Honda’s new 350cc bike will compete with Royal Enfield’s Hunter 350, it could be the price

Honda’s new 350cc bike will compete with Royal Enfield’s Hunter 350, it could be the price


People constantly rely on motorcycles to keep up with the rapidly changing world. They know how much work is done in a day with the help of this. These days the demand for motorcycles above 300 cc is increasing in the Indian market. Although Royal Enfield is the king in this segment but companies like Honda, Jawa-Yezdi, BMW and TVS are also gearing up for challenges. These are all pressed firmly. Now Honda will also launch a new model Honda CB350F in the 350 cc segment after its popular motorcycle Honda H’ness CB350 and Honda CB359 RS. It will be released today. This bike will directly compete with Royal Enfield’s new Hunter 350 motorcycle.

Let us tell you that Honda released a lot of teaser videos before the launch of the CB350F. Based on this, it can be said that the bike will come in the roadster segment. Honda released a teaser saying The Formidable is coming soon. This bike will compete with TVS, Royal Enfield and Jawa-Yezdi bikes. This 350cc motorcycle will be developed on the CB350 platform. It will be powered by a 349cc air-cooled engine. This engine is capable of generating 21 PS of power and 30 Nm of torque. However, it may differ slightly from its brother in appearance and characteristics.

According to media reports, the look and design of this upcoming Honda motorcycle will be sporty and fresh. This means that he will attract the young to himself. Moreover, the bike will be furnished with the latest and smart features. It is believed that the starting price of this new Honda motorcycle could be Rs 1.85 lakh. Honda currently has two popular bikes in this 350cc segment. Honda H’ness CB350 is priced in the range of Rs 1.98 to 2.06 Lakh. Also, the Honda CB350 RS is priced between Rs 2.03 lakh and Rs 2.04 lakh. For the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 launched a day ago, you will have to pay between 1.50 to 169 lakhs. The mileage of both its Metro and Retro variants is 36.2 kmpl.



IndianLekhak Editor

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