Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has launched the all-new 2021 CB350 RS motorcycle at Rs. 1.96 lakh (ex-showroom). The bike is based on the H’Ness CB350. The ‘RS’ nomenclature in the name stands for ‘Road Sailing’ , as the company says that the motorcycle was designed for long journeys. Honda has opened bookings for the bike through all Honda BigWing dealerships and the official website of the company.
The new CB family motorcycle gets a big tank in terms of styling, with a bold Honda badge on it. The round LED ring-design headlamp gives the bike a retro-modern look. Fork boots on the front suspension give the silhouette a rugged look, while the eye-shaped LED blinkers and the sleek LED tail lamp under the seat complete the look.
For the seat, the CB350 RS has a ‘tuck and roll’ design, keeping it true to its road-sailing nature. The seats have ample cushioning, making it convenient for both everyday commuting and long trips. To fit the sporty riding stance, the bike also offers a forward leaning riding position.
Fitted with PGM-FI technology, the CB350 RS gets the same 350 cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke OHC single-cylinder engine. At 5500 rpm, the powerful engine produces a maximum power of 15.5 kW and a maximum torque of 30 Nm at 3000 rpm. Features such as assist and slipper clutch, advanced digital analog speedometer and Honda Selectable Torque Control are offered with the bike.
The torque control aids in maintaining rear wheel traction by detecting the difference in speeds between the front and rear wheels, calculates the slip ratio and further controls engine torque via fuel injection.
The CB350 RS is also part of the ‘Made in India for the World’ collection. The new bike was also designed particularly for the Indian market, just like the H’Ness CB350, and HMSI plans to export it from here to international markets.
The Honda CB350 RS is available in two colours namely – Radiant Red Metallic and Black with Pearl Sports Yellow.
Honda CB350 RS Images
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