Honda CBR150R finally landed in India. This is second launch from Honda in India in this year, earlier we saw a completely new Dio Scooter. Honda CBR150R was displayed in 2012 New Delhi Auto Expo. There are two variants of CBR150R on offer, Standard and Deluxe. While the Standard variant is priced at Rs.1.16 lakhs [...]
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Honda Dio, the most stylish scooter offering from Honda Motorcycles and Scooter India Limited (HMSI) got a new version. HMSI had previewed this new Dio scooter in recently concluded New Delhi Auto Expo. The latest edition of Dio has a more powerful (110cc) engine with more attractive styling. Now Dio is sharing engine with siblings, [...]
Honda already has 3 premium performance bikes in India and Honda will soon be adding one more to its line-up. Honda CBR 250R made it’s international debut a while ago and expected to hit Indian roads by this April. Honda has commenced the bookings of CBR250R online. As we reported earlier, the official prices are [...]
Autocar India brings a good news for Honda Unicorn lovers. Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI), the fully owned subsidiary of Japanese two wheeler giant is all set to revamp it’s first motorcycle offering Honda Unicorn. HMSI after tasting success in gearless scooter segment with the launch of Honda Activa launched Honda Unicorn in India [...]
Honda CB Twister 110CC, the commuter bike offering from Honda Motorcycles and Scooter India Ltd(HMSI) finally seen day light in Indian market.Though we expected CB Twister in upcoming 2010 Auto Expo, it was launched approximately one month before that.Honda Twister comes with sharp styling and a well received Honda technology.The expected price of Honda Twister [...]
Honda Activa the bread earner of Honda Motor Cycles and Scooters India’s(HMSI) finally took the rebirth.Today HMSI launched all new Honda Activa 2009, the improved version of hot selling Activa.Our readers might have noticed that we had reported this story on Dec-14,2009 and the rest followed us.And few days before we reported further details of [...]
Finally that happened.Honda the ‘wing riders’ brought their super machines to India.We had reported earlier that Honda is actively considering the launch of Honda Superbikes in India and will follow Yamaha,Ducati,Suzuki and KTM.Honda today launched 2009 CBR1000RR Fireblade and CB1000R Hornet in India.