Yamaha India have introduced the second edition of their campaign, the Call of the Blue 2.0.
Two new paint schemes on the BS IV-ready bikes.
Honda have launched two new dual-tone colour options for their successful CB Hornet 160R. The bike is now available in red with white and blue with white colour options that complement the recently-launched black with green and black with orange special-edition colours, while the older solid colour options have been discontinued.
The current edition of the CB Hornet 160R is powered by a BS IV-compliant 162.7-cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 15 PS and 14.7 Nm of torque, mated to a smooth-shifting five-speed gearbox. A rear disc brake and Honda’s patented Combi Brake System (CBS) are optional extras, and including these options the bike is priced at Rs 86,595 (ex-showroom Delhi).
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