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First Honda CB350 H’Ness motorcycle to reach Atal Tunnel

Japanese two wheeler manufacturer Honda had launched their premium motorcycle CB350 Highness in the Indian market last year. It is cruiser motorcycle which is meant to compete with bikes like Royal Enfield Classic and Jawa motorcycles. Honda H’ness 350 or Highness 350 is priced at Rs 1.9 lakh, ex-showroom. Honda sells it via Big Wing dealerships which is exclusively set up for premium and expensive Honda motorcycles. In a short span of time we have seen several videos of vloggers reviewing and riding the motorcycles on different terrains. Here we have another video from a vlogger who took his Honda Highness motorcycle to newly opened Atal Tunnel. This is probably the first Honda H’Ness 350 motorcycle to reach there.

The video has been uploaded by Safar Pe on his youtube channel. The vlogger is actually on a ride from Manali to the Atal Tunnel. He does not speak a word about how the bike performed throughout the trip. On his way to the Atal Tunnel, he stops at couple of places to show how much it had snowed in the last couple of days. The sound from the exhaust of the Honda Highness can be heard in the video as well. He could not show the moment when he entered the tunnel as his camera was not switched ON. Vlogger shows the snow capped mountains and  snow filled valleys and river beds on the other side of the tunnel and starts his return journey. On his way back, he shows the tunnel from inside and maintains the speed limit too. The throaty exhaust note from Highness is heard inside the tunnel as well.

Honda Highness is a retro styled modern cruising motorcycle. Like any other bike from Honda, CB350 Highness also has an impressive fit and finish and a refined engine. It is without any doubt one of the most refined engine in this segment. It has a very light clutch and smooth gear shifts. Honda Highness is currently the most technologically advanced motorcycle in the segment. it offers a semi digital instrument cluster that offers Bluetooth connectivity.

Honda Highness offers a retro design with all modern features that one needs in a modern day motorcycle. The digital screen displays various information and also shows feeds like turn by turn navigation, call controls and music controls. It even displays Fuel economy and Distance to empty as well. It gets all LED headlights, turn indicators and tail lights. It even gets a chrome plated front and rear fender and a the exhaust pipe also has the same chrome plating.

The bike gets blacked out alloy wheels with disc brakes on both front and rear. It comes with dual channel ABS and traction control as well. Honda Highness is powered by a 348-cc, single cylinder, air cooled, fuel injected engine that generates 20.8 Bhp and 30 Nm of torque mated to a 5-speed gearbox.  It is available in two trims – There is a DLX variant which is available in single tone options whereas the second one is DLX trim which is available in dual tone colour options.