Honda is rapidly expanding its premium motorcycle portfolio in India. After the launch of the Hornet 2.0 bike that retails from Redline dealerships, the company has now rolled out the H’Ness CB 350 which is exactly like the CB350 RS. Both the bikes have the same engine, platform and frame. But some important things have been updated in the CB 350RS.
Let us know that Honda CB350RS has started delivery of the motorcycle. At the same time, the sporty variants of the H’Ness CB 350 motorcycle were launched in India last month. Honda is taking CB350RS bookings at its premium dealerships across the country – BigWing Toplines (Bigwing Topline) and BigWing (Bigwing). So let’s know what is the difference between the two 350cc bikes.
The Honda CB 350 RS has been introduced in two new color options – Radiant Red Metallic and Black with Pearl Sports Yellow. This option is different from the donor model at the moment. However, it looks a little different in the entire color option. The design has also been updated in the bikes. Which includes body panel, seat and tail section.
Honda smartphone voice control is not in the bike
Honda has removed the smartphone voice control feature from the CB 350 RS bike. However the exact same feature is given in the DLX Pro variant which is the H’Ness CBN350. Apart from this, the USB port feature has also been removed from the CB 350 RS but this feature has been given in H’Ness.
New Seat and Tail Light
The RS spec model gets a tuck and roll seat. Honda has made a lot of changes in the matter of comfort. At the same time, the design of the tail lights has also been changed, which gives the RS spec model a great look.
Everything is the same in the CB 350 RS but it comes with a different color theme. Apart from this, chrome detailing has also been reduced in sportier H’Ness.
The new RS version CB350 motorcycle feature offers larger tires and block patterns. These are fully road-focused tires. But the wheel size is different in the CB 350 RS.