• Q. What should be the min height of the rider for honda Hness CB350?

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    Dilip | 2 years ago

    Honda Hness CB350 features a saddle height of 800mm which should accommodate shorter rides well. However, comfort is something that can be best judged personally and for that, we would suggest you to take a test ride of the bike. Follow the link for dealership details and select your city accordingly.

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    Subin | 1 year ago

    @ Kshetrimayum | Im 5.4 and planning to buy it

    Im 5.4 and yesterday i test drive it. Very easy to drive, dont have planted foot. While stopping only toching toe in the road. Yes i can easliy manage it with one leg 👍🏻

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    Sandeep | 1 year ago

    I am 5.5 and I am riding it

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Honda H'ness CB350 User Reviews

  • 2.6

    Very sorry to say this, Worst of service from dugar honda bigwings.At the time of purchase, Showroom promised me for giving a pick n drop service for the service of vehicle.From last 3 months i am asking for a pick n drop no response yet.I will tell the buyers, Think twice before purchasing the bike, you will not get best of service from dugar honda.

  • 5.0
    Driving experience

    My driving experience on this bike is very satisfying and also it gives me goose bumps after revving the bike, And also it gives a decent mielage in its range approx 27 km per litre in my experience.Built quality is very in its high standard like the brand.I will suggest go for this and best cruiser bike in this segment.

  • 4.6
    Retro bike

    Most good looking retro with modern feature bike in the market.Engine quality, Riding comfort, Slipper clutch, Breaking system, Good body balance, Engine sound, Powerful engine and fuel efficiency this are the most important and best aspect in this bike.

  • Retro style

    Best looking bike, Retro style is awesome it's have a good fit and finish 🔥

  • Ride quality

    One of the best bikes i've ever rode.Ride quality and control is just awesome.The sound touches my heart every time.


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