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Honda CB350RS 2021 Bike Delivery Started: Price and Features

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India have announced that it has started delivery of the all-new Honda CB350RS 2021 Bike in the country. 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 and BigWing. The company currently has 6 BigWing Toplines and 26 BigWing dealerships in India.

Honda CB350RS Price and Color

The Honda CB350RS 2021 motorcycle has a radiant red metallic color ex-showroom price in Delhi at Rs 1,96,000 and its ex-showroom price in Delhi in Black with Pearl Sports Yellow Color is Rs 1,98,000. Honda says that the new CB 350RS is the second mid-size ‘Made in India’ motorcycle in its CB family.

Honda CB350RS Engine

The Honda CB350RS 2021 bike gets a 350 cc, air-cooled 4-stroke OHC single-cylinder engine. This engine generates a maximum power of 15.5 kW at 5500 rpm and a peak torque of 30 Nm at 3000 rpm. Modern PGMA-FI systems with onboard sensors provide proper delivery of fuel according to riding conditions and reduce emissions by making combustion effective.
All the features make it an easy and luxurious motorcycle for everyday travel in cities. The engine uses an offset cylinder position which reduces sliding friction and the asymmetrical connecting rod ensures that energy loss during combustion is minimized. The energy loss due to internal friction is reduced due to the closed crankcase along the wall between the crankcase and the transmission.
The main shaft coaxial balancer on the cylinder reduces primary and secondary vibration and makes the CB350RS the best companion for your riding. The CB350RS comes with a large tailpipe that balances fine with muffler capability and provides a bold low-pitch sound.

Honda CB350RS Look and Style

The new Honda CB350RS 2021 has been introduced with a luxurious lure and design that fits in urban style. The fuel tank has a shiny bold Honda badging that gives it a heritage look. The 7-Y Shape’s alloy wheels not only improve the handling of the bike and make the bike lighter but also gives it a special modern roadster look.
The round shape’s LED headlamps and unique ring design give it a retro-modern look. The i-shape LED winkers and under-seat sleek LED tail lamps, a light black smoked front, and rear fender give the CB350RS a sporty image. Along with this, a muffler, the smokey-black finish has been given on the side of this bike which looks even more luxurious with chrome. Fork boots on the front suspension give it a rugged look while sporty-looking grab rails make the CB350RS design extremely special.

Honda CB350RS 2021 Technology

The CB350 RS features Honda’s most modern technology, giving it a great ride experience. Assist and slipper clutch smooth gear shifting for the first time in this segment’s bike and reduce the clutch lever operation load to ensure that the ride remains comfortable and that the rider is not fatigued even when changing gears repeatedly.

The vintage look segment has for the first time been given a modern digital-analog speedometer that provides all kinds of information such as torque control, ABS, side stand indicator with engine inhibitor, gear position indicator, and battery voltage.

Fuel efficiency details are available in three modes, which makes the ride experience even better.

  • Real-Time Mileage: Displays live mileage.
  • Average Mileage: It displays the average mileage based on the riding pattern and conditions.
  • Distance to Empty: This tells how much distance your CB350RS can cover until the fuel runs out in the tank.

Honda CB350RS HSTC Technology

For the first time in the segment, Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), the Smart Torque Control System helps maintain real wheel traction by identifying the difference between the front and rear wheel speed and provides information on slip ratio and engine through fuel injection. Maintains control over. The HSTC can be turned on and off with the help of a switch on the left side of the meter. A ‘T’ indicator in the digital display starts flashing when the system is active.

Honda CB350RS Special

The dual-channel prevents ABS wheels from locking when the brakes are applied to the emergency or when you are riding on a slippery road. This gives you unique confidence during riding. The motorcycle offers proper braking performance in every situation with a large 310mm disc brake on the front and a 240mm rear disc. The ‘tuck and roll’ design on the seat gives better cushioning and makes the daily commute comfortable. During the ride of the CB350RS, the driver is leaning forward and maintains posture according to the sporty riding stance.
The large section front suspension not only gives it a great imposing image but also makes the ride comfortable on difficult roads. The bike’s 100/90 front and 150/70 wide pattern tires in the rear increase stability under various riding conditions and give a better grip on the road. The 19-inch front wheel and 17-inch rear wheel give it a modern look with a low rear stance.

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Dharamveer Singh
Dharamveer Singh
Dharamveer Singh is a content writer at Tech Gami. He has 1-year of experience in content writing. He is making content for the latest technology, Cars, Education.


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