The Honda H’ness CB350 has witnessed its second price hike since its launch, late last year.
The H’ness costs as much as the CB350RS
Available in two variants – DLX and DLX Pro
Back in October 2020, Honda launched its Royal Enfield rival, the H’ness CB350 at Rs 1.85 lakh (DLX) and Rs 1.90 lakh (DLX Pro). A few months later it saw its first price hike, which took prices up to Rs 1.86 lakh and Rs 1.92 lakh, respectively. The second and latest price hike has now taken prices up to 1.90 lakh and 1.96 lakh, which is a total increase of around Rs 5000 since its launch.
The additional Rs 6,000 for the Pro version gets you dual-tone paint options, two-unit horn, and Honda Smartphone Voice Control System in addition to all of the features available on the standard bike. To know more about it, head here.
This price increase also puts the H’ness much closer to the recently launched CB350RS, which is currently priced at Rs 1.96 lakh (monotone) and Rs 1.98 lakh (dual tone). The price for the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 also recently went up, and it now costs between Rs 1.79-1.94 lakh. Benelli, on the other hand, reduced prices for the Imperiale by Rs 10,000 and it now has a starting price of Rs 1.89 lakh.
All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi.