Honda hikes the price of the CB 350 series owing to new taxation policy

Two of Honda’s 350cc cruiser bike models have gotten pricier on account of the new taxation policy on vehicles in Nepal. The CB 350, which debuted here in June 2021, has garnered good response in the span of a year. But now, as a result of the government’s revised excise and customs duty policy, Syakar Trading–the authorised dealer for Honda automobiles–has increased the price of the CB 350 models by up to Rs 1 lakh.

The price of the CB 350 H’ness has been increased by Rs 73,000–to Rs 8,48,900. And the price for the RS model is set at Rs 8,98,900–which is Rs 1 lakh pricier than before.


The Honda CB 350–which inhabits the middle-weight, modern-classic segment–features a retro cosmetic theme, and its design is heavily influenced by the larger CB 1100 EX. The bike comes with advanced features and technology. Among them are a prominent round LED headlamp, tail lamps, and side indicators with a fire-ring design. The curvy fuel tank, which prominently features the ‘HONDA’ emblem, extends to the seat, which is tan leather. The chopped fenders, chrome-finished exhaust, and some of the blacked-out elements on the motorcycle help to enhance its modernistic appeal.


The CB 350 RS comes with a semi-digital instrument cluster that shows a whole host of helpful information: distance to empty, average mileage, real-time mileage, battery voltage, gear position, etc. It gets safety features like the Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), which adjusts the engine power to optimise torque for the rear wheel, thus reducing rear-wheel slip (it can be turned on/off via a switch), and dual-channel ABS.

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Engine type4-stroke, SI engine
Engine capacity (cc)350
Max. power (kW)15.5 at 5500 rpm
Max. torque (Nm)30 at 3000 rpm
StarterSelf-start only
Number of gears6
Fuel tank capacity (L)15
Mileage (km/l)45.8 (city) and 42.17 (highway)
Seat height (mm)800
Ground clearance (mm)166
Kerb weight (kg)181

Honda CB 350 price in Nepal

The CB 350 comes in two variants: the H’ness and the RS, at a starting price of Rs 8,48,900.

Honda CB modelsPrice in Nepal
CB 350 H’nessRs 8,48,900
CB RSRs 8,98,900

Also read: KTM Duke series bikes get pricier owing to budget 2079/80

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