Honda CB350 RS
About Honda CB350 RS
Honda CB350 RS is a new street motorcycle from Honda where RS stands for ‘Road Sailing’. Moreover, this bike is targeted towards the younger audience with its sportier and enriching riding experience.
Honda H’ness CB350 Price: Talking of the latest cost, this model price in Nepal is Rs. 9,79,000.
Honda CB 350 RS Design: The design and appearance of Honda CB350 RS are similar to its silbing, H’ness CB350. However, the sporty character make it stand out. It features modern-retro styling providing the bike an attractive look. At the front, it has a circular LED headlight, tall-set handlebar, black smoked fender, and round rear-view mirrors. The rear section comes with underseat tailight while the seat has a tuck and roll design with sporty pillion grabrail. This motorcycle is offered in two colors: Black with Pearl Sports Yellow and Radiant Red Metallic. Furthermore, the fuel tank has a dual-tone finish painted in Black with Pearl Sports Yellow.
Honda CB 350 RS Engine: Regarding the engine of Honda CB350 RS, it is powered by the same 348.36 cc, four-stroke, SI motor as Highness. It can deliver 20.78 bhp of maximum power at 5,500 rpm and 30 Nm of peak torque at 3,000 rpm providing an excellent driving experience. The BS6-compliant engine can provide a claimed top speed of 115 Kmph. Furthermore, the bike uses a Multi-Plate wet clutch and comes with a 5-speed transmission gearbox.
Honda CB 350 RS Mileage: As for fuel efficiency, the company claims it to provide 35kmpl of mileage.
Honda CB 350 RS Dimensions: CB350 RS is 2171 mm in length, 804 mm in width, and 1097 mm in height. It also weighs around 179kg which is actually 2 kg lighter than Highness 350. This bike also comes with ground clearance of 168mm, while the seat height is 800mm. Furthermore, the bulky fuel tank is measured at 15-liter.
Honda CB 350 RS Hardware: The new CB350 RS uses a half-duplex cradle frame underneath the body. The suspension units include front telescopic and twin-hydraulic suspension at the rear. A 310mm single disc upfront and a 240mm single rear disc handle the braking duties. Additonally, dual-channel ABS comes as standard. This bike also gets Y-shaped alloy wheels. It has 100/90 and 150/70 wide pattern tubeless tyres at front and back respectively.
Honda CB 350 RS Features: The Honda CB350 RS gets a semi-digital instrument cluster that displays standard info and other additional details such as an eco-indicator, real-time fuel economy, average fuel economy, and distance to empty.
Honda CB 350 RS Rivals: Talking about rivals, this bike competes with the likes of Royal Enfield's Meteor 350 and Jawa 42.