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Honda Announced The Price Hike For Models In India

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The prices of Honda’s two-wheelers have once again increased in the domestic market, and in typical Honda fashion, the price increase is absolutely staggering. The unimpressive Honda CB 200X, which is based on the Hornet 2.0 and has an adv face but no real purpose, has seen a price increase of Rs. 17,340, or 13.32 percent.

The well-liked CB350 and CB350 DLX have price increases of Rs. 10,679 and Rs. 11,679, respectively, and the Hornet 2.0, Unicorn 160, and X-Blade have price increases of Rs. 7,000–8,000, with the Unicorn 160 experiencing a significant 8.32% price increase. Prices for the Grazia 125 cc scooter have increased by nearly Rs. 6,400.

Honda Scooty Price Hike

Price increases of Rs. 5,588 and Rs. 5,690 have been implemented for the best-selling Honda Dio Standard and Dio Deluxe. The Activa 6G, the most popular scooter in the nation, will cost just Rs. 968 more for standard models and Rs. 1,223 more for deluxe models. While the entry-level commuter range has seen only slight price increases, the Activa 125’s asking price has increased by 1,127 rupees.

Honda Bikes Price Hike

Prices for the CD 110, SP 125, and Dream have increased by about Rs. 1,070. The price of the CD 110 is currently Rs. 70,315 while that of the SP 125 for the disc variant is Rs. 86,486. The sticker price for the Unicorn 160 is Rs. 1,03,706, and the starting price for the slightly more expensive X-Blade is Rs. 1,15,614. The CB 200X and Hornet 2.0 are priced at Rs. 1,35,374 and Rs. 1,47,535 respectively.

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Honda H’ness CB 350 Range New Prices

Prices for the Honda H’ness CB 350 range begin at Rs. 1,98,179. (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi). The CB 300F was just introduced by a Japanese manufacturer in India, and the naked streetfighter is available in two variants with starting prices of Rs. 2.25 lakh (ex-showroom). With connectivity options, the DLX Pro variant costs about Rs. 2.28 lakh (ex-showroom).

A 293.52 cc single-cylinder oil-cooled engine with a maximum power output of 24.5 PS and a maximum torque of 25.6 Nm powers the Honda CB 300F, which is connected to a six-speed transmission. It comes with features like USD front forks, adjustable monoshock rear suspension, dual-channel ABS system, slipper clutch, LCD cluster, etc. and is available in three colour schemes.

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