The new variant of the Honda CB350 is rocking the market with its killer look, giving competition to Bullet in features. In the Indian market, this bike will compete with Bullet 350 and Royal Enfield Classic 350 in the 350cc segment. Honda engineers have fitted the main shaft coaxial balancer on the cylinders to eliminate both primary and secondary vibrations.

Honda CB350 New Variant Engine and Cylinder Detail:

The Japanese two-wheeler maker has also added a new customization section called “My CB, My Way” for CB350 buyers. By the end of March 2023, BigWing dealerships will carry this bespoke package from Honda Genuine Accessories. An air-cooled, 4-stroke, OHC, single-cylinder, PGM-FI engine with a 350cc displacement powers the 2023 Honda CB350 lineup. This engine produces a maximum torque of 30Nm at 3000 rpm.

Honda CB350 New Variant Design Detail:

The main shaft coaxial balancer has been installed on the cylinders to eliminate primary and secondary vibrations in this Honda bike. The CB350 exhaust system features a massive 45mm tailpipe to optimize the balance to produce bold low-pitched sound.

Honda CB350 New Variant Showroom Price:

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India have launched the OBD2B compatible 2023 H’ness CB350 and CB350RS in the Indian market. By the end of March 2023, BigWing dealerships throughout India will carry the new motorcycle line. 2023 Honda CB350 and 2023 Honda CB350RS prices are Rs 209,857 and Rs 214,856, respectively (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Honda CB350 2023 front and rear wheel speed Detail:

The new Honda motorcycle has Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), which measures the difference in speeds between the front and back wheels, computes the slip ratio, and regulates engine torque through fuel injection. HSTC helps maintain rear wheel traction. HSTC may be switched on/off using a switch on the left side of the metre. The digital display’s “T” indicator blinks when the system is activated.

Honda CB350 New Variant Smart Connectivity:

The new Honda CB350 and CB350RS DLX Pro variants now have the Honda Smartphone Voice Control System (HSVCS). The rider can connect his smartphone to his motorcycle via Bluetooth via the HSVCS application. It is equipped with many features for the rider, including phone calls, navigation, music playback and incoming messages.

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