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Honda launches the H'ness CB350 starting around Rs.1.90 lakh

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  • #16
    Re: Honda launches the H'ness CB350 starting around Rs.1.90 lakh

    I think Honda should be making CB350 available from the regular dealerships in coming days on need basis.

    The bike has it's pros and cons but Honda should get a pat on the back for at least trying an affordable retro tourer in this challenging time.
    The other Japs are still sleeping!
    A bike on the road is worth two in the shed.

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    • #17
      Re: Honda launches the H'ness CB350 starting around Rs.1.90 lakh

      Leaf through it for a while to see, although I've heard a lot about it, good things

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      • #18
        Re: Honda launches the H'ness CB350 starting around Rs.1.90 lakh

        Youtuber Abhinav Bhatt has just done a video on the OEM accessories available for CB 350. What is good is that the accessories are extremely well priced....Other than the fact that the bike is available only through Big Wing dealerships, the bike price and that of the accessories seems to be very encouraging. RE will seriously have to do a one up while launching meteor and it's accessories. They have been charging a premium all this while on all the OE accessories. Here is the link to the video...

        https://youtu.be/zHpdhl0YH1Q

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        • #19
          Re: Honda launches the H'ness CB350 starting around Rs.1.90 lakh

          Originally posted by Mr_Many_Places View Post
          It is really great to see HMSI waking up. I guess RE knew HMSI was cooking up something in their backyard as they have delayed the launch of the Meteor. Coupled with the "Big Wing Dealership" where we will see this bike stationed, Honda wants to play the premium game much more seriously now. Classic Legends (Jawa) is dead, which was only a hype and no proper chiseled product. I do not why but this bike does remind me a bit of the Kawasaki W800. HMSI is now surely going to bring in many more premium models to suffice the need of a premium dealer strategy.
          What happened to Jawa?

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          • #20
            Re: Honda launches the H'ness CB350 starting around Rs.1.90 lakh

            Originally posted by Maxsteel View Post
            What happened to Jawa?

            They are back to where there were before Mahindra pumped some air into their air filters . Hardly any sales, incomplete product and lack of push from Mahindra as well. They have spent too much time perfecting the old formula which has made their senses devoid of the reason that the game and consumer need has moved on. They have now made the same mistake twice (Mojo) and I even read many of their dealers have moved to other players as well.
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