Honda has revealed the revised prices of its ABS and CBS updated models. Although, some of the models in the lineup has yet not received any update.
Its been a month since the safety norms have kicked in and the automotive brands are still revealing the new prices. Honda is the latest to join the bandwagon, as it has updated the prices of its ABS and CBS models.
Most of the scooters and motorcycles have been updated, however, some popular ones are left out too. In total, 7 scooters and 9 motorcycles have been updated.
Honda is yet to update CB Unicorn 160 and Dream Neo 110 in the motorcycle list and Navi from the scooters. Here is the detailed price list of the updated models:
|Models||Prices (Rs ex-showroom)|
|Activa 5G||54,632 to 56,497|
|Dio||52,398 to 54,938|
|Cliq||45,329 to 45,831|
|Aviator||56,258 to 60,612|
|Activa 125||60,347 to 64,733|
|Grazia||60,723 to 65,095|
|CD110 Dream||50,347 to 51,847|
|Livo||58,032 to 60,443|
|CB Shine||58,783 to 63,443|
|CB Shine SP||64,543 to 68,460|
|CB Hornet||92,108 to 94,608|
The CBS prices have increased by Rs 600-1000, for different variants. X Blade and Unicorn 150 receive a single-channel ABS, getting costly by nearly Rs 7,000. Hornet and CBR250R were already equipped.
Unicorn 160 will be discontinued soon, due to its poor sales performance. As you see, it has not received the ABS update too. For the past 2-3 months, it remains unsold throughout the country.
CB Unicorn is wedged between X Blade and Unicorn 150. For people who want styling, prefer the X Blade because of near pricing and better features onboard. Those option for a better workhorse, prefer the Unicorn 150.
Honda Navi and Dream Neo are facing the same problems. Navi is again barely managing to report decent sales figures over the past few years. Its quirky and unusual styling is not that popular among the buyers.