Honda CB350 RS Scrambler 2021 Price in India, Honda CB350 Scrambler Launch Live Updates: The new motorcycle has been teased a couple of instances currently and it would probably be a scrambler or a cafe racer version of the H’ness.

  • 12:29 (IST)16 FEB 2021: Bookings & deliveries
    • Mass production is set to begin soon and the deliveries will begin in early March. Bookings for the CB350 RS have been opened at all Honda Big Wing showrooms.

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  • 12:25 (IST)16 FEB 2021: CB350 for India
    • Both the H’ness CB350 and CB350 RS have been launched specifically for the India market, however, Honda plans to export them to international markets in the future.

  • 12:21 (IST)16 FEB 2021: CB350 RS price out!
The new Honda CB350 RS has been launched at Rs 1.96 lakh (ex-showroom).
The new Honda CB350 RS has been launched at Rs 1.96 lakh (ex-showroom).

  • 12:15 (IST)16 FEB 2021: CB350 RS
    • The motorcycle has been christened CB350 RS!

  • 12:14 (IST)16 FEB 2021: H’ness CB350 is rather popular
    • 10,000 units of the H’mess CB350 have been sold already. Honda also does community rides for its CB customers. Big WIng dealership network currently has 50 touchpoints across India.

  • 11:10 (IST)16 FEB 2021: Smartphone connectivity
    • The new Honda scrambler will likely feature HSVCS (Honda Smartphone Voice Control System) which can be used for navigation on the go, however, the rider will need to use Bluetooth earphones to operate the system.

  • 11:03 (IST)16 FEB 2021: Instrument cluster
    • It could share the digital-analogue instrument cluster with the H’ness as well, which integrates details like HSTC, ABS, side stand indicator with engine inhibitor, ECO indicator, mileage features, HSVCS (smartphone connectivity), gear position indicator and battery voltage meter. The fuel efficiency details would include real-time mileage, average mileage, and distance to empty.

  • 10:50 (IST)16 FEB 2021: HSTC system
    • Like the H’ness CB350, the new motorcycle could also get Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC). The system helps maintain rear-wheel traction by detecting the difference between the front and rear wheel speeds, calculating the slip ratio, and further controlling engine torque via fuel injection. HSTC can be turned switched off.

  • 10:40 (IST)16 FEB 2021: H’ness CB350 so far.
    • The H’ness CB350 is quite a hit with classic motorcycle lovers and is currently the only one that poses a real challenge against the Royal Enfield classic bike lineup and also the newly-launched Meteor 350.

  • 10:30 (IST)16 FEB 2021: The same engine from the H’ness
    • The new motorcycle will most likely come powered by the same 348cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that powers the H’ness CB350. It remains to be seen if Honda would retune the engine which makes 20.8 hp and 30 Nm on the H’ness.

  • 10:15 (IST)16 FEB 2021: Sportier than H’ness?
    • The seat also looks shorter compared to the one on the H’ness and these changes could mean this one will have a more sporty and modern appeal to it.

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  • 10:00 (IST)16 FEB 2021: LED lighting and a dark theme
    • Based on the teaser images, it would come with LED lighting and likely a darker theme, which would be quite the opposite of the H’ness CB350. The rear end of the upcoming motorcycle looks tidier than the H’ness as well.

  • 09:45 (IST)16 FEB 2021: What to expect
    • Speculations suggest that it will be a scrambler or a cafe racer. The teaser also confirms that the said model will be retailed through Honda’s BigWing dealership network, the same channel that also sells the H’ness CB350 and the rest of the company’s higher capacity bikes. Expect a price tag slightly bigger than the H’ness which retails at Rs 1.87 lakh (ex-showroom).

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