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Honda expands its network in Oceania, exports to Australia and New Zealand

New Delhi.
Leveraging its world-class manufacturing capabilities in India, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has announced the export of its 125 cc motorcycle SP125 to Australia and New Zealand. The motorcycle will be exported through the CBU route and will be sold as the Honda CB 125F in these markets.

About 250 units of Honda SP125 have been shipped to Australia and New Zealand from 22nd July. Currently, the SP125 is manufactured at Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India’s Tapukara plant in Alwar (Rajasthan).

Commenting on the achievement, Atsushi Ogata, Managing Director, President and CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India said, “HMSI has taken this step as part of its long-term plans to serve the world by expanding its production capacity in India. With HMMSI’s trusted quality offering satisfactory services to consumers across 38 countries across the globe, we are moving ahead as per our plans to increase our export footprint to world class markets.

Notably, the SP125 was the first motorcycle launched by HMSI in India. Powered by 19 new patent applications, the SP125 is powered by a 125cc HET engine with ESP technology. The SP 125 gets many technology features that have been introduced for the first time in this segment like full digital meter, distance to empty, average fuel efficiency, real-time fuel efficiency, LED DC headlamp, engine start/stop switch, integrated headlamp beam / Passing Switch, Echo Indicator, Gear Position Indicator.

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