In a minimal about 3 months because deliveries started, Honda H’Ness CB350 has managed to cross the 10,000 income mark in our current market
Back again in September 2020, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) debuted the H’Ness CB350 in our market. The motorbike was introduced as a rival to Royal Enfield bikes, finish with a retro-impressed structure. Now, the company has announced that it has bought about 10,000 models of the motorcycle in India, which is very an spectacular feat.
Deliveries of the H’ness CB350 started in India on 21st October 2020, and in a tiny above a few months, the company has managed to realize this milestone. The bike is sold via Honda’s BigWing dealerships in India. At this time, the manufacturer has 5 BigWing Topline showrooms (in Gurugram, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Cochin, and Indore) and 18 BigWing dealerships across India.
Honda is functioning on expanding its BigWing seller network, hoping to have 50 showrooms throughout India by March 2021. Aside from that, the Japanese two-wheeler maker will also be expanding its top quality motorcycle lineup in our industry. A new Honda motorcycle was teased recently, which is expected to be a CB350-centered cafe racer or a scrambler.
Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Director of Product sales & Marketing, HMSI, had this to say on the occasion: “H’Ness CB350 is properly appreciated for its fashionable-basic design and style, advanced features, refinement and designed excellent, not to ignore, the loaded exclusive roar of the exhaust observe. With a constrained BigWing network, we have presently crossed 10,000 product sales milestone in a small time and carrying backorders as nicely throughout many towns.”
The Honda Highness is powered by a 348.36cc, air-cooled, solitary-cylinder motor, which develops a peak ability of 21.07 PS (at 5,500 rpm) and a most torque of 30 Nm (at 3,000 rpm). Transmission obligations are taken care of by a 6-pace sequential gearbox, with a slip and assist clutch offered as normal.
The H’ness CB350 also receives functions like all-LED lighting procedure, disc brakes on both equally wheels (with twin-channel Ab muscles), a semi-electronic instrument console (with an analogue speedo and a digital readout for other information), traction regulate, and alloy wheels (19-inch entrance and 18-inch rear). The bike is obtainable in two variants – DLX and DLX Professional – priced at Rs. 1.86 lakh and Rs. 1.92 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi), respectively.