Latest reports suggest that Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) is planning to export the H’ness CB350 and CB350RS to other markets.
The report came after HMSI Director of Sales and Marketing, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, said that the CB350 is a motorcycle made in India for the world.
The H’ness CB350 gained a lot of attention after its introduction, with over 10,000 units sold in India alone.
HMSI expects the figures to be bolstered further by exporting the motorcycle to other parts of the world as small-displacement two-wheelers are currently in high demand, especially in Asia.
Guleria even went on to confirm HMSI has begun talks with Honda Japan so the exports can begin.
“Since this model is already meeting the European regulations, there are many countries where this model could be exported. So we are in discussion with our headquarters. Already the model is three months old in the domestic market, and there is interest from other Honda companies across the globe.
“We are working at the backend now to minimize this waiting period. But for sure this is one model which is Made in India for the world. There is big potential. We are waiting, and once we get a green signal from headquarters in Japan, we can start the exports. Potential does exist, and we are quite hopeful,” he said.