Honda 2Wheelers India and Repsol to sell co-branded engine oils
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India and Spain's largest petroleum company Repsol have announced a strategic alliance through which they will launch a line of engine oils for scooters and motorcycles in India. This engine oil comes in two grades, Honda Repsol Moto Biker 10W30 MA and Honda Repsol Moto Scooter 10W30 MB.
These Honda Repsol Moto engine oils have been exclusively formulated for Honda two-wheelers and have been tested by Honda Motor Co., Japan. These lubricants promise a longer engine, enhanced fuel efficiency with low maintenance costs and deposit-free engine components. The Honda Repsol Moto engine oils are available in 800 ml, 900 ml and 1000 ml packs and will be on sale November 2020 onwards.
Clara Velasco, director of lubricants at Repsol said "Repsol and Honda have been partners in the Repsol Honda MotoGP team for 26 years, and all the experience we have acquired developing lubricants for this demanding level of competition is passed onto our commercial products. We are excited to strengthen this alliance by launching these co-branded lubricants in India which will allow us to extend the range of our products."
Pradeep Kumar Pandey, senior VP for customer service at Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India said, "Customer satisfaction is at the core of Honda 2Wheelers India. With the aim of providing quality products & services to our customers, we have joined hands with Repsol Lubricants to launch a new product 'Honda Repsol MOTO' Engine Oil specially developed & approved by Honda Motor Co. Ltd Japan for the engine of Honda two-wheelers. This strategic
step will help us make the engine oil available to customers at all GP Petroleums outlets, thus further enhancing their riding & ownership experience."
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