Honda has launched its first cruiser bike Honda H'ness CB350 in comparison to Royal Enfield Classic 350. Booking of the bike has also started at Honda Bigwig dealerships. Honda has added some new elements to its new bike, which are not found in this segment meaning 350cc bikes. Let's know about these features ...
Selectable torque control
The Honda CB 350 has a 350 cc 4-stroker fuel-injected OHC single-cylinder engine, which gives 20.8 hp power and 30 Nm of torque. For the first time, a bike in this segment has Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) feature, which helps control the traction of the rear tire. Also, through torque injection, it also controls the torque of the engine. This feature can be turned on and off via a switch. Also, this bike also has the feature of slip and assist clutch for the first time.
Digital Analog Instrument Cluster
At the same time, for the first time in a bike in this segment, a digital-analog instrument cluster is found, in which the information of traction control information is given. Apart from this, it has ABS, side stand
Indicator, Eco Indicator, Mileage Feature, Smartphone Connectivity, Gear Position Indicator, Battery Voltage Meter information display. It also offers three modes - Real-Time Mileage, Average Mileage, and Distance to Empty.
Full led lights
At the same time, this bike gets full LED lights for the first time. The CB350 gets dual-channel ABS, 310mm front disc, and 240mm rear disc unit. At the same time, the bike gets 19-inch wheels at the front and 18-inch wheels at the rear. Its DLX Pro version offers dual shade with the dual horn. The bike has a fuel tank with a capacity of 15 liters.
Start / stop switch
Apart from the engine start/stop switch, this bike also has Hazard lights to protect the riders during low visibility. This bike of Honda has introduced Bluetooth connectivity for the first time. It gets a Honda smartphone voice control system, which includes features such as navigation, music playback, phone calls, and incoming messages. These features can be accessed by toggling the buttons on the side of the handlebar. At the same time, to access these features, a separate headset has to be taken, which can be installed in the helmet.
6 years warranty
Apart from this, Honda is offering a three-year standard and a three-year extended warranty on this bike. Overall, the bike is getting a six-year warranty. At the same time, the Royal Enfield Classic gets a 2-year warranty, which can be extended up to 3 years.