Honda Bikes

Honda bikes price in India starts at Rs 63,273 for Honda Dio, which is the cheapest model. The most expensive Honda bike is Gold Wing priced at Rs 27.76 Lakh. Most popular models for Honda includes Shine (Rs 71,550), Dio (Rs 63,273), Activa 6G (Rs 67,843). Upcoming Honda bikes in India include 2021 CB1000R , CB300R which are expected to launch in 2021. Select a Honda motorcycle to find out its latest price, specifications, offers, mileage, colors, images and more at BikeDekho. Also, find popular bikes brands competing with Honda Bikes as Hero Bikes, Yamaha Bikes, Bajaj Bikes, TVS Bikes, Royal Enfield Bikes, Jawa Bikes, KTM Bikes and many electric bikes. To get more details of Honda Bikes, download BikeDekho App.Searching for Honda Scooters?

Honda Bikes Price List 2021 in India

Model Ex-Showroom Price
ShineRs. 71,550 - 76,346
SP 125Rs. 77,145 - 81,441
Hness CB350Rs. 1.86 - 1.92 Lakh
UnicornRs. 97,356
Hornet 2.0Rs. 1.29 - 1.31 Lakh
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Honda Bikes in India

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About Honda Bikes

Honda India gave a whole new meaning to reliability and refinement in the Indian two-wheeler industry. Its products - particularly the Activa - turned out to be so popular that they have become household names. From teaming up with multiple Indian brands to being strong enough to compete as a standalone manufacturer, here’s how Honda made a name for itself in our market:


Bigamous beginnings:


In the mid-1980s, the two-wheeler business in India was booming with products from diverse companies like TVS-Suzuki and Kawasaki-Bajaj among others. Back then, it was a common trend for many Japanese companies to seek partnership with Indian manufacturers to operate on our shores. The Japanese were known to have the sound engineering expertise and the fledgling Indian companies needed their assistance to grow the business. Honda knew there’s a big potential in the country because the growing economy and population meant big capitalistic opportunities. 

In 1984, Honda teamed up with Hero MotoCorp, which back then was called Hero Cycles. The new joint venture was called Hero Honda Motors Ltd., and the first product that came out of this marriage was the Hero Honda CD 100. At that time, the CD 100’s reliability and fuel efficiency were ages ahead of its competition because most of the two-wheelers in the market were less advanced two-strokers. Honda’s technological upper hand reflected in the bike’s demand too, as Honda made one lakh units in just two years!


Honda realised there’s a huge scope of growth in the scooter segment too, which was then dominated by Bajaj Chetak. In 1985, the Japanese brand signed a joint venture agreement with one of the local manufacturers in India - Kinetic Engineering - to make scooters.  The first product to come out of this partnership was the KH 100, the first automatic scooter in India. The lack of gears made it considerably more convenient to zip about in the city. For a lot of riders, this aspect alone made it a better proposition than the venerable Chetak. This coupled with the reasonably light-weight design made it a preferable choice for women as well. However, in the late 90s, light-weight, fuel-efficient motorcycles gained popularity and Kinetic simply couldn’t compete in the market. The brand could not make a motorcycle with Honda’s help as the Japanese bikemaker already was in ties with Hero to make bikes. Ultimately, Kinetic ended up buying Honda’s stake, and the partnership came to its conclusion in 1998. But in parallel, Honda still continued its business with Hero and the alliance gave rise to a number of motorcycles catering to both commuter and performance segments in the '90s.


The birth of the Activa, Unicorn & CB Shine:


Honda’s alliance with Hero waxed and waned, so in 1999, the Japanese brand set up a wholly-owned subsidiary called Honda Motorcycle And Scooter India. However, the company wasn’t active until the turn of the century. In 2001, its first product, the Activa, rolled out of its factory doors. The Activa’s neutral styling and reliable, refined engine made it an instant hit in the scooter segment. In fact, Honda recorded a massive sales tally of 55,000 units in its debut year! By 2003, the Activa's cumulative sales figure crossed the 5 lakh mark. It was indeed a bold decision for Honda to introduce an automatic scooter in a market that was still dominated by geared scooters and motorcycles.


The following year witnessed the arrival of the Unicorn 150 which marked Honda’s foray into the 150cc segment. The Unicorn too became a favourite amongst commuters thanks to its refined engine and bulletproof build quality. In parallel, the Activa’s demand grew so high that in 2005, the cumulative sales literally doubled, breaching the 10 lakh unit mark! 


The product onslaught continued in the following year too, when the Japanese brand entered the 125cc motorcycle segment with the CB Shine. Both the Shine and the Unicorn had a few things in common: conservative design (yet solid build quality), efficiency, reliability, butter-smooth engine and build quality. Even though Honda’s products commanded a wee bit of a premium, prospective customers knew it was worth shelling out a bit more for top-notch quality. The Shine soon held the major share in the 125cc motorcycle segment and continues its dominance till date!


Parting Ways With Hero:


In the early 2000s, Hero’s dependence on Honda gradually decreased, allegedly over differences in business motives and issues with royalty payouts. The final nail to the coffin was hammered in 2011 when Hero and Honda ended their joint venture. In the same year, Honda entered the quarter-litre performance segment with the CBR250R. Its VFR-derived styling made the bike look elegant - appealing to a wide age-group. This coupled with the creamy 250cc liquid-cooled engine made the motorcycle a solid choice for tourers. It was capable of sustaining triple-digit speeds effortlessly and even today, it remains one of the most refined, reliable touring-friendly quarter-litre bikes in the country.


In 2012, Honda launched the CBR150R in a bid to compete with the Yamaha YZF-R15. However, it wasn’t as exciting to ride as the R15 and eventually it ended up being discontinued when India transitioned from BS3 to BS4 emission norms. After the CBR twins, Honda couldn’t really make a lasting impact in the sporty segment except for the CB Hornet 160R which was launched back in 2015. The recently-launched CB300R has been more of a niche offering as the brand decided to bring it to our shores via the CKD (Completely Knocked Down) route in limited numbers. When it comes to big bikes, Honda launched its first CKD product, the CBR650F, in India back in 2015. Now, Honda has six different motorcycles in its premium portfolio which are sold exclusively through Honda BigWing dealerships.


Into the future:


Honda recently launched its first BS6-compliant scooter, the 2019 Activa 125. It is also Honda’s first fuel-injected scooter in India and gets a host of segment-first features as well. With this, Honda hopes to crack the 125cc scooter segment which has been ruled by the Suzuki Access 125 for more than a decade. In parallel, the Indian Government is also pushing for Electric Vehicle (EV) growth amidst growing concerns about pollution and fossil fuel depletion. It was recently reported that Honda is willing to work with its competitors for electric infrastructure and battery swapping technology. We believe Honda might have something really interesting in store in the upcoming 2020 Auto Expo!

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Latest Reviews on Honda Bike

  • Honda CB300R BS4

    Best in Class

    Best in Class. A great quality bike by Honda. Amazing to ride and great Mileage.

    By nikhil nikhare
    On: Mar 22, 2021 | 51 Views
  • Honda XBlade BS4

    A Very High Performance Bike

    A very high-performance bike. Gives decent mileage for long routes. Good pickup and has ABS for traffic and safety.

    By aftab ahmed
    On: Mar 16, 2021 | 52 Views
  • Honda Eterno

    Not A Good Bike

    This Honda scooter is very good for mature people, style and performance is also good. It has good mileage.

    By jatinder singh
    On: Feb 28, 2021 | 72 Views
  • Honda Activa 6G


    Very poor build quality. I bought a new Activa 6G engine. Noises were coming from my scooter. One day I complained to..... Read More

    By bhupinder singh
    On: Feb 28, 2021 | 8421 Views
  • Honda SP 125

    Excellent Bike For Daily Commuting

    I have been using this bike for the past 6 months, everything is fine. But pick-up is not good as expected.

    By naga raju
    On: Feb 25, 2021 | 288 Views

Honda bikes Questions And Answers

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Which is the lowest-priced bike model in Honda?

The lowest-priced model of Honda is the Honda Dio with price 63,273.

Which is the highest-priced bike in Honda?

The highest-priced bike model of Honda is Honda Gold Wing with price 27.76 Lakh.

What are the upcoming bikes from Honda?

The next upcoming bike from Honda is 2021 Honda CB1000R, Honda CB300R.

Which is the most mileage efficient bike in Honda?

Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin is the most mileage efficient model in Honda with a mileage of 60 kmpl.

My weight is 84 and my friend also heavy can Livo take load as I stay on hills?

diego asked on 13 Apr 2021

Honda Livo is a fairly capable motorcycle and can carry the weight of two ...

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By Bikedekho experts on 13 Apr 2021

If self has not worked in case so what's the solution

Rajneesh asked on 12 Apr 2021

For this, we would suggest you to visit the authorized service center as they ...

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By Bikedekho experts on 12 Apr 2021

Pcx160 is it waitles scooty

vijaya asked on 11 Apr 2021

As of now, there is no official information available about the same as Honda ...

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By Bikedekho experts on 11 Apr 2021

Why Honda not provided the cooling system in this bike?

Vijay asked on 8 Apr 2021

The Honda CB350RS is powered by the same engine as its retro sibling. The 348....

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By Bikedekho experts on 8 Apr 2021

What is top speed &mileage of Honda PCX electric?

Gurashish asked on 4 Apr 2021

As of now, there is no official update available from the brand's end. We would ...

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