Honda H’ness CB350, CB350RS now in CSD stores in these cities. Check prices

The Honda H’ness CB350 and CB350RS are now also available at 35 CSD depots.

Through HT automatic office
17 Feb 2022, 14:32

Honda H’Ness CB350 is a premium offering from the two-wheeled brand.

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India on Thursday announced that its H’ness CB350, CB350RS is now available at Canteen Store Departments (CSDs) in several cities across the country.

Both Honda BigWing cruiser bikes are available at 35 CSD depots with H’ness-CB350 prices at 1.70 lakh for DLX variant and 1.74 lakh for DLX Pro variant while monotonous CB350RS priced at 1.74 lakh while the dualtone variant is slightly more expensive (all prices are ex showroom, Delhi).

Here is the complete list of Indian cities where the new Honda bikes will be available through the CSD facility: Agra, Bareilly, Dehradun, Jaipur, Lucknow, Mumbai Area, Ramgarh, Ahmedabad, BD Bari, Delhi, Jalandhar, Leh, Mumbai Base, Sec ‘bad, Ambala, Bhatinda, Dimapur, Khadki, Masimpur, Narangi, Srinagar, Baghdogra, Bikaner, Hissar, Kochi, Meerut, Pathankot, Udhampur, Bangalore, Chennai, Jabalpur, Kolkata, Misamari, Port Blair and Visakhapatnam.

The Honda CB 350 RS is essentially a sportier version of the previously released H'Ness CB 350.

The Honda CB 350 RS is essentially a sportier version of the previously released H’Ness CB 350.

HMSI has again underlined its commitment to the defense community with the addition of both models to the CSD offering. “We are proud to serve them with our quality products and after-sales service. Celebrating the 75th anniversary of independence, we are delighted to be manufacturing our new BigWing – H’ness CB350 and CB350RS motorcycles on the CSD network across India,” said Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Director – Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India.

The Honda H’Ness CB350 is powered by a 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that develops 20.8hp of power at 5,500rpm and a peak torque of 30Nm at 3,000rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The CB 350 RS is based on the H’Ness CB350 but features different body panels, color options and wheels, to give it a sportier appeal.

(Also Read: Five Key Differences Between Honda CB 350 RS and H’Ness CB 350 Explained)

The top-of-the-line bike gets the Honda smartphone voice control system in the DLX Pro version – absent from the CB 350 RS – which allows a rider to access the Honda RoadSync app for incoming calls, music playback and audio instructions. The H’Ness 350 is a direct rival to the all-new Yezdi Roadster and the hugely popular Royal Enfield Meteor 350. HMSI sells the H’Ness through its exclusive high-end BigWing dealers nationwide.

Meanwhile, HMSI recently announced a price drop on its CB500X adventure motorcycle. The mid-range ADV has become affordable by almost 1,000,000. Following the price correction, CB500X is now priced at 5.88 lakh (old showroom).

Date of first publication: February 17, 2022, 2:05 PM IST

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