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Market Segment For Honda Bikes

Honda is a segment leader when it comes to commuter segment bikes. Honda two-wheelers, such as Honda CB Shine SP and CB Unicorn 160, have found space in the list of some of the most famous bikes in the lower segment. It is growing significantly in the power commuter segment as well, with the latest offering in the form of the new CB Hornet 160R.

Honda Bikes Price

Honda bikes price list is quite wide. The daily commuter bikes from Honda cost around Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 65,000 while the power commuter bikes, such as the new CB Hornet 160, are priced around Rs. 80,000. Honda also deals in high-end superbikes, the price of which extends up to Rs. 32 -38 Lakh for the ultra-premium Goldwing tourer bike.

Performance & Mileage

Honda bikes are traditionally very reliable in nature. These bikes are considered to be one of the most efficient bikes present in the market today. They might not outperform everything in their competition but in terms of overall service satisfaction and efficiency, Honda makes the best of all worlds.

Features

Honda offers an optional CBS (Combined Braking System) in most of the commuter bikes while the high-end Honda bikes in India are offered with a standard anti-theft HISS mechanism system. They also offer optional ABS in its quarter-litre tourer bikes, like the CBR 250R.

Transmission Types

All the commuter bikes in the line-up from Honda generally come with 5-speed Constant Mesh transmission with “1 down, rest up” gear setup, while the power commuters and big bikes have 6-speed Constant Mesh transmission. The automatic scooters from Honda, like Activa and Dio, have CVT transmission.

Cost to own/ maintain

Since Honda bike models are considered to be very reliable and cost effective in terms of maintenance, the cost to own Honda bikes is generally low. The commuter bikes can easily be maintained in a price bracket of Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 15,000, while big superbikes demand a much higher premium of around Rs. 2 to 5 Lakh in a span of 5 years.