Honda two wheelers get optional warranty extension
Honda has announced that it has extended the warranty enrollment tenure by 550 days for all its two-wheelers. That means that all the existing customers who purchased a Honda two-wheeler that is less than 1.5 years old can avail the 3 years of extended warranty.
This will add on to the standard 2-year warranty and make a total of 5-year warranty on all its products. And the BSVI models will have warranty coverage of 6 years, that is three years of standard warranty and an additional 3 years of extended warranty. The warranty will cover high-cost parts and will be available all across the country. The warranty condition for the extended warranty is the same as for the standard warranty.
The company recently teased the 2020 Honda Livo BSVI across all its social media platforms. And it also 2020 Grazia for Rs 73,336, ex-showroom. The new Grazia's power and torque figures remain unchanged at 8.52PS of power and 10.54Nm of torque. The feature list includes AC generator starter setup, PGM-FI and also idling start-stop system. Other exterior styling features include LED position lamps, new taillight, rear indicators and a split grab rail.
The Honda Livo that has been teased is a commuter bike, the teaser does not reveal much but it gets a halogen headlamp unit, sculpted tank, pillion grab rails and the overall silhouette of the bike remains the same. It will also come with an engine kill switch and a new semi-digital instrument cluster. More information on the bike will be revealed in the near future. Stay tuned to OVERDRIVE.
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