The CB350 H’ness is now dearer by Rs 1,500-2,500 while the Hornet 2.0 demands over Rs 1,200 more. Aside from these two, HMSI has also revised the prices of the Shine, SP125 as well as the Unicorn
As is the trend in the automotive space, Honda has announced a revision in the price of its products. The Japanese bikemaker brought in the CB350 H’Ness in September 2020 at Rs 1.85 lakh for the DLX variant and Rs 1.90 lakh for the DLX Pro. Both these variants now demand Rs 1,500 and Rs 2,500 more than before, respectively. This hike in the pricing makes the DLX Pro variant of the CB350 H’ness more expensive than the fully-loaded Supernova trim of the Royal Enfield Meteor.
Aside from the H’ness, Honda has also hiked the pricing of the Hornet 2.0. Launched at Rs 1.26 lakh, the Hornet 2.0 is already quite an expensive proposition and ventures nearly into the 200cc territory. Now, Honda Hornet 2.0 has been priced at Rs 1,28,927. The Repsol Honda version now carries a sticker price of Rs 1,30,195. The popular Unicorn has also gotten dearer and is now priced at Rs 95,738 – as against Rs 95,192. Prices of the Honda’s 125cc offerings – the Shine and the SP125 – have been revised too. The former now has a price tag of Rs 70,478 and Rs 75,274 for the drum and disc brake variants respectively. The SP125, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 76,074 and Rs 80,369 for the drum and disc brake variants. The pricing of both these motorcycles across variants has only been hiked by roughly Rs 1,000.
Honda isn’t the only two-wheeler manufacturer to announce a revision in prices of their products. KTM and Husqvarna have also announced a price hike of its product range.
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