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2023 Honda Hness CB350 Top 5 Highlights: Price, features, colours, and more details!

11 March 2023, 07:01 PM Pratik Bhanushali
2023 Honda Hness CB350 Top 5 Highlights: Price, features, colours, and more details!

Honda launched its 350cc retro offering, the Hness CB350, in India with a handful of updates for 2023. The changes have been made on the mechanical and cosmetic front. So, let’s take a look at the updated model’s top 5 highlights. 

Has Honda made any changes to the Hness CB350 design?

Honda CB350RS Right Side View

While most of the design has been retained, Honda now offers various kits to alter the bike’s appearance. The Hness CB30 gets a comfort kit that includes a large windscreen, pillion backrest, knuckle guards, large pannier stays, and wider footpegs. Apart from that, there are three more kits: cafe racer, solo carrier, and tourer. All the packages offer a vivid set of accessories to customize the bike as per your convenience. And the asking price is set between Rs 16,200 to Rs 22,200. 

That said, the round LED headlight and chromed bits all over remain unaltered. For 2023, Honda has also added a split seat setup for added comfort. 

What updates has the Hness CB350’s engine received?

The Hness continues to draw power from a 348.3cc single-cylinder that makes 20.78 bhp and 30 Nm. But it has been updated to meet the OBD2-B norms (on-board diagnostics) which means the bike can now monitor real-time emissions as well. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox. Apart from the aforementioned tweak, it remains unchanged. 

Here’s what the Hness CB350’s hardware looks like

2023 Honda Hness CB350, CB350RS launched; prices start from Rs 2.10 lakh

For 2023, the Hness CB350’s hardware is the same as before. It rides on telescopic forks and dual springs and the braking hardware comprises a single disc on both ends. The latter is mounted on a 19-inch front and an 18-inch rear alloy wrapped in road-biased tyres. 

The feature list for Honda Hness

Along with an LED headlight, Honda also offers a traction control system, Honda Smartphone Voice Control, a USB charging port, and a semi-digital instrument console on the Hness CB350. 

How much does the Honda Hness CB350 cost now?

With the said updates, Honda has hiked the asking price substantially. The Hness CB350 base model costs Rs. 2,09,857 while the DLX Pro and DLX Pro Chrome are priced at Rs. 2,12,856 and Rs. 2,14,856 (all three prices are ex-showroom Delhi). Compared to the previous prices, the new ones are about Rs. 11,000 more.

Honda Hness CB350 [2023]

Honda Hness CB350 [2023]

  • Displacement348.36 cc
  • Mileage - Owner Reported35 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)20.78 bhp
  • Kerb Weight181 kg
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Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 2,09,857

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