Honda is bringing H'ness CB400, will be launched next year

The Honda H'ness CB 400 is expected to be launched around March 2021 and the bike will be above the H'ness CB 350 at the Big Wing dealership.

Honda CB 350 H'ness

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India launched its new retro-style bike Honda H'ness CB350 in India in late September 2020 with a highly competitive price tag, priced at Rs. 1.85 lakhs for the DLX variant and Rs. 1.90 lakhs for the DLX Pro variant (ex-showroom, New Delhi).

In India, this bike competes with the entry-level motorcycles of Royal Enfield and now more than 1000 units have been produced. The company is excited by the response to the H'ness CB350 and we have already confirmed that the company will launch a Cafe Racer based on the CB350 in the coming days.

Besides, Honda is working on plans to expand the Big Wing dealerships and the company will add four to five new models to the Big Wing portfolio over the next one to two years. The company is also going to add the BSVI complaint CB300R to the lineup soon.

Also, the Japanese manufacturer will undertake the search for the sub-500cc segment, which may thus include middleweight bikes as compared to Royal Enfield motorcycle. Overall it is clear that the company may add several new vehicles to its Big Wing dealership in the coming years.

Honda CB350 H'ness features

As part of this expansion plan, we can tell you that the entry-level H'ness range will be expanded and according to our sources, the Honda H'ness CB400 is expected to be launched around March 2021. The price of this bike can be higher than the current CB350 with a bigger engine. This bike will be above the H'ness CB 350.

This new bike can get CB350's Honda smartphone voice control system, Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), Assist/slipper clutch, Dual-channel ABS and Access features like Music, Phone calls, incoming messages and Navigation etc feature will be part of the package.

Currently, the CB350 is powered by a 348 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces 20.8 hp and 30 Nm of torque. As such, the CB400 is expected to have more power and torque output with a larger engine. This bike can also be influenced by the CB series retro style.

The Honda CB400 has the potential to create its niche. In just a month, the brand has doubled its Big Wing outlets and its reach will be expanded as, by the end of this month, 25 more dealerships will be opened across the country.

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