The Royal Enfield Classic 350 and Honda H’ness 350 are one of the most popular bikes at this time. While the Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been around for a long time and has been dominating the motorbike market, the recently released Honda H’ness 350 with its new and vast features might give some good competition to the Royal Enfield.
The Honda H’ness 350 measures 2163 mm in length, 800 mm in width, 1107 mm in height, 1441 mm wheelbase with 166 mm ground clearance. Along with this, the Honda H’ness has a good fuel capacity of 15 liters and a kerb weight of 181Kg.
In comparison with Royal Enfield Classic 350, it has a length of 2180 mm, a width of 790 mm, a height of 1090 mm, a wheelbase of 1390 mm with a ground clearance of 135 mm. Along with this, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 has a fuel capacity of 13.5 liters and a kerb weight of 195Kg.
|Dimensions||Honda H’ness 350||Royal Enfield Classic 350|
|Length||2163 mm||2160 mm|
|Wheelbase||1441 mm||1390 mm|
|Ground Clearance||166 mm||135 mm|
|Width||800 mm||790 mm|
|Height||1107 mm||1090 mm|
|Seat Height||800 mm||775 mm|
|Fuel Capacity||15 liters||13.5 liters|
|Kerb Weight||181 Kg||195 Kg|
|Front Brake Diameter||310 mm||280 mm|
|Rear Brake Diameter||240 mm||240 mm|
Engine and Power
The engine type of Honda H’ness 350 is a 4 stroke SI type engine which has an engine displacement of 348.36 ccs. Along with this, it has a max power of 21.07 PS at 5500 rpm, max torque of 30 Nm at 3000 rpm.
In comparison with the Royal Enfield Classic 350, it has a 4 stroke, air-cooled fuel injection type engine which has an engine displacement of 346 ccs. Talking about the power its max power is 20.07 PS at 5250 rpm and max torque of 28Nm at 4000 rpm.
|Engine and Power||Honda H’ness 350||Royal Enfield Classic 350|
|Engine Type||4 Stroke SI engine||4 stroke, air-cooled fuel injection engine|
|Engine Displacement||348.36 cc||346 cc|
|Max Power||21.07 PS at 5500 rpm||20.07 PS at 5250 rpm|
|Max Torque||30 Nm at 3000 rpm||28 Nm at 4000 rpm|
|Stroke||90.5 mm||90 mm|
Features and Warranty
Talking about the features, the Honda H’ness 350 has a dual-channel ABS, self start feature, a single type seat, an analog type speedometer while the trip meter is of digital type. Along with this, it has an air-cooled cooling system, a digital odometer and a console with both analog and digital types. The Honda H’ness 350 comes with a standard warranty of 3 years in which the customers can extend this warranty for 3 years.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 also has a dual-channel ABS, has both self start and kick start features, a split type seat, an analog type speedometer, and an analog trip meter. Along with this, it has an air-cooled cooling system, an analog odometer, and an analog console. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 has an extended warranty package of up to 5 years.
|Features||Honda H’ness 350||Royal Enfield Classic 350|
|ABS||Duel Channel||Duel Channel|
|Body Type||Cruiser Bikes||Cruiser Bikes|
|Starting||Self Start only||Kick and Self start|
|Cooling System||Air Cooled||Air Cooled|
|Console||Analog and Digital||Analog|
The starting price of the Honda H’ness in Nepal is around Rs 10,00,000 which is pretty expensive in comparison to the Royal Enfield Classic 350 which costs around Rs 4,49,000 in Nepal. Also, the Honda H’ness will be available in two models: DLX and DLX Pro. Both of these have certain features such as smartphone voice control systems and alloy wheels which also makes them expensive.
The new Honda H’ness 350 is a competitive motorcycle with premium equipment and also has a great classic design. It also has good ground clearance which gives ease of ride to the users. On the other hand, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 has one of the greatest classic designs and features and comes at a reasonable price.