Japanese two-wheeler maker Honda has recently launched its new bike H’ness CB350. This powerful bike received a good response from customers and the company sold about 10,000 units. Now the company is going to release the Scrambler model of this bike in the market tomorrow. The company named it CB350RS.
In fact, Royal Enfield ruled the 350cc segment of the Indian market from the beginning. Now Honda has also entered this segment and is gearing up to capture the market with its new bikes. The company sells its upcoming bike through the Bigwind dealership, from where the company sells its premium bikes.
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As for the new bike, it is similar to the current model CB350. Also, the platform and engine approach of the two bikes are identical. The company uses a 348.36cc single cylinder air cooled engine that produces 21hp and 30Nm of torque. It has a 5-speed transmission gearbox.
As a feature, the bike is provided with LED headlamps, tail lamps and indicators, alloy wheels, upswift (up) exhaust system, and a 15-liter fuel tank. Disc brake dual channel anti-lock braking system (ABS) is standard on its special and rear wheels.
Similar to the H’ness CB350, this bike features a Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), semi-digital instrument console, Bluetooth connectivity, hazard lamp, telescopic fork, shock absorber suspension at the rear, and a single seat. Added. Although it is difficult to say anything about its price before launching, it is believed that its price could be kept at Rs 2.1 lakh.