Honda CB350: Unveiling a Timeless Classic with Modern Flair and Superior Performance in the 350cc Segment

The Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) released the all-new retro classic CB350 today, which strengthens its place in the premium mid-size 350cc motorcycle market. The Honda CB350 has been released at a special price of Rs. 1,99,900 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It was designed to have a classic look that will never go out of style, along with the best technology and speed. Customers can book this motorcycle at any BigWing shop near them, and deliveries will start soon.

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Honda’s Managing Director, President, and CEO, Mr. Tsutsumu Otani, said, “We are absolutely thrilled to expand our mid-size 350cc motorcycle line-up with the launch of All-New CB350.” He was introducing Honda’s newest premium BigWing motorcycle. Honda is happy to carry on the long history of its CB bikes, and our customers will enjoy riding it. When this retro classic motorbike comes out, we’re sure it will get a lot of new buyers excited to join the CB family.

Mr. Yogesh Mathur, Director, Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India, said this about the launch of the All-New CB350: “The launch of the All-New CB350 marks yet another important milestone for our growing premium motorcycle business vertical.” Honda’s middle-weight 350cc motorcycles have been popular with customers in many areas ever since they came out. This, along with our large network of top BigWing shops, makes us sure that buyers will have a great time with the new CB350. You can now book, and supplies will start soon.

Styling, Colours and Equipment

The All-New CB350 combines Honda’s famous styling philosophy with a classic look that will never go out of style. It is a tribute to the beauty of a bygone age, reimagined for riders today. It was made with a mix of skill and strength. The CB350 has a strong-looking fuel tank that makes it look tough. An all-LED lighting system with a round LED headlamp, LED winkers, and an LED tail lamp makes the style even better.

The CB350 was carefully designed with a love for retro style in mind, and its long metal skirts show how elegant it is even now. It also has metal covers for the front forks and split seats that make it look like a real classic. The CB350 from HMSI comes in five nice colors, including glossy and matte ones. Beautiful Red Metallic, Pearl Igneous Black, Matte Crust Metallic, Matte Marshal Green Metallic, and Matte Dune Brown are the names of them.

The All-New CB350 has a digital-analog instrument panel that looks like it came from the past. It also comes with the Honda Smartphone Voice Control system (HSVCS), which lets you get advanced information while you’re riding. This old-school motorbike has an assist and slipper clutch, as well as a Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) system that makes riding safer on any surface. There is also an emergency stop signal option that uses flashing hazard lights to let cars behind you know that you need to stop quickly.

The CB350 has large section telescopic front forks and a pressurized nitrogen-charged back suspension to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible while cruising in style. There is a 310mm disc brake at the front of the motorbike and a 240mm disc brake at the back. Two-channel ABS is also included as a safety measure. The chunky 130-section 18-inch rear tire on this retro classic motorbike gives it a unique look and makes it more stable on different types of roads.

Engine and Performance

The All-New CB350 has a big and strong 348.36cc air-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder PGM-FI engine that is BSVI OBD2-B compatible. There are 5 speeds on this motor, and it makes 15.5 kW of power at 5,500 RPM and 29.4 Nm of torque at 3,000 RPM. The CB350 is an easy-going, versatile motorbike that can be used for both short trips in the city and long rides on the weekends. It has the most torque in its class.

The CB350’s long muffler gives it the best balance and the ability to make a loud, low-pitched sound. Its one-chamber structure in the expansion chamber helps make a deep, thumping sound when you open the throttle. A two-layer structure keeps the exhaust pipe from turning brown when heated, which keeps the motorcycle’s general look.

Price and Availability

There is a good deal on the brand-new Honda CB350. The DLX version costs Rs. 1,99,900, and the DLX Pro version costs Rs. 2,17,800 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It will be offered all over the country at HMSI’s high-end BigWing dealerships. HMSI is also offering a special 10-year warranty package on the product, which includes a 3-year standard warranty and an optional 7-year warranty. This is to give buyers peace of mind while they own the product.


Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)


Rs. 1,99,900

CB350 DLX Pro

Rs. 2,17,800

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