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2021 Honda CB350 H'Ness - Classic Retro Honda Cruiser


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Beautiful retro looking cruiser - Wasn't expecting Boon Siew to import this and at the time of launch seems unlikely to reach our shores but seems like some bike shops have imported this in. Not sure on the pricing will have to check with Moto Vision.

The Honda CB350 H'ness is a india-market special but because of its good looks should be exported to various other Asian markets.

Anyone looking for a cafe racer cruiser? Colour scheme looks good as well!





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13 hours ago, IRL_Dippy said:

I'm surprised they didn't bring in the japan spec one, the GB350



More expensive and most buyers won't pay the premium on the CB350 vs GB350.

It sure does look good though!

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