Honda H’Ness CB350 was launched in September 2020, and the deliveries started three back. In just a few months it crosses the 10,000 milestone mark.

  • Honda H’Ness CB350 was launched in September 2020
  • Deliveries began from 21st October 2020
  • Honda H’Ness powered by a 348.36cc air cooled engine unit

Back in September Honda launched their much-awaited bike H’Ness replacing Honda CBR350. The motorcycle was introduced as the rival for Royal Enfield bikes. Now the manufacturer is announced that H’Ness crosses the 10,000 milestone mark within just three months of time, which is quite inspiring. Deliveries of H’Ness was started on 21st October 2020, and just in a few months brand, 350cc bike achieved the milestone. The motorcycle is sold via Honda Bigwig dealerships, top 5 dealerships are in Gurugram, Indore, Mumbai, cochin, and Bengaluru, and 18 showrooms across India. The brand currently working on expanding its Bigwig showrooms network, hoping to gain more than 50 more dealerships opening across India in the near future. Honda H’Ness CB350 Milestone.

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H’Ness with 19-inch front and 16-inch rear alloy wheels

Apart from all these Japanese bike makers currently working on expanding their premium bikes network in our market. Recently manufacturer teased a motorcycle, which is expected to be a CB350 café racer or a Scrambler. The Honda H’Ness gets the power from a 348.36 cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine unit, which generates 21.07 PS of maximum power and 30 Nm of peak torque at 3,000 Rpm. The transmission duties are performed by a 6-speed sequential gearbox, with a slip and assist clutch available as standard for all the variants. Honda H’Ness CB350 Milestone.

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Honda H’Ness DLX pro variant

Honda H’Ness loaded with advanced features which include, LED lightening system at front and rear, Disc brakes with dual-channel ABS, an analog speedometer and digital readout for other Info, Semi-digital instrument cluster, 19-inch at front and 16-inch at rear alloy wheels, and traction control technology. Currently, Honda retails H’Ness with a starting price of Rs 1.86 lakhs and Rs 1.92 lakhs for the top-end trim variant (All prices are ex-showroom, New Delhi). It is offered in two variants DLX and DLX pro, in which the former is a base variant and the latter is a top-end variant.  

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