For India, the Honda H`ness CB350 was already presented. Rumors of at least one other model have been around for a while, and now a slightly sportier version of the Highness has been unveiled.
The CB350 is very popular in India and was able to sell 10,000 units in just three months. Best conditions for the sister model CB350 RS.
Same technology, modified look
Technically, the two models do not differ. The differences are purely visual. Both are powered by the air-cooled 348cc single cylinder. It produces 21 PS and 30 Nm. However, at 179 kg, the RS is two kilos lighter than its sister model.
Comparing the two models, it is noticeable that the seat and the rear have been changed. The grab handle of the H`ness is now a strap on the new and narrower seat. The tail light has been integrated into it and is no longer on the chrome fender. The fender was changed to a fender/number plate holder combination. The rear muffler was mounted steeper.
The rim size on the rear wheel was reduced from 19 inches to 17 inches and the tire size was widened from 130 to 150. Also new are the bellows on the fork and the engine protection plate under the single cylinder.
The Honda CB350 RS is offered in Radiant Red Metallic or two-tone Black with Pearl Sports Yellow.
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