Advertorial: Honda 2Wheelers India celebrates its latest technology landmark
Aggravated road conditions in cities and busy lives of commuters have increased the responsibility of automobile manufacturers. Time is of utmost importance as everyone is in a hurry to reach their destinations. With the next level technology making difference and providing solutions for problems in daily lives, 2wheeler user's safety and convenience has also taken another dimension.
Honda continues to be at the forefront of customer centric technology & innovation. In India, Honda's CBS with Equalizer technology was introduced much ahead of the times in the year 2009. Honda's CBS technology is easily identified by the Combi Brake sticker displayed prominently on the front fender of all 5 Honda automatic scooters (Activa 3G, Activa i, Dio, Aviator, Activa 125) and 4 of the Honda motorcycle models (CB Shine, CB Shine SP, CB Unicorn 160, CB Hornet 160R).
The Combi Brake System with Equalizer which was globally introduced over 30 years ago has brought smiles to more than 1 crore Indian customers. Earlier also, Honda 2Wheelers India has introduced technological innovations like Honda Eco Technology, CLIC mechanism and tuff-up tubes. Honda is committed to introduce innovative advanced technology that realize the dream of 'Mobility for everyone'.
What makes the Combi Brake System one of its kind? As seen conventionally, 2Wheeler riders tend to use either the front or the rear brake to stop the vehicle, depending on their comfort level. However, the same is not the ideal way of bringing one's 2Wheeler to a halt. The most efficient and secure way of doing it is by applying both the front and the rear brake simultaneously.
Even if a rider does apply both the brakes simultaneously with less skill, there are high chances that he/she may still not be applying the most proportionate force on both the brakes. This leads to unstable braking in most cases.
Compared to conventional braking, Honda's Combi Brake System with Equalizer (CBS) reduces stopping distance and improves stability while braking so that you can ride with the confidence of efficient braking in your hands.
Being a globally trusted brand, Honda has always catered to the enthusiasts by offering the best in terms of design, safety and convenience to the customers. Honda's widespread dealership network paired with reliability makes it one of the best two-wheeler manufacturers in India.
Elaborating on Honda's legacy and DNA of driving innovation in mobility worldwide, Mr. Keita Muramatsu, President & CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said, "Honda is leading innovation in technology that gives an extra edge to our two-wheeler customers worldwide. We are the first 2wheeler manufacturer worldwide to introduce dual clutch transmission system, airbag system in our production motorcycle models, advanced technologies like idle stop system introduced 15 years ago. I am proud to share that the Combi Brake System with Equalizer introduced over 30 years ago have brought smiles to over 1 crore Indians and more. Earlier also, Honda 2Wheelers India has introduced technological innovations like Honda Eco Technology, CLIC mechanism and tuff-up tubes. We are committed to introduce innovative advanced technology that realize the dream of 'Mobility for everyone'."
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Team OD | 17 Jan 2018
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