The motorcycle would get optional Combi Braking System (CBS).
Category - Honda Bikes
Completely owned subsidiary of Honda Motors, Japan: Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) was officially launched in 1999. It was the fourth venture into India after Kinetic Honda, Hero Honda, and Honda Siel Cars. Today, HMSI is the second largest two wheeler maker in India, who is steadily catching up with the leader – Hero MotoCorp.
Showcased at the RevFest earlier this year, Honda Motorcycle & Scooters India has...
The new Shine SP derives its engine from the existing Shine but gains a 5-speed gearbox.
The 35 KW parallel-twin engine has been retained without any change.
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has confirmed sales of 2.2 lakh units on the...
The new derivative is expected to be mechanically identical to the existing model.
The new color schemes include bold body graphics.
India is closing in on Indonesia to become the largest two wheeler market for the...