New Delhi. Two-wheeler manufacturer Honda may soon introduce a new two-wheeler in the Indian market. The company recently applied to trademark the name CB350 Brigade. This application is currently in the stage of passing the formality check and after clearing the entire stage this name will be registered for Honda. Speculation is rife that this name could be used for the Force-themed variant of the H’ness CB350. At the same time, it can be used for the model launched on August 8.
The main rival of Honda CB 350 is Royal Enfield and their Classic 350. It sold 25,425 units in June 2022 and 29,959 units in May 2022. Where as Honda H’ness CB350 sold 3308 units in May 2022. CB350 makes 20 ,78 hp and 30 Nm, which is higher than 20.2 hp. and 27 Nm on the Classic 350. The transmission uses a 5-speed manual gearbox and disc brakes on the front and rear wheels with a single-channel anti-lock braking system (ABS).
One can expect the Honda CB350 to get the same vibe as the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signals Edition. It could also have numbering like the Signal version and get special colors. Currently, the Honda CB350 range starts at Rs 1.95 Lakh (ex-showroom). Expect the Brigade variant to be priced at Rs 15,000.
The Honda Highness CB 350 Anniversary Edition is available in two colors – Pearl Igneous Black and Matte Marshall Green Metallic. Gold emblems are placed on the tank and side panels. The bike gets a brown split seat, chrome side stand and the anniversary edition logo on the fuel tank. Additionally, the synchronized crown handle with different color options retains its classic look.