Honda CB350: What makes the new Honda motorcycle different?
On Wednesday, Honda CB350 gave India a glimpse of what the Honda CB350 has to offer
Honda Two Wheelers has given India a glimpse of their cruiser motorcycle, CB350. Honda has saved the prices for the upcoming festive season. The Japanese motorcycle major has certified that the Honda CB 350 will cost approximately Rs 1.9 lakh. For the time being, the CB 350 will be up for display at key Big Wing India dealerships located in Gurgaon, Mumbai, and other regions. The CB 350 will be sold in two versions, DLX and DLX Pro.
The Honda CB 350 continues to carry “the modern-classic CB” legacy. It comes with blackened alloy wheels, a neo-classic LED headlight with DRLs, telescopic suspension, and a voluptuous tank design that can be resorted to in a single shade or a dual-tone finish depending on the variant.
The Honda CB 350 also includes a “Honda Smartphone Voice Control system” which connects the rider’s smartphone to the motorcycle through Bluetooth with an HSVCS application.
This enables the rider to operate “the system with controls on the left side of the handlebar to use distinct features such as music playback, phone calls, navigation, and incoming messages.”
“Globally, CB series of motorcycles symbolize Honda’s history of challenges. For more than 60 years, Honda has consistently given the prefix “CB” to models representing on-road sports. Also, the riders have always been the focus in the evolution of the CB. It was once again the Indian riders who motivated the development of H’ness – CB350. To this end, the latest technologies are generously reflected in its 9 new patent applications. Today, we are proud to usher in a new motorcycling culture in the mid-size segment with this global unveiling of H’ness – CB350,” Atsushi Ogata, Managing Director, President & CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said.