Recently Launched Honda Highness 350 Bike Features & Design!
The wait’s been over!!! The new Honda cruiser called H’ness has arrived. Today, Honda officially launched its new product in the mid-size two-wheeler segment, a territory that is currently dominated by Royal Enfield. The brand new Honda H’ness CB 350 is expected to give tough competition to Royal Enfield Bullet, Classic, Jawa and even the Benelli Imperiale 400.
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Honda has launched the H’ness CB 350 in the Indian market. If you want to buy this retro-style bike, you can contact the Honda BigWing dealership. As mentioned by Honda, they desperately want to expand this BigWing to 75 cities across India by November. The launch of the new Honda Highness could be a smart strategy for the purpose. The H’ness CB 350 will be the nearest competitor to the Royal Enfield Classic 350 series.
Design of H-ness CB 350 Bike
Body of Highness CB 350 is designed in a way to give the rider a comfortable riding position with easier reach to handle. Body material can withstand against all kinds of terrains as claimed by the company.
Recently launched Honda Highness 350 is designed with an eye as the circular headlight. The Honda H’ness CB350 gets the looks of a true retro classic. It is complemented with the chrome highlights and round instrument cluster. H’ness gets a circular LED headlamp as well as LED taillamp. The turn indicators have LEDs too.
The bike will be featured with disc brakes, alloy wheels, both sided rear springs, telescopic front forks and lot more.
Honda is offering the Honda Highness 350 in two variants i.e. DLX Pro and DLX. Whereas the Honda H-ness 350 DLX Pro will be having smartphone Voice Control System, 2-unit horn and the dual-tone paint options.
As a safety feature, H-ness CB 350 will have dual-channel ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) & the selectable torque control.
The newly launched Honda bike will have the power of 348.36 CC. The air-cooled motor will give it the torque of 5500 RPM. Also, it is linked with a 5-speed engine transmission.
The ex-showroom price of recently launched Honda Highness 350 can cost you around Rs. 1.9 lakh.
Honda Highness Price in India
Honda Highness CB350 Price at ex-showroom Delhi will cost you Rs. 1.90 Lakh whereas the Honda Highness Price in India for on-road can cost you around Rs. 2.22 Lakh.
Available Colours in Honda H-ness
The recently launched bike H-ness 350 will be available in 6 major colour options. The cruiser bike comes even in dual-tone options for DLX Pro variant.
As another colour option, you can choose a single colour like blue, black, red, green, etc.
The Japanese Automaker Honda is hopeful to get a good response for the H’ness CB 350 in the nearing festive season.
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