The Honda H’Ness CB350 got a very successful release a few months ago along with its main competitor Royal Enfield Meteor 350. Honda managed to ship 1,000 units in less than a month, and now they have decided to put the price up for both trim variants of this low-displacement bike.
A questionable move by Honda? Quite possibly, as the CB350 is a direct competitor to the Meteor 350, with a similar style and displacement. Maybe this move will make the buying decision more difficult for more customers, but time will provide us with a definite answer.
Right now, if we convert the prices from the Indian rupees, the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 sits between $2,400 (or €1,974/£1,779) and $2,590 (or €2,130/£1,920), which depends on the trim level you choose.
On the other hand, the base CB350 model costs $2,540 (or €2,089/£1,883) almost the same as the best Meteor 350 trim level – the Supernova. If you wish to get the higher trim level, expect to pay around $2,610 (or €2,146/£1,935).
Let’s see how will this price increase reflect on the overall sale results of the CB350!
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Source: Web Bike World