From the latest news, the upcoming 2021 Honda CB350 will roar into the mid-size motorcycle segment later this year. The new model will be refreshed, and it will introduce more improvements than the previous one.
Unlike the current model, the new one will come with the updated front fascia with handlebars, suspension, and large wheels. However, the refreshed version will be powered by the same 350cc air-cooled 4 Stroke single-cylinder engine delivering excellent performance.
2021 Honda CB350 Features
The forthcoming 2021 Honda CB350 will introduce more upgrades than ever. Generally, it’s a mix of retro and modern styling, and we like it. The built quality is excellent, and the new model comes with a massive shaped design that radiates Honda’s originality. Unlike the previous bike, the redesigned CB350 will feature a new LED headlight, a slipper clutch, and new front and rear disc brakes with standard ABS.
As you can see, the design is better and is more attractive. On top of that, Honda added a new instrument cluster with an analog speedometer with a digital display and warning lights. One can customize the digital display and put information on the main screen like the fuel gauge, clock, gear indicator, and trip odometer. Also, Bluetooth connectivity is available, which is a big plus.
2021 Honda CB350 Engine Specs and Performance
The latest 2021 Honda CB350 is a motorcycle that will use the same engine as the predecessor. That means it will use the same 350cc air-cooled 4 Stroke single-cylinder engine delivering the outstanding performance of 21 hp and 22 lb-ft. Besides, this retro-styled model will be available for the first time with advanced PGM-FI technology.
It also uses a standard five-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch and Honda Selectable Torque Control. For comparison, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 uses a 346cc air-cooled, carburetor-fueled single-cylinder powertrain capable of delivering similar performances.
Release Date and Price
The release date of the 2021 Honda CB350 is set for the next year due to a pandemic situation. According to some reports, CB350 might finally reach U.S shores. This model will introduce retro styling with modern lines and a powerful 350cc engine. No details of the pricing have been available yet, but we can expect it to be very soon.