Honda recently launched the CB350, a more retro sibling of the H’ness CB350 and the CB350RS

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It is also the most affordable 350cc bike from Honda in India. Swipe to see the top highlights

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The headlight brace is different, and it also gets a slightly differently designed nacelle compared to the H’ness. DLX Pro gets chromed out nacelle too.

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Full length mental fenders at both ends - they look classy and should also keep the dirt splashes at bay

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Metallic fork covers - gives it a clean look, imitates the ones in the Bullet 350

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All-new chromed out peashooter exhaust, that’s claimed to produce a low pitched thump.

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New tank grips - tank profile is slightly different, can hold 15.2 litres, 0.2 litres more than H’ness

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A split seat setup with more premium covers -- DLX Pro gets brown ones

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Kerb weight of 187kg which is 6kg more than the CB350 H’ness

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Costs Rs.1,99,990 for the DLX variant, 2,17,800 for the DLX Pro version. It’s direct rival is the Royal Enfield Bullet 350