2021 Latest Honda CB350 Launched In Nepal.

Syakar Trading, the official distributor of Honda motorbikes in Nepal, has imported the standard version of Honda CB350 in Nepal.

Some of you would have already known that it is a classic motorcycle. As for now, the Honda company has opened booking for only this variant. 

The booking price for the Honda CB350 DLX is Rs. 6.99 lakhs, and later it might get a bit higher up to Rs. 7.5 lakhs in the Nepali market.

As the market for classic motorcycles has been growing in Nepal since last year.

The Company was on the survey of H’ness CB 350, including their potential customer interest.

If the customers’ feedback is satisfying, the Company will launch new variants such as CB350 DLX Pro and CB350 RS (Scrambler) within some months.


For now, let’s know what CB350 DLX has to offer:

Aesthetics & Appearance 

Honda CB350
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The classic motorbike Honda H’ness is built in India. It has a retro look that features a round headlight, giving complete classic vibes to it. 

The more significant CB 1100 EX inspires the H’ness.

It comprises a curved fuel tank, chopped fenders, leather tan seat, while alloy wheels and all blacked-out factors also lend it a modern appeal.

Honda CB350
Instrumental Cluster

It also includes chrome fenders and chrome finish exhaust along with a single pod instrument cluster.

Even though it carries a retro highlighting style, it comprises some modern features as well.

It has a complete LED lighting arrangement, semi-digital instrumental clusters, Bluetooth connectivity, traction control, dual-channel ABS, and a slipper clutch.

Honda CB350

The H’ness will have to compete directly with Java 42 and Royal Enfield Classic 350.

The battleground is about to get heated up.

The price of this desirable design motorcycle in India is set at 190,000 Indian rupees. Its starting price in Nepal is 650,000 and will go up to Rs. 7.5 lakhs.

Engine & Performance

Honda CB350

The H’ness CB350 is powered by a 348.36 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. 

The engine generates 20.5 bhp at 5,500 rpm of maximum power and a maximum torque of 30 Nm at 3,000 rpm.

Its motor is grasped by a double-cradle frame, directly related to the shock absorber and telescopic forks.

It is mated with five-speed manual gear transmission.

It offers you some additional performance assist features like Assist slipper clutch (HSTC) 

Honda Selectable Torque Control, Main Shaft Coaxial balancer, and Roaring Exhaust Note.

Variants & Colors

Furthermore, the Company has launched it in two different variants:

  • DLX.
  • DLX PRO: This variant includes a dual-tone paint scheme and features like a Honda smartphone voice control system, traction control, and dual-channel ABS.
  • CB350 RS (Scrambler).

Now coming to its choice of colors, the Honda H’ness comes in three different color options.

Honda CB350
Color options

The DLX Form is available in a Pearl Night Star Black, Matte Marshal Green Metallic, and a Precious Red Metallic.

The DLX Proform comes with Pearl Night Black, Matte Steel Black Metallic along with Silver stripes, and an Athletic Blue Metallic paint featuring white stripes on the tank.

Wheels, Brakes, and Suspension

Honda CB350
Brakes and Suspensions

The new H’ness comprises Disc brakes on both wheels while the front brake’s size is 310 mm, and the rear is 240 mm, respectively.

It has alloy wheels on both sides, while the front wheels’ size is 19 inches, and the rear is 18 inches.

To add some more detail, here’s the exact size of the front tyre: (100/90-19M/C 57H) while the size of the rear tyre: (130/70-18M/C 63H).

Moving towards its suspension, it has a telescopic front suspension and a Twin-hydraulic rear suspension.

Chassis and Dimensions

Honda CB350

The new Honda H’ness has a Half Duplex Cradle type of chassis.

The overall length of H’ness is 2163 mm, and the overall width is 800 mm.

The overall height is 1107 mm, whereas its seat height is 800 mm. The wheelbase and the ground clearance are 1441 mm and 166 mm, respectively.

The curb weight of this bike is 181 kg.

So, there we have available info about the Honda H’ness to date.

Features look great till now; the available color options do compliments its looks and style. 

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