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Honda Hornet old variants without AHO price slashed by INR 18,500

With the Supreme Court of India banning sales of two wheelers which are BSIII compliant, dealers across the country who have stocks of the same, are selling the same at amazing discounts. Though Honda Hornet 160 is a BSIV compliant bike, there are old 2016 year variants which are still lying with dealers. These are minus the AHO functionality, which makes them illegal to be sold from 1st April 2017.

This is why the new Honda Hornet 160R is being sold at a discount of INR 18,500. This is a limited time offer as it is valid only till stocks last.

Honda’s new 160cc Hornet can be booked via an innovative app using your smartphone. This app also allows potential buyers to experience the revving of the bike, its exhaust note while starting and idle; you can also listen to the horn of the bike from this all. The app also gives you access to slew of images which offer a 360 degree view of various angles of the Honda CB Hornet 160R.

Bookings can be placed with the app directing users to a secure online payment option. The app indicates waiting period and time and date of delivery once the payment transaction is confirmed. The app also indicates a detailed list of company dealerships from where the bike is on sale.

Honda CB Hornet 160R is offered in two variants – single disc set up and double disc brake with CBS priced at INR 79,900 and INR 84,400 respectively. Both these variants are now offered at a discounted rate.

Offered in five color options (excluding the two launched today) of Neo Orange Metallic, Pearl Amazing White, Sports Red, Pearl Siren Blue and Pearl Nightstar Black, Honda CB Hornet 160R appeals to a younger set of buyers with its sharp headlight and two position lamps, high mounted side indicators and X shaped LED tail light. It also receives 5 spoke alloy wheels, fully digital meter display and aeroplane finished fuel cock assembly.

Honda CB Hornet 160R – Photos

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