Honda Two-wheeler Price List For July: Activa, Shine, Hornet 2.0, H’ness CB350 And More

Modified On Jul 10, 2021 01:19 AM By Punya Sharma for Honda Activa 6G

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All Honda two-wheelers have undergone minor price revisions

Price hikes seem to be the ongoing trend in July 2021 and now, Honda India has also jumped onto the bandwagon. Luckily, Honda has resorted to nominal price revisions ranging from just Rs 339 to Rs 1,575. Check out the full price list of all Honda two-wheelers in the table below:

Type

Model Name

Ex-showroom Delhi Price













Scooters

Honda Activa 6G

STD - Rs 69,080 (up by Rs 1,237)

DLX -Rs 70,825 (up by Rs 1,236)

20th Anniversary STD - Rs 70,580 (up by Rs 1,237)

20th Anniversary DLX - Rs 72,325 (up by Rs 1,236)

Honda Activa 125

Drum - Rs 72,637 (up by Rs 963)

Drum (Alloy) - Rs 76,206 (up by Rs 964)

Disc - Rs 79,760 (up by Rs 963)

Honda Grazia

Drum - Rs 76,823 (up by Rs 964)

Disc - Rs 84,148 (up by Rs 963)

Sports Edition - Rs 85,148 (up by Rs 963)

Honda Dio

STD - Rs 64,510 (up by Rs 1,237)

DLX -  Rs 67,908 (up by Rs 1,237)

Repsol Edition - Rs 70,408 (up by Rs 1,237)













Motorcycles

Honda CD 110

STD - Rs 65,248 (up by Rs 827)

DLX - Rs 66,248 (up by Rs 827)

Honda SP 125

Drum - Rs 78,381 (up by Rs 1,236)

Disc - Rs 82,677 (up by Rs 1,236)

Honda Shine

Drum - Rs 72,787 (up by Rs 1,237)

Disc - Rs 77,582 (up by Rs 1,236)

Honda Livo

Drum - Rs 70,799 (up by Rs 828)

Disc - Rs 74,999 (up by Rs 828)

Honda Unicorn

Rs 98,931 (up by Rs 1,575)

Honda X-Blade

Disc - Rs 1,10,839 (up Rs 1,215)

Double Disc - Rs 1,15,229 (up by Rs 1,575)

Honda Hornet 2.0 

STD - Rs 1,31,182 (up by Rs 1,574)

Repsol Edition - Rs 1,33,182 (up by Rs 1,574)

Honda H’ness CB350

DLX - Rs 1,90,245 (up by Rs 349)

DLX Pro - Rs 1,96,254 (up by Rs 339)

Honda CB350RS

Monotone - Rs 1,96,344 (up by Rs 338)

Dualtone - Rs 1,98,344 (up by Rs 338)

 

Honda’s commuter scooters and motorcycles have all received minor increments ranging from Rs 827 to Rs 1,575. These nominal hikes are unlikely to hinder their sales. 

The CB350 twins are the least hit of the lot, with hikes of just Rs 338 to Rs 349. They now undercut their arch-rivals, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and the Meteor 350, thanks to their massive price hikes. For instance, the H’ness CB350’s DLX variant undercuts the Meteor 350’s base model by almost Rs 3,000 while the DLX Pro variant undercuts the Meteor 350 Supernova by a substantial Rs 13,000.

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  • Honda CD 110 Dream
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  • Honda Grazia
  • Honda Hornet 2.0
  • Honda Shine
  • Honda SP 125
  • Honda Unicorn

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