- Called GB350 in the Japanese market
- Priced at 268,000 yen (Rs 1.89 lakh)
- Features full-LED lighting and Bluetooth-enabled display
Honda has updated its Japanese portfolio with the launch of the Made-in-India H’Ness CB350. The retro-style motorcycle, which is called the GB350 in the country, has been priced at 268,000 yen (Rs 1.89 lakh). Back in India, the motorcycle is available from Rs 1,86,500 onwards. The base version (DLX) is priced at Rs 1,86,500 while the premium variant (DLX PRO) is available at Rs 1,92,500 (both ex-showroom). Do note that the aforementioned prices in India are after the marginal hike that took place in January 2021.
The retro-styling of the CB350 is complemented by modern features such as full-LED lighting and Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster with navigation function. The Bluetooth connectivity also gives access to incoming calls and text alerts.
The mechanical specifications include a 348cc, air-cooled engine that makes 21bhp of power and 30Nm of peak torque. The safety net on the CB350 include Honda’s Selectable Torque Control system and dual-channel ABS.
In India, the CB350 rivals the 350cc motorcycles from Royal Enfield. Honda may introduce its retro-style product in more markets in the future, although there is no official announcement yet.