Honda CBR 250R, X-Blade, Grazia and CB Hornet removed from India website
Honda 2Wheelers has updated its website by only listing the BSVI compliant two-wheelers that are presently on sale in India. In line with this, the company has removed the Aviator, Grazia, Activa i and Cliq line of scooters from its website. Additionally, motorcycles like the CBR 250R, CB Hornet and X-Blade too have been removed. We believe the company will soon be updating most of these with their BSVI iterations.
The company presently has the Unicorn, Shine 125 and the SP 125 in its entry-level motorcycle range while the Dio, Activa 6G and the Activa 125 occupy the scooter portfolio. Earlier this year, the prices of the BSVI compliant Honda Unicorn were announced, replacing the CB Unicorn and the CB Unicorn 160. While there were no changes in mechanicals and features, the 2020 Honda Unicorn had a 8mm higher ground clearance and a 24mm longer seat. Similarly, the BSVI compliant Honda Activa 6G too was launched earlier this year, equipped with company-built PGM fuel injection system and patented ACG starter. The Honda Activa 6G is offered with a telescopic front suspension and 12-inch front wheel for a comfortable ride. The wheelbase is now longer by 22mm with an increase in ground clearance by 18mm. The floor space too gets longer by 23mm which means more boot space capacity. The sixth generation of the Activa continues with the Combi-brake system, with an added feature of a three-step adjustable rear suspension.
2020 Honda BSVI
The 2020 Honda Dio BSVI, too, got a cosmetic update along with a new, fully digital metre which gives details like real-time mileage, average mileage, distance to empty, and due service, along with engine Start/Stop switch and passing switch. A side-stand indicator with engine cut-off prevents engine start while the side stand is engaged. The Dio comes with additional features like redesigned LED position lamp, new DC LED headlamp, split grab rail and a new logo. As mentioned above, Honda will be introducing the BSVI iterations of most of the products but at the same time, could discontinue low volume models like the CBR 250R and also the X-Blade.
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