In India, Honda is famous for making commuter bikes. It sells very limited sports bikes over here but that is not the case when we look at global markets. Globally, Honda is famous for its fast and sporty higher-cc bikes which is not exactly the case in India. Here, the brand rather has its focus on mainstream commuter bikes. In this article, we have listed five bikes from Honda that we would love to see in India.
Honda CBR250RR is a fully-faired sports bike and belongs to the quarter-litre segment. It runs on a 249cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine that makes 40.2bhp & 25Nm of torque. It would compete with the Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC390, and TVS Apache RR310 if launched In India. It could be priced somewhere between Rs 3.75 lakhs to Rs 4 lakhs (ex-showroom).
Honda bikes we need – Honda CBR150R
The Honda CBR150R is also a fully-faired sports bike. The global version of this bike gets a 149cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that makes 17.1bhp & 14.4Nm of torque. If launched in India, it could start from somewhere around Rs 1.70 lakhs (ex-showroom). It would be competing with Yamaha R15 and Suzuki Gixxer SF 150 in India.
Honda CMX 500 Rebel
The Honda CMX 500 Rebel is a bobber-type cruiser motorcycle. Beneath, it has got a 471cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine that makes 46bhp & 43.3Nm of torque. It could be launched in India with a price tag of Rs 4.5 lakhs (ex-showroom). It would be competing with the bikes like the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the Kawasaki Vulcan 650.
Honda Forza 350
Honda Forza is a maxi-scooter. We wish Honda brings this to India. Talking about its specifications, it runs on a 330cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that puts out 28bhp & 31.5Nm of torque. There is no competition to this scooter as such. It could get a price tag of Rs 3 lakhs (ex-showroom).
Honda bikes we need – Honda NC750X
The Honda NC750X is an adventure-tourer motorcycle. This bike runs on a 749cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine that makes 58bhp & 69Nm of torque. In the European market, it is available with a six-speed manual as well as a CVT gearbox. In India, it would compete with Suzuki V-Strom 750, Kawasaki Versys 650, and Benelli TRK 501. It could get a price tag of Rs 7 lakhs (ex-showroom).
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