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This is the difference between the Honda Highness CB350 and the Royal Infield Classic 350


Rabindra Dhungel, 4 October 2020. In India, Honda has unveiled the Honda Highness CB350, which is expected to compete with the Royal Infield Classic 350 in the market. Produced in retro style, the Highness CB competes with the best-selling Royal Infield Classic 350 in recent times.

Honda has priced the Honda Hynes CB at Rs 190,000 in the market. Similarly, the price of Royal Infield Classic 350 in the market is 1 lakh 67 thousand Bharu.

The Hynes CB has a 348.36 cc single cylinder air-cooled engine that generates 20.8 bhp of power and 30 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. The Royal Enfield has 346 cc, which generates 19.1 bhp of power and 28 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm.

At a glance, Honda’s Hynes CB is small. But it is heavy because of the metal body. Which weighs 181 kilograms. The bike has a smartphone voice control system. The front of the bike is equipped with LED lights. It has tubeless tires with 17-inch alloy wheels. Both wheels have disc brakes. This bike is available in two variants DLX and DLX Pro. Similarly, Royal Infield Classic 350 is also popular in the market due to its own features. Bikes are also available in different variants. It has freight tires with 19 inch wheels. Its fuel capacity is 13.5 liters.

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