Honda Bikes

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) is the Indian two-wheeler arm of the Japanese giant Honda. It is also the second-largest two-wheeler manufacturer in the country, after erstwhile partner Hero MotoCorp. The brand is best known for its popular Activa scooter range, which has been updated to meet BS6 emission norms, just like various other models in the brand’s lineup. Apart from its bread-and-butter models like the Activa and Unicorn, the company also sells premium products from its international portfolio. These include the Goldwing tourer, Africa Twin adventure bike, and CBR1000RR sportbike, to name a few.

Honda Bike Price

Honda bikes price starts at Rs. 49,498 for the cheapest bike CD 110 Dream and goes up to Rs. 27.77 lakh for the top model Honda Gold Wing. Honda offers 30 new bike models in India. Activa 6G (Rs. 63,912), Activa 5G (Rs. 55,934) and Shine (Rs. 58,097) are among the popular bikes from Honda. In the year 2020/2021, Honda is going to launch 9 new models in India. Select a Honda bike to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

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Q. What is the Honda CB Unicorn 150 ABS BS6 launch date?
  • Honda doesn’t seem concerned with the launches in India, for Honda India is a dumping ground where they dump basic models and mint money. Its the fault of Indian customers that they devalue themselves by purchasing outdated technology products from Honda. As long as there are Indians who are buying such outdated tech from Honda the Honda company will continue to sell and make money and use the money from India to make better products for other countries in Asia etc. Honda Is launching latest vehicles in other countries like Thailand, Philippines, China and other Asian countries. For them India is an easy market where they can sell their outdated technology products and yet make money because we Indians are so easy to convince.
  • The split of hero Honda is based on uneven technology sharing.Honda's market in India is based on the stereotype that Japanese makers have advanced engineering,technology etc.which may partially true but manufacturing that in India would not cost much.in the past few years all commuter models from Honda had only analog meter that to a basic one, they were not ready to add any features unless or until it is absolutely necessary. brand name decides their price making 'Honda' a high end manufacturer with low end tatics(decent engine+aged old body design,paint job,speedo,headlamp)..encourage native manufacturers..
  • I don't think so. i frankly feel that we do have the purchasing capacity of other markets and also our government is not helping it either by keeping the tax's high. check out KTM. but you are true regarding the point that there are 1000's and 1000's to buy their vintage activa since ages and i feel HMSI don't see a point in shaking the market. LOL and the end result is 50 shades of activa, 50 shades of shine and 50 shades of unicorn. i really don't understand what is stopping our TVS jupiter from reaching the top.
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Q. Any Ex-Change Offers available for Honda Activa 5G?
  • Exchange of a bike would depend on certain factors like brand, model, physical condition, kilometers driven, no. of owners and many more. In order to check for exchange offers and value, we recommend you to get in touch with nearby dealership. Click on the link to find out your nearest dealership: https://bit.ly/2l3tZYJ
  • Exchange for Honda CB shine 2018 model very good condition and single hand used bike km driving only 19000
  • Please check the nearest Honda two wheeler showroom for Exchange offer related details
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Q. Which is better activa 5g or tvs jupiter?
  • Honda Activa 5G is priced at Rs. 52,443 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and coupled with 109.19cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine that generates the power output of 8.11PS @ 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 9Nm @ 5500 rpm. Activa 5G is available in two trims: STD and DLX. Honda claims that the scooter can reach a top speed of 83kmph and return a mileage of 60kmpl. It has a total fuel tank capacity of 5.3 litres and under-seat storage capacity of 18 L. Moreover, Honda introduced some new features in 5G as compare to its ancestor 4G such as an LED headlamp and semi-digital console(High-end trim), optional mobile charging slot. Nonetheless, it is also integrated with new four-in-one ignition slot. To know more, click on the link: https://bit.ly/2DEFuN4 On the other hand, TVS Jupiter Classic is priced at Rs.56,726 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is powered by 109.7CC air cooled, 4-stroke single cylinder engine that produces 7.89bhp and a peak torque of 8Nm. It gets front disc and rear drum breaks with alloy wheel. It also includes a USB charging port, external fuel filler cap, reserve fuel indicator, LED tail lamp and telescopic forks, front disc brake and TVS’ Sync Brake system. TVS claims a mileage figure of 62kmpl for the Jupiter. Click on the link to churn out more: https://bit.ly/2wU8kJl ZW Verdict: TVS Jupiter and Honda Activa 5G both are good scooters and has their own strength. Although, if we compare them on the basis of power and performance then TVS Jupiter owns the crown. Whereas, Activa 5G is backed by brand tag of Honda and comes in Honda Activa line-up which is getting trusted by most of the buyers since its first modal. We would suggest you to take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort. Click on the link to find out your nearest dealership in order know about availability and to take a test ride: https://bit.ly/2jv2aXQ You also use our comparison tool to compare these two scooters. Click on the link to compare them: https://bit.ly/2K7sebg
  • Probably both but if your buying the vehicle for the first then 5g would be little better because of its reliability and after service from Honda is decent enough and stress free while tvs is a new company and you might get frustrated by their service ta some dealerships not all and I would've suggest you try looking for tvs ntorq its really a God scooter it's fast and comfortable and has lots of segment first features like full digital display and is at the same price as 5g more or less I would definitely recommend ntorq, but between jupiter and 5g it comes down to styling which one would you prefer is your buy because they both ride the same well 5g is a little softer and will be little more co. Comfortable but on high speed will tend to get nervous
  • Best is to go with N-torq in the similar price range. My family is loyal to Honda so we have Grazia, Activa, Aviator. Now, i use these 2 vehicles on regular basis - Duke 390 and N-torq. SR150 which my brother uses. To be honest... I think SR150 is best but it is highly overpriced... Now lets come to the price section where activa belongs... So, after riding its all siblings... The best one is N-torq which is a TVS brand. I was a Honda loyal customer just like my family but N-torq is way better in every aspect so i had to move to N-torq. I would advice you the same to go with N-torq. It is the best choice.. You better take a test ride of all the three vehicles then purchase which one you feel best comfortable with..
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Honda User Reviews

  • Shine
    1610 ratings
    CB Shine

    It is a very good bike for instantaneous torque and instant speeding riding and one problem that it suffers from at high speed above 80 tyres of the bike seems that flying in the air

    Md 2 days ago
    CB Shine User Reviews
  • Shine
    1610 ratings
    CB Shine

    It's been more than 13 years I am using my shine & I feel proud on my decision to bought Shine against my family decision & toady they also very about Honda Shine's performance.

    Paras 4 days ago
    CB Shine User Reviews
  • CBR1000RR
    22 ratings

    My first litre class bike is one of the best bikes out there in the market. CBRs always have been known for their stability and comfort however, this is the only CBR I have ridden which has mad power and superb torque which is controllable as well if you know how to ride it. Killer looks and damn sexy bike

    Rohan 1 week ago
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  • CB Unicorn 150
    1262 ratings
    CB Unicorn 150

    Hello All Since my last 2 servicing i am finding that my bikes avg is fluctuating at times I get approx 37km or max 40However this was not the case 6mths back in use to get an avg of approx 45km or may be above.I always use the power petrol since I have purchased my bike.Can any body help.

    Devendra 1 week ago
    CB Unicorn 150 User Reviews
  • CB Unicorn 150
    1262 ratings
    CB Unicorn 150

    I ride bike for atleast 60 kms per day. Hence both comfort and mileage is necesaary. I have done many surveys through websites and by communicate with 150 cc bike owners {( because 150 cc bike provide more comfort than 100cc bike if we slightly compromise with mileage).Two bikes in market is best for performance and comfort Its been confusion for me to chose either bajaj pulsar 150 or honda unicorn 150. In a view of stylish and attraction pulsar can gain some more points, but in stability, comfort, maintanence, and longevity Unicorn is best for family man for long run. Also the leg position and posture of sitting in the bike is more comfort than pulsar while taking test rides. If your expected mileage is within 55 to 65 with better comfort. You can blindly chose unicorn for better riding

    Nirmal 1 week ago
    CB Unicorn 150 User Reviews
  • Shine
    1610 ratings
    CB Shine


    Avijit 1 week ago
    CB Shine User Reviews
  • CB Shine SP
    544 ratings
    CB Shine SP

    I buy Honda Sp Shine 125cc in april'2018 and my experience is very bad with this bike. *Not a good bike *During riding do not feel good (may be alignment not ok of this bike) because *Since i bought this bike i feel problem chain getting out when loose.*Accessories Very Bad Quality e.g. switch and lighting system very bad. *Switch press movements not soft specially indicator switch and *Passing switch do not work proper in rain and *Handle left grip always rotate in rainy days and *When switch on high beam switch then low beam light not work and*When press passing light then both light work.*Chain Set need to change on16000Km ride only.

    Arun 2 weeks ago
    CB Shine SP User Reviews
  • CB Unicorn 160
    274 ratings
    Unicorn 160

    Very Smooth ride. Handling is much easier HET Engine, delivers good pickupBut Mileage 40 kmpl in City45 - 50 on Highway.Because of CBS Braking system its dager Bike.But ABS Brakes are imperative need for 150 CC Bikes

    Prasad 2 weeks ago
    Unicorn 160 User Reviews
  • Dio BS6
    16 ratings
    Dio BS6

    I don't know how much the petrol is available. And also the petrol indicator is downed to 2point to 1point but I didn't ride a 50 km also. So it is not showing how much the current petrol is. Pls do it fast

    Sri 2 weeks ago
    Dio BS6 User Reviews
  • SP 125
    71 ratings
    SP 125 BS6

    The ride quality, acceleration, suspension, exhaust note and the headlight throw -every single thing is top notch. When we talk about most valued aspect in the country- The mileage is 70+ which you won't expect something like that from a 125cc. Let me tell you I haven't completed the first service of this machine yet and still look at it.

    Ani 2 weeks ago
    SP 125 BS6 User Reviews

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