Although the majority of the design has been kept, Honda currently provides a number of kits to change the bike’s look. The Hness CB30 receives a comfort kit that comprises a broad footpeg, knuckle protectors, a large pannier stay, a large windscreen, and a pillion backrest. There are further three kits available: cafe racer, solo carrier, and tourer. Each package includes a wide range of accessories so you may personalise the bike as suits you best. Also, the asking price ranges from Rs. 16,200 to Rs. 22,200.
Yet the circular LED headlamp and chrome accents elsewhere are still present. Honda has also included a split seat configuration for 2023 to increase comfort.
What is the current price of the Honda Hness CB350?
Honda has significantly increased the asking price with the aforementioned changes. The DLX Pro and DLX Pro Chrome are priced at Rs. 2,12,856 and Rs. 2,14,856, respectively, while the Hness CB350 base model is priced at Rs. 2,09,857. (all three prices are ex-showroom Delhi). The new costs are around Rs. 11,000 more than the previous ones.
Variants available in the market
The DLX, DLX Pro, and DLX Chrome are the three versions of the Hness that are offered. There are three trim levels for the CB350 RS: DLX, DLX Pro, and DLX Pro Dual Tone.
Hardware for the Hness CB350
The Hness CB350’s hardware remains unchanged for 2023. It has twin springs and telescopic forks for suspension, and it has a single disc for brakes on both ends. The latter is placed on alloy wheels with road-biased tyres measuring 19 inches up front and 18 inches up back.
With the Honda CB350, in addition to an LED headlamp, Honda provides traction control, Honda Smartphone Voice Control, a USB charging connector, and a semi-digital instrument panel.
Special customization available
For all motorbike models, Honda has also provided customization options that allow consumers to select their accessory package for an extra cost over the ex-showroom price. Depending on the model and bundle, it costs anywhere from Rs. 7000 to Rs. 22,000.
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