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Honda launched its second BS6 two-wheeler in India, here is detailed Honda bikes price list

At present, Honda is the second largest two-wheeler manufacturer in the country with over 5 lakh units sold per month. Activa and Shine are the bread and butter models of the Japanese Giant in the Indian market. In the sports commuter segment, XBlade and Hornet do the job very well. Here we bring you Honda bikes price list which includes new BS6 models as well.

The prices mentioned here are ex-showroom, Delhi. RTO and Insurance will have to pay by the customer in addition to the showroom price.

Honda bikes price list – Commuter Segment

Honda’s commuter segment is flooded with a range of options to choose from. There is entry-level CliQ to the premium looking Activa Deluxe variant.

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CliQ – Rs 45,300

Navi – Rs 47,600

Activa i – Rs 51,800

Dio

  • Standard – Rs 53,800
  • Deluxe – Rs 55,800

Activa 5G

  • Standard – Rs 55,470
  • Deluxe – Rs 57,300

CD 110 Dream

  • Standard – Rs 50,550
  • Deluxe – Rs 52,100

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Dream Neo 110

  • Standard – Rs 52,600
  • Carrier – Rs 52,900

Dream Yuga – Rs 56,100

Shine 125 – Honda’s most successful 125cc motorcycle continues to rule the 125cc motorcycle segment while averaging 70,000+ units sales per month.

  • Drum – Rs 59,500
  • Disc – Rs 64,200

Honda bikes price list – Premium Commuter Segment

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Aviator 110

  • Drum – Rs 57,100
  • Drum/Alloy – Rs 59,030
  • Disc/Alloy – Rs 61,450

Grazia 125

  • Standard – Rs 61,560
  • Alloy – Rs 63,500
  • Deluxe – Rs 65,900

Activa 125 BS4 – Activa 125 BS4 version will remain on sale until all the stock in the dealer inventories is cleared and the production stops.

  • Drum – Rs 61,200
  • Drum/Alloy – Rs 63,100
  • Disc/Alloy – Rs 65,600

Activa 125 BS6 – The all-new Honda Activa 125 BS6 have already sold more than 25,000 units within two months of its launch.

  • Standard – Rs 67,490
  • Drum/Alloy – Rs 70,990
  • Disc/Alloy – Rs 74,490

Livo – A premium and stylish 110cc commuter from the Japanese giant which already replaced Honda Twister 110 a few years back now. The bike is targetted at the younger audience.

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  • Drum – Rs 58,800
  • Disc – Rs 61,200

Shine SP 125 – A premium version of the highly successful Shine 125 motorcycle.

  • Drum – Rs 65,600
  • Disc – Rs 69,500

SP 125 BS6 – Honda SP 125 BS6 is company’second BS6 product as of now. The SP 125 will replace the Shine 125 SP in Honda’s India lineup once all the stock clears from the dealer inventories.

  • Drum – Rs 72,900
  • Disc – Rs 77,100

Unicorn 150 ABS – Rs 80,300

Honda bikes price list – Sports Commuter Segment

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XBlade 160 ABS – Rs 88,700

Hornet 160R ABS

  • Standard – Rs 92,500
  • Deluxe – Rs 95,100

Honda bikes price list – Entry-level Sports

At present, Honda has only two sports bikes which lie within the reach of some (sort of). We highly expect Honda to finally discontinue the 250cc sports tourer and launch something new to fill the gap. Honda CBR 300R will be an expensive option as the company will bring it in the country via CKD route like CB300R.

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CBR250R ABS – Rs 1,95,900

CB300R – Rs 2,41,000

Honda bikes price list – Premium Segment

All the premium bikes will now be sold through the Honda Big Wing showrooms. These showrooms have more upmarket theme to deliver esteemed customers one hell of an experience. Currently, there are 7 models on sale in the Big Wing dealerships and company will expand this number to 13 in coming years. The most affordable motorcycle in the Big Wing showroom is Honda CB 300R.

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2019 CBR650R

CBR 650R – Rs 7,70,000

Africa Twin – Rs 13,50,000

CB1000R – Rs 14,46,700

CBR 1000 RR Fireblade

  • CBR 1000RR – Rs 16,43,000
  • CBR 1000RR-SP – Rs 19,26,000

Gold Wing – Rs 27,79,100

Ride Safe, Ride Hard, and always wear a helmet while riding. Stay Tuned for more from the world of motorcycling.

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