New Honda bikes to compete with Royal Enfield


Honda Motorbike and Scooter India (HMSI) goals to broaden its mannequin lineup within the coming years. Talking to an internet media publication, HMSI President, Atsuhi Ogata has revealed that the corporate will introduce a number of new merchandise within the mid-weight bike section to problem Royal Enfield. At the moment, the Japanese two-wheeler maker has two mid-sized bikes in its portfolio – Honda CB350 and CB350 Rs., Whereas the Hness CB350 DLX and DLX Professional variants are priced at Rs 1.94 lakh and Rs 1.99 lakh respectively, the CB350 RS monotone is priced at Rs 1.89 lakh and the CB 350 RS dual-tone variant is priced at Rs 1.95 lakh. All above costs are ex-showroom.

On this section, the corporate goals to attain gross sales of 300,000 models yearly inside 3 years. It’ll broaden its gross sales community from 70 Massive Wing shops to 300 touchpoints within the coming years. Honda is planning to arrange 100 Massive Wing showrooms overlaying the highest 50 UIO (Models of Operation) sectors by the tip of this monetary yr.

Speaking in regards to the future plans of HMSI, the corporate will enter the electrical two-wheeler section within the subsequent monetary yr. It’ll conduct feasibility assessments for its first electrical car with its dealerships within the coming weeks. Honda could convey the PCX electrical scooter which was previewed on the 2018 Auto Expo. Right here, it is going to lock horns in opposition to merchandise like TVS iQube, Bajaj eChetak, Ola S1 and S1 Professional, Okinawa, Ather and Okinawa.

Honda PCX Detachable Lithium-Ion Battery – Comes with the Honda Cellular Energy Pack. Its electrical motor delivers 5.6bhp energy and a most velocity of 67kmph. The e-scooter will promise a variety of 41 km on a single cost. Its battery pack can be utilized in 6 hours with a traditional cable charger or 4 hours individually. The general size, width and peak of the PCX are 1923mm, 745mm and 1170mm respectively.

Supply


New Honda bikes to compete with Royal Enfield








Supply hyperlink

Techy Exchange

Techy Exchange