2023 Honda Hornet 2.0 and Dio 125 Repsol Edition launched in India
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) has announced the launch of the 2023 Dio 125 Repsol Edition and 2023 Hornet 2.0 Repsol Edition at Rs 92,300 (ex-showroom) and Rs 1,40,000 (ex-showroom), respectively. The special-edition of the Dio 125 and Hornet 2.0 are costlier by Rs 1,000 than their corresponding standard variants. Meanwhile, these new limited-run Repsol models will be available at the Honda Red Wing dealerships across India.
2023 Honda Dio 125 Repsol Edition: Highlights
The 2023 Dio 125 Repsol Edition features a familiar Repsol livery with a dual-tone paint job - Ross White and Vibrant Orange. Apart from that, it retains the overall design as the standard model. The scooter is equipped with Honda's new H-Smart system. Debuted with the Activa, this system offers remote unlock, remote find, and anti-theft system, and a keyless start. Powering the Repsol Edition of the Dio 125 is 123.92cc, single-cylinder 8.3PS and 10.4Nm of torque.
2023 Hornet 2.0 Repsol Edition: Details
Similar to the Dio 125 Repsol Edition, the Hornet 2.0 Repsol Edition adorns a dual-tone colour theme: Ross White and Vibrant Orange paired with Repsol racing stripes and Repsol lettering on the fuel tank. Although the special-edition of the motorcycle has carried forward the same styling, it appears sportier and can stand out in the crowd with the bright paint scheme.
The Repsol Edition Hornet 2.0 comes powered by a 184.40cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine generating 17.26PS and a peak torque of 15.9Nm. The key highlights of the streetfighter include all-LED lighting, single disc brakes at both ends, single-channel ABS, upside down front forks, a rear monoshock, a digital cluster, and recently added slip and assist clutch feature.
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