Honda vs Royal Enfield: Honda Developing Royal Enfield Rival
Honda vs Royal Enfield: Increasingly, many producers are eyeing the entry cruiser section that’s dominated by Royal Enfield at present. Amidst all this, we’ve come across news which Honda also has joined the race, together with a few of its favorite goods, the Rebel 300.
The Honda Rebel seems every little cruiser with chunky front and back tires plus a low-slung chair. The bike includes a two-tone paint scheme together with all the blacked out engine, framework, and wheels provided as standard. You also receive a single-pod all-digital bunch displaying rate, fuel meter, odometer, two trip yards and moment. Layout, generally speaking, continues to be kept to a bare minimum leaving space for many customization choices.
The fairly streamlined trellis frame packs at a 286cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder fuel-injected engine that’s mated to some 6-speed gearbox. Braking on the Rebel is handled by Nissin powered disk brakes up front and in the back.
With this sort of a displacement and power/torque characters, it’ll immediately rival Royal Enfield’s 350cc motorcycle range that comprises the Vintage 350 along with the Thunderbird 350. Along with the Whole fleet of UM Motorcycles comprising those Renegade Commando and Renegade Sport S versions.
We now expect Honda to showcase the Rebel 300 in the upcoming Auto Expo, which will provide us a clearer image of their launch plans for this 300cc motorcycle. The Rebel also will come with a 500cc powerplant. And when that specific version arrives in India, then it is going to rival RE’s 500cc lineup.