Honda Reveals Prices Of Models Equipped With ABS & CBS
7 scooters and 9 motorcycles now available with either CBS or ABS
- Non-CBS versions of Dream Neo, CD110 Dream, Dream Yuga, Livo, Shine and Shine SP still on sale.
- The 110cc Dream Neo could be discontinued soon as it yet to get CBS.
- Honda CBR250R is the only bike in the portfolio to get a dual-channel ABS.
Honda has revealed the prices of its ABS and CBS-equipped scooters and motorcycles on its website. The company now offers a total of seven scooters and nine motorcycles with either CBS or ABS, safety nets which became mandatory on all new two-wheelers in the country from April 1 this year. The Japanese manufacturer is yet to update its 110cc Dream Neo with CBS. Meanwhile, the company still offers non-CBS versions of the CD110 Dream, Dream Yuga, Livo, Shine and Shine SP. While two-wheeler manufacturers have been directed not to manufacture non-ABS or non-CBS models starting 1 April 2019, they are allowed to clear their existing stock. This could be the reason why the non-CBS and non-ABS variants of the above-mentioned models are still listed on the company’s website.
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Interestingly, the website also lists the standard, CBS and Honda CB Hornet 160R on its website. Even prices of other bikes like the Unicorn 150, Unicorn 160, Hornet 160R, X Blade and even the CBR 250R are listed with and without ABS. Among the ABS equipped bikes, Honda’s flagship CBR250R is the only bike to get a dual-channel unit.
Manufacturers are in the process of updating their websites with prices of ABS and CBS-equipped bikes and scooters. Recently Bajaj revealed the prices for its CBS and ABS-equipped bikes on its official website. Here’s a quick look at Honda’s new price list:
Honda CBS-equipped scooters: