Leaked: Honda CB350 Cafe Racer set to launch in India soon

Honda CB350 Cafe Racer will be powered by the same engine as the CB350.

Honda has recently been busy expanding its BigWing network and product portfolio, and it appears that there will be another addition to the lineup. According to the leaked images, the new bike will have a cafe racer aesthetic while sharing its underpinnings with the Honda H’ness CB350.

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Honda CB350 CAFE Racer: WHat’s New ?

Honda will soon release a new cafe racer motorcycle based on the CB350 to give customers more options in the 350cc segment. Honda has chosen to compete with Royal Enfield, and this new motorcycle is expected to boost its chances in this market. The motorcycle, which is expected to be called the Honda CB350 Cafe Racer, has been shown to dealers. The launch is scheduled for next month. It will have a single seat in the Cafe Racer style, a revised headlamp cowl, black alloys, a black engine with a chrome Honda logo, and other features.

When it comes to the new Honda CB350 Cafe Racer, the motorcycle has a neo-retro design. Round headlamps, sculpted fuel tank, single piece seat, chrome finish exhaust, alloy wheels, an all-LED setup, and a semi-digital instrument cluster are among the key features. It also has a USB charging port for smartphones.

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Engine and Transmission of Honda CB350 Cafe Racer

Honda’s 350 cc Cafe Racer will be powered by the same engine as the CB350. It is rated at 21.07 ps at 5500 rpm and 30 Nm at 3000 rpm. It is mated to a 5-speed transmission. The motorcycle will also share a number of components with the CB350. This will assist Honda in lowering costs and increasing production efficiency. Its cafe racer version, like the CB350, could be outfitted with assist and slipper clutch, dual channel ABS, Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), and Honda Smartphone Voice Control system (HSVCS).

The instrument panel, which displays information such as average mileage, real-time mileage, gear position indicator, distance to empty, and battery voltage, could also be the same. Expect prices to range between Rs 2.2 lakh and Rs 2.3 lakh ex-showroom. More information will be released at the launch event next month.


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