The Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Corp. has the impetus and will use the Auto Expo as a demonstrate of its potency. The exhibit, touted to be the largest among two wheeler manufacturers, will be designed around the theme ‘Technology meets emotion’ and will highlight Honda’s assortment through seven idiosyncratic products. The prime bike at the Honda pavilion will be the famous Goldwing tourer. Colossal and luxurious, the Goldwing is also a technological display case for Honda. The Goldwing debuted 2 wheeler airbags in 2006 and the bike even comes with a reverse gear!
Honda will in addition have the attractive CBR650F sports tourer on demonstrate. Expo only recently at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, the CBR650F features a 649cc, in-line 4 cylinder power engine with power in the region of 87bhp. Also on display will be the CBR500R that is a fully faired, entry level sports bike. It looks like a junior Fire blade and comes with adequate firepower too, a 471cc, parallel twin engine. Honda will also have its PCX 125 scooter on display that comes with fuel-saving automatic start-stop mode as well as smart navigation technology. The action will not be limited to the static display alone. Honda will also have an outdoor section where roadsters will get a chance to experience it’s all terrain vehicles or ATVs, which will be flown in for the event.
On display will be the CBR500R. It looks like a junior Fireblade and is powered by a 471cc, parallel Twin engine.
Honda is yet to announce which, if any, of these bikes will go on sale in India. However, Honda’s big launch at the Auto Expo will be of a new 125cc scooter that will go on sale shortly after the event. The display will also include a concept that previews a future, possibly 125cc motorcycle offering. MotoGP fans should also add the Honda pavilion to their list of most sees for the reason that Marc Marquez’s 2013 championship winning RC213V bike will be there in all its magnificence.
On display will be the CBR500R. It looks like a junior Fireblade and is powered by a 471cc, parallel-twin engine
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