Honda Two-Wheelers Price List For August 2021: Prices Of Activa, Shine, Unicorn, H’Ness CB350, Hornet And More!

Modified On Aug 5, 2021 03:53 PM By Praveen M. for Honda Activa 6G

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Prices of most models have remained unchanged, but certain premium two-wheelers have gotten dearer

For August, Honda has managed to keep the prices of all its bread-and-butter models intact as they were increased marginally just last month. However, select premium offerings like the H’Ness CB350 and CB350RS have gotten a little more expensive. If you’re planning to buy a Honda bike or a scooter, you’ve come to the right place. Take a look at the latest price list:

 

Type 

Model Name

Ex-showroom Delhi Price













Scooters (ex-showroom Delhi)

Honda Activa 6G

STD - Rs 69,080

DLX -Rs 70,825

20th Anniversary STD - Rs 70,580

20th Anniversary DLX - Rs 72,325

Honda Activa 125

Drum - Rs 72,637

Drum (Alloy) - Rs 76,206

Disc - Rs 79,760

Honda Grazia

Drum - Rs 76,823

Disc - Rs 84,148 

Sports Edition - Rs 85,148

Honda Dio

STD - Rs 64,510

DLX -  Rs 67,908

Repsol Edition - Rs 70,408













Motorcycles (ex-showroom Delhi)

Honda CD 110

STD - Rs 65,248

DLX - Rs 66,248

Honda SP 125

Drum - Rs 78,381

Disc - Rs 82,677

Honda Shine

Drum - Rs 72,787

Disc - Rs 77,582

Honda Livo

Drum - Rs 70,799

Disc - Rs 74,999

Honda Unicorn

Rs 98,931

Honda X-Blade

Disc - Rs 1,10,839

Double Disc - Rs 1,15,229

Honda Hornet 2.0 

STD - Rs 1,31,182

Repsol Edition - Rs 1,33,182

Honda H’ness CB350

DLX - Rs 1,94,450 (up by Rs 4,205)

DLX Pro - Rs 1,99,450 (up by Rs 3,196)

Honda CB350RS

Monotone - Rs 1,99,450 (up by Rs 3,106)

Dualtone - Rs 2,00,079 (up by Rs 1,735)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Big Bikes (ex-showroom, Gurugram)

Honda CB500X

Rs 6,87,699 (Up by Rs 297)

Honda CB650R

Rs 8,67,575 (Up by 279)

Honda CBR650R

Rs 8,89,074 (Up by Rs 278)

Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin

DCT - Rs 17,50,500

MT - Rs 15,96,500

Honda Gold Wing Tour

Manual - Rs 37,20,342

DCT + Airbag - Rs 39,16,055

For the first time, the Honda CB350RS has crossed the Rs 2 lakh barrier. It’s a little expensive for what it offers over the more affordable H’Ness CB350. Comparatively, the Supernova variant of the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 costs Rs 2,08,084, and it offers a relaxed riding stance, a tall windshield, and a cushioned pillion backrest -- all as standard. 

In related news, the Japanese manufacturer is set to launch a new affordable ADV on August 19. If you’re wondering what exactly it is, check out our report.

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