Honda Hness CB 350 is one of the latest entries in Honda’s mid-size motorcycle segment. Honda is attempting to compete with the RE Bullet 350, which has dominated this segment for decades. We’ve already ridden this bike, but this time we’ll let the owner tell us about his experiences with it.
The first question I asked the owner was, “Despite the fact that Royal Enfield is the king of entry-level classic bikes in India, why would you choose to go down a different road by choosing Honda?”
The owner stated that he desired a bike that was not common, and that it should have a distinct identity. Another reason for choosing the CB 350 Hness is the feature it provides. According to the owner, there are no complaints about the materials or the paint finish in terms of quality.
He also stated that there is no vibration in the bike while riding, which was yet another reason for us to consider that bike.
He went with the Hness DLX Pro variant. The DLX Pro variant adds dual-tone paint, dual horns (with chrome covers), and the Bluetooth-enabled Honda Smart Voice Control (HSVC) system for an extra Rs 5,000. It enables the rider to connect a smartphone to the compact analogue-digital instrument cluster, which alerts the rider to incoming calls, reads messages, and plays music via a dedicated Honda app.
In the interview, he also stated that during a short trip to Jewar with a pillion, the pillion did not feel comfortable because the pillion seat is very small. So he decided to purchase a backrest for the bike to make the pillion rider more comfortable.
You can watch the full interview here for more information.