Honda brings Hness CB350 to end market Royal Enfield 350cc segment, bullet fades for looks and features too

Honda brought Hness CB350 to end the Royal Enfield 350cc segment market. Bullet also faded for looks and features Royal Enfield sells two popular bikes in the 350cc segment, Bullet 350 and Classic 350. In 2020, Honda launched the H’ness CB350 to compete with Royal Enfield, which competes directly with the Royal Enfield Classic 350. This motorcycle is the segment leader and best-selling motorcycle for Royal Enfield.

Honda brings Hness CB350 to end market Royal Enfield 350cc segment, bullet fades for looks and features too

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To end the Royal Enfield 350cc segment market, Honda released the Hness CB 350. Bullet also faded for looks and functions Do you also want to buy a motor from the 350 cc motorcycle segment? And if you’re confused about H’ness and Classic 350, here we’ll tell you which bike is best for you by comparing both bikes.

Which is the best in features? Which is the best in features?

In terms of features, the H’ness CB350 is ahead of the Classic 350. It gets all LED lighting, alloy wheels as standard, Bluetooth connectivity and traction control. On the other hand, the Classic 350 still gets halogen bulbs. Royal Enfield has added a fuel gauge and USB port to the bike and is also getting tripper navigation as an accessory.

Which bike is more comfortable? Which bike is more comfortable?

Honda introduced Hness CB350 to end the Royal Enfield 350cc segment market. For appearance and functions, the bullet is also faded. The H’ness CB350 gets better handling from both engines. The main reason behind this is that it has less weight. The H’ness CB350 weighs 181 kg, while the Classic 350 weighs 195 kg. This is why it is quite easy to ride this bike in crowded areas.

Honda brings Hness CB350 to end market Royal Enfield 350cc segment, bullet fades for looks and features too

The Honda H’ness CB350 gets a much lighter clutch compared to the Classic 350. So it’s quite easy to drive in traffic. Also, the CB350 gets soft suspension, meaning it’s better able to handle speed breakers and rough stretches of road. The H’ness CB350 is a faster bike compared to the Classic 350. It gets long gearing, strong mid-range and top end, despite being a long-stroke engine. The gearbox also shifts smoothly and gets a slip-and-assist clutch.