Honda H’ness CB350 primarily based bike to start on February 16

diagram, text: Honda H’ness CB350 based motorcycle to launch on February 16

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Honda H’ness CB350 centered motorbike to start on February 16

Honda is all set to introduce a new motorcycle via its BigWing network and what is more, it just about seems as if the bike will be a variant of the famed CB350.

Set for start on February 16, a teaser graphic of the new bicycle has also been shared by the corporation. Even so, with only a rear view of the bike, there is only so a lot we can get out of it.

If something is obvious, it is that the new bike will be a variant of the CB350 as we stated. For one, this was Honda’s most recent launch, and quantity two, the bike has a dual-shock set up.

Almost everything else nevertheless, is diverse. The chassis sub-frame has been hidden from see as the tail style is now various and much more modern. The exhaust has a extra intense upswept style and design and the rims appear to be to be a dimension 17. The H’ness operates 19/18-inch front and rear rims, but what is fascinating on this is the tyre. It has a blocky sample, equivalent to scramblers. If this is the circumstance, a scrambler H’ness would be a incredibly welcome bike.

Powering the new bike really should be the exact same 348cc air-cooled single as the CB350. This engine makes 20.7PS of electric power and 30Nm of torque. Even so, I do hope they tune it somewhat differently as most of the torque is at the decreased-finish of the rev band and quite much flattens out at the major.

We have reviewed the Honda H’ness CB350, so head on in this article to study extra.

The relaxation of the mechanicals ought to continue being the identical: 5-velocity gearbox, disc brakes at both of those ends with twin-channel Ab muscles, LED lighting all about, semi-digital instrument cluster with Honda’s cellular connectivity suite, etc.

The new Honda is all established to be introduced on February 16. As for the price, very little has been confirmed still, but the bike need to sit over the H’ness CB350, so anticipate upwards of Rs 1.9 lakh, ex-showroom.