Honda CB Hornet 160R Special Edition Launched In India At Rs 81,413 - Overdrive

Honda CB Hornet 160R special edition launched in India at Rs 81,413

06 Sep 2016 / 0

With an eye on the festive season, Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) has launched a special edition of the Honda CB Hornet 160R. The CB Hornet 160R special edition is available in two versions. The standard version is priced at Rs 81,413 while the CBS version costs Rs 85,912 (both prices, ex-showroom Delhi).

The CB Hornet 160R special edition gets no mechanical updates and retains the same 162.71cc single-cylinder engine from the regular version. The engine makes 15.9PS at 8,500rpm and 14.76Nm of torque at 6,500rpm. It comes mated to a 5-speed transmission. What makes it special in Honda’s terms is the availability of two new colour options: Striking Green and Mars Orange.

Honda CB Hornet 160R special edition

In comparison to the regular version, the CB Hornet 160R special edition gets an all-black treatment, including the grab rails, side air scoop and exhaust cover. Depending on the colour scheme, the motorcycle flaunts either green or orange decals along with body graphics and matching pinstripes on the alloys.

Honda CB Hornet 160R special edition two

Most people consider the festive season to be auspicious and prefer buying a new vehicle during this time period. Typically all automobile manufacturers register a substantial growth in sales during this time. The CB Hornet 160R special edition seems to be an effort of HMSI’s part to cash in on the festive season by offering buyers something extra.

In August 2016, HMSI registered a 25 per cent growth in domestic sales while motorcycle sales grew by 11 per cent.

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