All models Honda
Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India is currently the third largest two-wheeler company. The company has introduced many successive models in both motorcycle and scooter segment. Some of the very successful models of this manufacturer are the Activa scooter and the Honda Shine 125cc motorcycle. This two-wheeler company is steadily climbing up the ladder with its impressive numbers. It has started its production in the year 2002 with the Honda Activa, a gear-less scooter. Added to the two existing plants, the company is planning to start a third production facility in Karnataka. Now, the company has a product range up to 25,00,000 units, from its 1,00,000 units which are produced annually a decade ago.
The key peoples of this company are Mr. Keita Muramatsu, the President and CEO, Mr. Yadvinder S. Guleria, the Vice President and Sales & Marketing and Mr. Atsushi Amataka, President of Honda Research and Development India Pvt. Ltd. In recent times, the Honda motorcycle has announced that the company would pass on the entire benefits from the duty cuts to its customers. The company has announced that it is dropping the price of the 110 cc Honda Dream Neo and top-end CBR 250R. Honda Motors is the world’s largest manufacturer of Internal Combustion engines.
Existing Models In The Market
The motorcycles produced by HMSI include the CBF125 Stunner, CB Twister, Honda Dream Yuga, Honda Aviator, Activa, Honda Dio, Honda CB Unicorn, Shine, Honda CBR 250R, Honda Activa i, CB Shine, Honda Dream NEO. Honda CB Shine is one of the most popular choices in India and the highest-selling 125cc motorcycle ever. Recently, the company has celebrated a huge milestone by rolling out the 30th lakh unit of Shine from their Tapukara plant, which is located in Rajasthan.
Upcoming Models In Its Portfolio
The company has also showcased its all-new Honda Activa 125, first showcased at Delhi Auto Expo. The scooter is powered by a 124.9cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke, forced air-cooled engine. This engine has been mated to a V-Matic transmission and produces 8.6 bhp at 6,500 rpm and 10.12 NM of torque at 5500 rpm. It will be available with four colour options namely Blue, Black, Silver and white. The latest reports also state that the company is planning to launch the all-new facelifted CBR 150R. This new bike includes an updated front fascia with dual split headlamps. Sure, this updated CBR will soon arrive in the Indian market. Moreover, there are eight new Honda motorcycles expected to hit the Indian markets in coming years.