Being a scrambler bike, the Honda CB350 RS has an exciting mix of retro and modern features. The round LED headlight makes it looks like a classic cruiser. It is, however, the semi-digital instrument cluster that brings home the fact that the bike is a contemporary café racer.
The tall-set handlebar and the retro-styled round rearview mirrors give it a unique style. The LED side indicators fitted just below the headlamp give brilliant blinks.
The 15-litre fuel tank is just as imposing as any fashionable and powerfully built as any best-in-class cruiser bike. The monotone and dual-tone colour on it make it even more attractive.
Further enhancing the retro design is a tuck and roll-style seat that is exceptionally comfortable to carry two passengers. The rear end of the saddle features an under-seat LED taillight that blinks when the rider applies brakes.
The bike gets built on a half-duplex cradle frame. It runs on a pair of 19-inch Y- Y-shaped alloy wheels at the front and a 17-inch Y-shaped alloy wheel at the rear.
The café racer bike has an all-black exhaust, making it look sleek and attractive. The pin-striping on the fuel tank and the bright decals make the motorcycle look sporty and classy at the same time.
The Honda CB350 RS comes in two variants:
- CB350RS Monotone
- CB350RS Dual Tone
The bike comes in two colour options:
- Radiant Red Metallic
- Black with Pearl Sports Yellow.