Honda H’ness CB350 Anniversary Edition launched at Rs 2.03 lakh

    The Anniversary Edition of the Honda H’ness CB350 costs around Rs 2,000 more than the standard bike.

    Published On Dec 04, 2021 07:25:00 PM

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    Honda has launched an Anniversary Edition of its H’ness CB350 at Rs 2.03 lakh. This version of the popular motorcycle gets special cosmetic elements highlighting the model’s first anniversary.

    • Gets unique badges

    • Side stand is finished in chrome

    • Costs around Rs 2,000 more

    Honda’s premium Big Wing network showcased two products at India Bike Week – the 2022 CB300R and H’ness CB350 Anniversary Edition. The former will go on sale in India in January. 

    The biggest highlight of the new H’ness CB350 are the new golden-coloured badges and pinstripes. Another cosmetic change comes in form the side stand that is now chrome instead of black. The bike also gets brown-coloured seat covers. This model will be available in two colour options – Pearl Igneous Black and Matt Marshal Green Metallic.

    Apart from these cosmetic additions, the bike remains identical to the standard H’ness CB350. It is based on the DLX Pro variant, which means it gets a twin horn set-up and Honda Smartphone Voice Control system (HSVCS). At Rs 2.03 lakh, it costs around Rs 2,000 more than the DLX Pro and around Rs 7,000 more than the entry-level DLX variant.

    Also see:

    Honda H'ness CB350 review, test ride

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