H'ness CB350 in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com. Check out User rating comparisons.

Honda H'ness CB350 Road Tests

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