t retains its signature moustache grille which sits high up on its front-end. It gets new projector headlamps which are updated with DRLs. The honeycomb mesh grille is also new along with a more angular bumper.
The India-spec Africa Twin continues with its DCT gearbox, though the motorcycle is offered with an optional manual gearbox in the international markets.
The company could only work on the engine, keeping the rest of the motorcycle unchanged.
With the declining sales figures of the auto industry, people have started to prefer leasing out cars instead of buying them outright.
At a glance, the City does not seem to have changed drastically.
The base variant of Honda Activa 125 FI is available for Rs 67,490 while the Alloy variant is priced at Rs 70,990 and Deluxe variant at Rs 74,490.
The next-gen CBR1000RR is expected to be showcased at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show.
The 2019 Honda Activa became India’s first BSVI compliant two-wheeler when it was unveiled in June.
The CBR300RR is expected to be an upgraded version of the CBR250RR and could carry over some of its features.
The interior is equipped with five screens with different functionality.
Built by Sundiro Honda, the Chinese arm of Honda, the CBF190TR sticks to the classic design language of neo-retro motorcycles.
Though it has not been confirmed yet, the motorcycle has been given the codename K64J and could come with a smart key.
The Forza 300 is Honda’s first scooter to be equipped with torque control.
The scooter gets an adjustable windshield and a large under-seat storage compartment.
The V variant is equipped with a 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engine which makes 100 PS of maximum power and 200 Nm of peak torque.
The images indicate that the car bears a close resemblance to the Honda Sports EV concept of the 2017 Tokyo Motor show.
The newly introduced V grade will be available in diesel engine option and has been positioned between the S and VX grades.
The SUV was spotted at the Appalachian Mountains and indicated that it had undergone only minor aesthetic changes.
The CB300R looks like a naked bike, but with none of the flair that manufacturers give their bikes now. Honda has managed to keep a lot of things interestingly simple.
The Amaze was launched in its second generation more than a year ago and fared excellently in the Indian market.
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The HR-V is a 5-seater SUV which is already on sale in the international markets but has never been launched in India.
It has a high rev band of 13000+ rpms while making 48.3PS of maximum power and 28Nm of peak torque.
The motorcycles are expected to be launched sometime next year and could be unveiled in their production state at the 2019 EICMA.
HCIL said it also exported a total of 450 units during last month.