Honda CB350RS

Honda CB350RS


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 2,14,856
* Delhi. May vary.


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The Honda CB350RS is a good stylish scrambler bike. Smooth riding is possible by the Honda CB350RS engine. It is not the fastest bike out there but it is great for casual riding and city rides.  It has traction control which is very useful for Indian road conditions. It provides a very reliable engine and the thumping sound of the exhaust


Honda CB350RS Scrambler price is Rs 2.15 lakh (ex-showroom) in India. Available in  Radiant Red Metallic and Black with Pearl Sports Yellow colors.

2024 Honda CB350RS Scrambler on road price is Rs 2.47 lakh in Delhi, Rs 2.56 lakh in Mumbai, Rs 2.50 lakh in Kolkata and Rs 2.54 lakh in Chennai. The prices mentioned here are approximate and we suggest you contact your nearest Honda dealership to get the exact on-road price quote in your city.
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Tuesday, 19 September 2023 05:29 AM

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India today launched the onboard diagnostic (OBD) phase II-compliant 2023 H'ness CB350 and 2023 CB350RS. While the 2023 H'ness CB350 price starts at Rs 2,09,857 (ex-showroom, New Delhi), the 2023 CB350RS price begins at Rs 2,14,856 (ex-showroom, New Delhi).

Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant 2024 Honda CB350RS Scrambler
Availability Status in India Available
2-Wheeler Type Scrambler
Latest Price in India 2024 Honda CB350RS Scrambler price is Rs 2.15 lakh (ex-showroom).
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Radiant Red Metallic, Black with Pearl Sports Yellow
Official Tagline Live Your Story
On Road Price 2024 Honda CB350RS Scrambler on road price is Rs 2.47 lakh in Delhi, Rs 2.56 lakh in Mumbai, Rs 2.50 lakh in Kolkata and Rs 2.54 lakh in Chennai. The prices mentioned here are approximate and we suggest you contact your nearest Honda dealership to get the exact on-road price quote in your city.
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Vehicle Overview Honda 2-Wheelers India has officially launched the scrambler version of CB350 Highness in the Indian market. Known as CB350RS, the motorcycle is powered by the same 348.36cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine, which is good for a maximum power of 20.8HP along with a peak torque of 30Nm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The Honda CB350RS competes in the market with the likes of the recently-launched Jawa 42 Version 2.1.
Engine Details 348.36cc, Air-Cooled, Single-Cylinder, 4-Stroke SI Engine
Fuel System PGM-Fi (Programmed Fuel Injection)
Cooling Air Cooled
Engine cc (Displacement) 348.36 cc
Maximum Power 20.8 HP @ 5500 rpm
Maximum Torque 30 Nm @ 3000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Norms BS6-Compliant
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Bore 70.0 mm
Stroke 90.5 mm
Torque Control System
Number of Gears 5
Clutch Multiplate Wet, Assist and Slipper Clutch
Side Stand Engine Cut Off
Mileage Honda CB350RS mileage is 35-40 kmpl (approximate).
Performance In terms of performance, the 350cc motorcycle can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in around 12 seconds.
Top Speed Honda CB350RS top speed is 135 kmph (approximate).
Front Brake 310mm Single Disc
Rear Brake 240mm Single Disc
ABS 2-Channel ABS
Front Tyre 100/90-19 M/C 57H
Rear Tyre 150/70-17 M/C 69H
Front Wheel 19-inch
Rear Wheel 17-inch
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Braking System 2-Channel ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System)
Key Features Tuck and Roll Seat, Dual-Tone Fuel Tank, Forward Riding Position, Underseat-placed LED Tail Lamp, Sporty Grab Rails, Skid Plate, Wide Pattern Tyres, Unique Headlamp Ring, Sharp LED Turn Indicators, Black-Finished Exhaust System with Chrome-Finish Heat Shield. Digital-Analogue Instrument Cluster with Battery Voltmeter Reading, Gear Position Indicator, Mileage Indicator, and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC)
Similar Bikes Jawa 42 Version 2.1, Royal Enfield Meteor 350, Bajaj Dominar 400, Royal Enfield Classic 350, Benelli Imperiale 400
Front Suspension Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension Twin Shock Absorbers (Hydraulic)
Frame (Chassis) Half-Duplex Cradle Frame
Overall Length 2171 mm
Overall Width 804 mm
Overall Height 1097 mm
Ground Clearance 168 mm
Seat Height 800 mm
Wheelbase 1441 mm
Kerb Weight 179 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 15 litres
Seat Length 640 mm
Speedometer Analogue
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
ABS Light
Gear Indicator
Service Reminder
Distance To Empty
Real Time Mileage
Mobile Phone Connectivity Via Bluetooth
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 6Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light LED, DC
Tail Light LED
Auxiliary Light
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Electric Start
Pillion Grabrail
Pillion Footrest
Engine Stop Switch
Miscellaneous Information
Hazard Warning Switch
Ex Showroom Price vs On Road Price Ex-Showroom Price is the Manufacturing Cost of the vehicle + Dealer/Seller Profit + GST (Goods and Service Tax) + Transportation Charges (from the manufacturing plant to the dealership). On the other hand, the On-Road Price is the actual cost you pay to the dealership to make the vehicle legal to run on the roads. It includes Ex-Showroom Price in your city + RTO Charges (Vehicle Registration) + One Time Road Tax + Insurance Charges. The On-Road Price also includes some optional things like if you opt for Genuine Accessories and Extended Warranty while buying a vehicle. Please note that the On-Road Price varies a lot across different states in India due to different percentage for the State Registration Charges.

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Rs 26,000 Discount on Honda Highness CB350 and CB350RS
Rs 26,000 Discount on Honda Highness CB350 and CB350RS
Wednesday, 23 February 2022 0:00 AM

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How to improve the mileage of the Honda CB350RS?
19 September 2023 05:41

In order to improve the mileage, we would suggest you ride slower. Riding fast can reduce your fuel efficiency by up to 33% if you are travelling above 60 kmph. It is best to change gears appropriately and match the gear and the RPM carefully.

What is the waiting period for the Honda CB350RS in India?
19 September 2023 05:40

The waiting period for the bike mainly depends on the City in which you are living. The demand for the bike you are interested in among the buyers is also a key factor. If a bike is popular, it might end up in a long waiting time period. Only three months is the general waiting period for all bikes.

Which one is better between Honda CB350RS or the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650?
19 September 2023 05:34

Both the bikes are good in their own forte. the CB350RS seems like a bit of a missed opportunity from Honda. It could have used the capable foundations of the H’ness to create a more unique motorcycle with a more well-defined identity that would’ve appealed to an entirely new and different audience. Instead, it’s taken this middle-of-the-road approach and created a halfway house that we find hard to recommend to anyone except museum curators. On the other hand, the Continental GT 650 is a fun-to-ride cafe racer. The GT’s sporty riding position makes it much more suitable for twisty mountain roads and even high-speed straight-line blasts. To top things off, the twin-cylinder motor provides the performance and refinement that the 535 simply couldn’t.

What is the minimum down payment for the Honda CB350RS?
19 September 2023 05:32

If you are planning to buy a new bike on finance, then generally, a 10 to 30 percent down payment is required on the on-road price of a bike. However, exact confirmation regarding EMI, down payment, interest, loan period, and its procedure will be discussed by the bank only, as it depends upon individual eligibility. 

Does the Honda CB350RS have advanced technology?
19 September 2023 05:31

Yes, it's likely to have some modern tech features. While we don't have all the specific details yet, Honda usually adds cool technology to their bikes to enhance your riding experience such as a digital display showing important information about your ride, and maybe even the ability to connect your smartphone to the bike for things like navigation or playing music. 

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Wouldn't recommend it to anyone

Lokesh Goyal | One year ago
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I recently purchased a Honda Highness CB350 and since then, my blood pressure has been continuously increasing. Every time I ride this bike, I have been disappointed with its performance and reliability. I have had to replace the disc pads, paint, alloy wheel ring, and tyres, all within a short period of time. Adding to the misery, the Honda complaint escalation matrix and after-sales service have been extremely unhelpful and inefficient. I am now at a point where I feel like my only option is to sell the bike or let it rust further, as I can't find anything good about this bike. Overall, my experience with the Honda Highness CB350 has been totally disappointing and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

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Comfortable drive and comes with cool looks

Rahul Singh Oinam | One year ago
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The Honda Highness CB350 is a complete bike designed keeping in mind the customer-centric perspective. It offers a comfortable drive and comes with cool looks. Honda is known to provide excellent service and maintenance, so one can be rest assured about that. Its pros include a charging USB port which is now a mandatory part of life. The only con of the bike is the absence of navigation when going for a long leisure drive.

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Not good

Nimish Rai | One year ago
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After purchasing the Honda H'ness CB350 in May 2022, the chain sprocket worked well for the first 9000 km. However, at 11,000 km the chain started to make a noise and I could feel a vibration when riding. When I asked the service team about it, they said I would need to replace the chain sprocket every 10,000 km. This is something all Honda H'ness CB350 buyers should be aware of, as it may be a common issue with the chain sprocket of this bike. 

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Great choice for anyone looking for a reliable and comfortable ride

Sucheta Kundu | One year ago
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The Honda H’ness CB350 is a great choice for anyone looking for a reliable and comfortable ride. It has the power to take you wherever you need to go, and it offers great fuel economy. The road handling is excellent, making it suitable for a variety of terrain. The only downside is that the bike does not have a lot of protection from the elements, such as rain or mud. If you are looking for a bike that can take you through all kinds of weather, then the Honda H’ness CB350 is a great choice.

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Simply awesome!

Divya Gupta | One year ago
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The Honda H'ness CB350 is simply awesome! I have had two years and 20,000 kms of riding experience with this machine and all I have had to pay for apart from regular servicing is for break pads twice for the front and once for the rear, and chain sprockets after 19,500 kms. The maintenance costs for parts like break pads and chain sprockets are acceptable for the mileage that I have been getting, which is 41+ for at least the last 3,500 kms. The riding experience is 5 out of 5. The suspension is a bit harder than ordinary 150cc bikes but the traction control and slipper clutch are best in class and very useful while riding, especially in city traffic and on bad roads. Therefore, I can highly recommend this bike to anyone who wants to upgrade from the 150cc to the 350cc segment.

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