Honda H’ness CB350 launched; can it replace RE?

Can Honda H'ness replace Royal Enfield? That time will tell. However, H'ness is quite a package with its styling elements and a powerful engine.

Honda H’ness CB350 launched; can it replace RE?

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd is now aiming to make a dent in mid-size 350-500cc motorcycle segment. Honda has unveiled brand new H’ness - CB350. H’ness - CB350 comes as the third BSVI model in Honda’s BigWing portfolio. Also known as its exclusive Premium Bike vertical in selected cities.


The H’ness - CB350 comes powered by a 350cc, air cooled 4 stroke OHC single-cylinder engine. Motor is also equipped with PGM-FI tech. It churns out a category leading max torque of 30 Nm at 3000 rpm.

H’ness - CB350 comes with a large tailpipe of 45mm. Single one-chamber structure in the expansion chamber enables the bike to deliver a rich thumping exhaust note. Exhaust pipes are double skinned to prevent heat discoloration and intact the visual appeal for a long time.


From the dominating front facia with suspensions, handlebars, and large wheels H’ness, CB350 also offers a dual-tone fuel tank. Bold Honda logo on the body gives it a heritage inspired look.

Its innovative 7-Y Shaped spoke alloys blend well with the dimension of H’ness - CB350 and gives it a distinctive modern roadster look. Chrome plated mirrors, exhaust, and fenders along with wider rear tyre give bike a bold & macho look with retro yet trendy appeal.


H’ness - CB350 will come in two variants H’ness - CB350 DLX and CB350 DLX PRO. Honda official revealed that the cruiser bike is set to cost at Rs 1.90 lakh (ex-showroom) and will be sold through its BigWing outlets in Gurgaon, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kochi and Bhilai. H’ness CB350 Deluxe Pro is expected to be a little more expensive.