Here’s How Much The Honda CB350 Actually Costs

The Classic 350 is still cheaper but the CB350 is priced on par with the Jawa

After teasing us with the estimated prices last week, Honda India has finally announced that the H'ness CB350 will cost Rs 1.85 lakh for the DLX model and Rs 1.90 lakh for the premium DLX Pro variant (both prices, ex-showroom Gurgaon). Here’s how the CB350 now stacks up against the other dual-channel versions of the 350cc retro roadsters sold in India.


Honda H’ness CB350

RE Classic 350


Benelli Imperiale 400


Rs 1.85 lakh - Rs 1.90 lakh

Rs 1.69 lakh - Rs 1.86 lakh

Rs 1.82 lakh - Rs 1.83 lakh

Rs 1.99 lakh - Rs 2.11 lakh

The CB350 is quite competitively priced, only the Classic 350 manages to undercut it by some margin. And if the feature list is anything to go by, the Honda CB350 has the edge over the rest of the three bikes as it features LED headlight, traction control, and smartphone connectivity on the DLX Pro model.

Powering the Honda is a 348.36cc single-cylinder air-cooled counterbalanced engine that makes 21PS and 30Nm -- 1.64PS and 2Nm more than the Classic 350. You only get a 5-speed transmission but it features a slip and assist clutch for light clutch action. We have gotten up close and personal with the new Honda CB motorcycle and you can check out our first impressions tomorrow at 10am. Stay tuned to ZigWheels.com.

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