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Honda CB350RS vs Royal Enfield Classic 350: Honda CB350RS starting price is Rs. 2.05 lakh, while the Royal Enfield Classic is Rs.350. 1.90 lakh stated mileage In terms of mechanical specifications, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 has a 349.34 cc engine while the Honda CB350RS has a 348.36 cc engine. Compared to the 15 colors offered by the Royal Enfield Classic 350, the Honda CB350RS is offered in 3 different colours. Royal Enfield Classic 350 and Honda CB350RS can be compared on the basis of price and features.

Honda CB350RS vs Royal Enfield Classic 350: Features

Engine type 4 stroke and SI engine Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air-oil cooled
Maximum power 21.1PS @ 5500rpm 20.2 PS @ 6100 rpm
Maximum torque 30Nm @ 3000rpm 27 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Engine capacity 348.36 cc 349 cc
No. of cylinders 1
No. Valves per cylinder 2 2
Bore x stroke 70mm x 90.5mm 72 mm x 85.8 mm
Cooling type Air cooled Air and oil cooling
TYPE Manual Manual
Number of gears 5 speed 5 speed
the fuel PGM-FI
Configuration Single cylinder
Front disc/drum size 310 mm 300 mm
Rear disc/drum size 240 mm 153 mm
Next type Disc Disc
The previous type Disc the drum
Front tire size 100/90-19 100/90-19
Rear tire size 130/70-18 120/80-18

Dimensions and chassis

Curb Weight (kg) 179 195
Overall Length (mm) 2,171 is 2,145 is
Overall Width (mm) 804 785
Overall Height (mm) is 1,097 is 1,090
Wheelbase (mm) is 1,441 1,390 is
Ground Clearance (mm) 168 170
Seat Height (mm) 800 805
Type of chassis Half duplex crib Twin downtube spine frame

Features

Instrument console Analog and digital Analog and digital
navigation
USB charging port
speedometer analog analog
tripmeter Digital analog
Odometer Digital Digital
Additional features of the variant Hazard switch, torque control, gear position indicator, roaring exhaust note Air Cleaner – Paper Element, Lubrication – Wet Sump Forced Lubrication
Seat type Single Single
the clock Digital
Passenger footrest
Distance to empty indicator

Mileage and performance

City mileage 41.55 kmpl
Highway mileage 37.77 kmpl
Acceleration (0-80 kmph) 7.30 seconds 9.53 seconds
Acceleration (0-100 kmph) 11.99 seconds 16.30 seconds
quarter mile 18.04s @ 109.57kph sec
Roll-on (30-70 kmph) 6.13 seconds 6.97 seconds
Roll-on (40-80 kmph) 8.58 seconds 9.46 seconds
Braking (60-0 kmph) 17.55 seconds 18.01 seconds
Braking (0-80 kmph) 31.00 seconds 31.93 seconds
Braking (100-0 kmph) 50.19 seconds 45.01 seconds

conclusion

The BS6 Classic 350 is the most reasonably priced of the bunch compared to its competitors, including the CB350. It definitely lacks the equipment and performance that the CB350 provides, at least on paper. However, the most important point is that Indian buyers don’t buy the Classic 350 for its features. It is bought for its history and unique Royal Enfield thud. The Honda CB350, on the other hand, will win your heart if you don’t mind spending a lot of money and are looking for some modern features hidden under the hood of a motorcycle with a vintage charm.

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