Honda H’ness CB350
DLX – Rs 1.70 lakh
DLX Pro – Rs 1.74 lakh
Honda CB350RS- Rs 1.74 lakh
On this special occasion, Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Director – Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India said that Honda Two-Wheelers India shares a long-standing alliance with the Indian defense community. We provide our quality products and services along with providing them with excellent after sales service. Celebrating the 75th year of Independence, we are delighted to introduce our new bigwing motorcycles – the H’ness CB350 and CB350RS – on the CSD network across India. The availability at CSD approved special price makes it convenient for Defense personnel and CSD beneficiaries to buy their favorite Honda 350 cc motorcycle and start their exciting new ride.
can shop like this
Honda Two-Wheelers has assured to provide a convenient and hassle free shopping experience to all Defense Sector employees. Employees can log on to https://afd.csdindia.gov.in/ for CSD portal registration, dealer selection and choose their preferred model.
Upon confirmation of the availability of the selected model by the selected dealer, the staff can upload the dealer documents (Availability Certificate and Proforma Invoice) and customer documents (Canteen Card, KYC, payment transfer details etc.), which is followed by Local Supply Order (LSO) Digital copy of the same will be issued.
Honda slashed the price of this motorcycle
Let us tell you that Honda has revised the price of its middleweight adventure motorcycle Honda CB500X. The company has slashed the price of the motorcycle by Rs 1.08 lakh and currently offers it at Rs 5.79 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It was launched in March 2021 at a price of Rs 6.87 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Honda updated its 500cc line-up in Europe a few months back, which also includes the CB500X. The updated model is expected to be launched in India this year, and the recent price cut is because Honda is looking to liquidate the existing stock before the updated model arrives.
There has been a decline in the sales of Honda motorcycles in January 2022. The company sold a total of 3,54,209 units of bikes and scooters last month, which is 20 per cent less than the 4,37,183 units sold in January 2021.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India completed 10 million Honda Shine bike sales in India last month. The company said that Honda Shine has a 50 percent share in the 125cc bike segment in India and it will increase even more in the coming times. Honda Shine 125 is leading the Indian market with a 29 per cent year-on-year sales growth and has become the most preferred 125cc bike amongst the customers.
With this, the company has started production at its fourth plant in Vitthalpur, Gujarat in December last year. The Japanese bike maker is manufacturing engines of 250cc and above capacity at this plant for the domestic and international markets. Products from this plant will be shipped to many countries including Thailand, the United States, Canada, Europe, Japan, Australia and the Gulf.