Honda CB350 Custom Accessory Kit - Full Price List

Publish Date: 07 Mar, 2023 |

With the CB350 range, which competes with the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, Honda just debuted a full line of accessories. But, Honda has chosen a different path and is now providing the accessories as kits rather than as individual pieces. Moreover, there are six, including two for the CB350 RS and four for the H'ness CB350.

H'ness CB350's Café Racer

It gives the modern-retro motorcycle an even more retro appeal. What you get is an authentic café racer-style pillion seat cowl and a wraparound headlamp cowl with a fairing. The fork gaiters that are now included as standard on the 2023 CB350 give it a little more retro flair.

Café Racer CB350 RS

The CB350RS is also supplied with a Café Racer package, which costs Rs 17,500, and has a similar aesthetic to the H'ness CB350. This kit for the CB350RS includes a headlamp and pillion seat cowl, same as its sibling. Moreover, it has an engine guard and fork gaiters.

SUV CB350 RS Custom

Nevertheless, Honda is providing a kit dubbed the SUV Custom if you prefer to keep your CB350 RS simple. Once this package has been installed, the motorcycle has robust, well-made knuckle guards. A flyscreen, rim strips, tiny pannier supports, and engine crash barriers are also included. The whole cost is Rs 7,500.

CB340 Single Carrier by H'ness

Since simplicity and simplicity of use are the goals here, the Solo Carrier Custom accessory pack for the H'ness CB350 is available. By replacing it with a carrier that would be just enough to mount a tail bag for the weekend vacation, this kit converts the CB350 into a single seater.

CB350 Tourer from H'ness

But, the Tourer Custom package for the H'ness CB350 costs Rs 17,600 if you intend to travel. The accessory package also contains a wide windscreen, huge pannier stays, and a tail rack in addition to the knuckle guards, engine guards, and sump guard that it comes with. For improved long-distance riding comfort, Honda has also modified the footrests to be broader and flatter.

H'ness Comfort CB350

There is, however, a kit called the Comfort Custom that incorporates practically the entire Touring package. Nevertheless, this package includes a pillion backrest rather than the tail rack. You must pay Rs. 16,500 for it.


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