The upcoming 350 cc motorbike will share its underpinnings with the H’ness CB350, and is expected to be priced all around Rs 2.20 lakh (ex-showroom)
We lately claimed about Honda Motorbike & Scooter India’s ideas of introducing a brand-new motorbike in the country based mostly on its H’ness CB350. The H’ness has acquired an overpowering reaction in India so significantly, and the Japanese carmaker aims to make use of its recognition to introduce a different motorbike dependent on the very same system.
Honda teased the motorcycle’s rear part a few days back, and till now, we have predicted it to be either a scrambler or a cafe racer. Even so, new speculations suggest that it will possible be the latter. Now, Honda has unveiled one more teaser, and also released a dedicated world-wide-web-webpage on the official BigWing site.
Taking a closer glance at the teaser on the web page reveals that the CB350RS is noticed several situations in the site’s coding as nicely as in the URL. On the other hand, it is nevertheless to be found if it will be christened as CB350 RS, CB350RS or if any other iteration is preferred. That will be disclosed on February 16, when Honda launches the bike in the country.
The upcoming Honda bike could be priced around Rs 2.40 lakh (ex-showroom), and is anticipated to have a good deal in widespread with the H’ness CB350. The motorcycle will likely use the same telescopic front forks and hydraulic twin rear shocks, front and rear disc brakes with a dual-channel Ab muscles process, slipper clutch and so on. Other capabilities that will most likely be supplied with the new cafe racer consist of all LED lights as very well as an Liquid crystal display instrument cluster.
The H’ness CB350 attracts ability from a 348.36 cc solitary-cylinder air-cooled motor that generates 21 PS of max electric power at 5,500 rpm, and 30 Nm of peak torque at 3,000 rpm, and comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. This powertrain will probable be offered on the new bike as effectively.
The CB350 RS is predicted to be outfitted with clip-on handlebars for sportier handling qualities, silver rear check out mirrors, black fork gaiters, new single-piece seat set up with a classic cowl, silver-coloured entrance and rear fenders and so forth. It really should be pointed out that the forthcoming bike will also be retailed through the high quality BigWing dealership, just like the H’ness.