Honda Stylo 160 Design Patented, India Launch Soon?

Honda has filed a design patent for the Stylo 160 scooter in the country. Upon its launch, the scooter will rival the likes of the Yamaha Aerox 155 and the yet-to-be-released Hero Xoom 160.

By Sanorita | on May 21, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

Honda has filed a design patent in India for the Stylo 160, which is currently available only in Indonesia. The scooter features an oval-shaped headlight, a single-piece seat, grab rails, as well as, multiple curved and flowing lines. It comes with a USB charger, a digital console, keyless entry, and full LED illumination. Honda offers six colour options for the scooter: Glam Red, Glam Black, Glam Beige, Royal Green, and Royal Matte White and Black. The variants in the first three colour schemes get single-channel ABS, while the ones in the remaining shades feature CBS. Honda provides 12-inch alloy wheels in Bronze or Black, and front RSU telescopic forks in either black or silver, depending on the colour. Overall, the Stylo 160 stands out in the premium scooter category owing to its distinctive combination of design and practicality. It's too early to comment on pricing or availability, but industry reports suggest that the 160cc scooter may cost roughly Rs 1.5 lakh in India.

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Honda Stylo 160: Mechanical Specifics

A 156.9cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine with a CVT system powers the Stylo, producing about 16bhp and 15Nm of performance numbers. The Honda scooter is equipped with a monoshock and telescopic forks. Its top-spec model sports a single disc with single-channel ABS at both ends for braking. A more affordable version with CBS is also offered. The fuel efficiency stands at 45km/l. 

More Honda Design Patents 

Last week, Honda filed design patent applications for several motorcycles in India, including the CB500 Hornet, CBR500R, CBR650R, and CB1000 Hornet. The automaker's largest motorcycle in this line, the CB1000 Hornet, made its international debut at EICMA 2023. It has a 999cc inline-four engine that produces 100Nm and 147bhp, mated to a six-speed gearbox. The naked roadster CB500 Hornet and the fully-faired CBR500R were also patented for our market. Though there's no formal confirmation, the upcoming 500cc bikes are expected to share features with the NX500, which is currently on sale in India.

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Last but not least, the Honda CBR650R is driven by a 649cc inline four-cylinder engine with a six-speed transmission. It features ABS, traction control, a Bluetooth-enabled TFT dash, and full LED illumination.

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