Honda CB350RS launched in India @ Rs 1.96 lakh with two colour option.

Honda CB350RS pearl sports yellow
Honda CB350RS pearl sports yellow


  • Available in two colors – Radiant Red Matelic and dual-tone black with pearl sports. yellow.
  • Sportier retro design
  • Wide pattern tyres
  • Skid plates
  • Priced at Rs 1.96 lakh (Ex-showroom)
  • To be sold via Honda BigWing showrooms.

The Honda CB350RS launched in India with two color options and it is an update in the CB series of Honda. The New CB350RS has priced at Rs 1.96 lakh (Ex-showroom) and It is similar to Honda Hness CB350 which already got a positive response since its launch.

The New Honda CB350RS will also be sold through the Honda’s BigWing outlets.

Talking about the design, the Honda CB350RS looks similar to Hness CB350 which has a round LED headlight and a retro-style look. The bike has a semi-digital instrument console and a tuck-and-roll design seat. It is available in two colors options – Radiant Red Matelic and dual-tone black with pearl sports. yellow.

Honda CB350RS Radiant matellic red

The additional features of the bike include Y-shaped alloy wheel, wide pattern tyre like the Bajaj V15, front fork boots to resemble the retro look, full LED lighting, skit plate and an under-seat sleek tail light with modern look plastic mudguard.

Talking about the engine specification, the CB350RS comes with a 350 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which produces 20.7bhp at 5500 rpm and 30Nm peak torque at 3000 rpm. The bike has 5 speed gearbox and slipper clutch. for safety it has Honda selectable torque control and Dual channel ABS.

The CB350RS is a sportier version of Honda Hness CB350 that’s why some of the elements of the bike are different from Harness 350 like the seating posture. The motorcycle comes with telescopic forks at the front and twin hydraulic suspension at the rear.

The bike has 310mm disc at the front and 240 mm disc at the rear. The kerb weight of the bike is 179kg. 

The Honda CB350RS will compete with the Royal Enfield Meteor 350, Royal Enfield Classic 350, and Benelli imperiale 400.