Honda Motorcycle & Scooter
India Pvt Ltd (HMSI) has unveiled the Special Edition of its highly acclaimed
Street Naked Sports Bike- CB Hornet 160R. Raw, real, ripped and rocking, the
Special Edition of the CB Hornet 160R offers enhanced sporty character with 2
new electrifying accent colours-Striking Green & Mars Orange complemented
by 5 spoke split alloy wheels with striking rim stripes. The new variants have
been priced at Rs 85912/- (ex showroom Delhi)
The Special Edition is aimed
at offering bike enthusiasts more choice in terms of exciting sporty looks. The
existing customers also have an option to install new sporty graphics which
would be available across Honda dealerships.
Powered by a 163 cc engine,
the CB Hornet 160R is specially designed to deliver good low end torque. The advanced
engine also achieves a compression ratio of 10:1, delivering the right punch of
power. Further, its engine is equipped with a counter balancer to reduce the vibrations
produced in engine. It delivers a smooth acceleration from low RPM to high RPM.
Powered by the Honda Eco Technology, the long stroke engine is tuned to deliver
extra torque and super mileage. CB Hornet 160R is also one of the first
motorcycle in its category to meet BS-IV norms, well ahead of April
“From the beginning, the CB
Hornet 160R has witnessed vivid appreciation among the young motorcycle
enthusiasts. The introduction of new Special Edition with striking new sporty
styling makes it irresistible and truly rocking and would delight the
performance and attention seeking youth.” said Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior
Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt
The existing CB Hornet 160R is
offered in 5 colours – Neo Orange Metallic, Pearl Amazing White, Sports Red,
Pearl Siren Blue & Pearl Night Star Black. The Special Edition will be
offered in 2 new colours. The CB Hornet 160R will be available for sale in 2
variants- Single Disc & Dual Disc with CBS.
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