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Honda’s Commuter Motorcycles Will Have You Shelling Out More Money for 2021

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  • Jan 8, 2021
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This is Honda’s first price hike for its commuter portfolio in 2021

Honda is known to price its products on the premium side, so it does pain a little when the brand announces a price hike. This isn’t the first and it definitely won’t be the last. Good news is, you won’t have to break your bank just yet. The most recent price revision witnesses an increment ranging from Rs 557 to Rs 1,159, depending on the model. As a result, popular models like the SP 125 and the Shine now cost Rs 76,074 and Rs 70,478 respectively. Oh, and the extra dough doesn’t fetch you any cosmetic or mechanical updates. 

Here’s the new price list along with the price difference.

 

Model

New Price

Old Price

Difference

SP 125 Drum, Disc

Rs 76,074 - Rs 80,369

Rs 75,010 - Rs 79,210

Rs 1,064 - Rs 1,159

Shine Drum, Disc

Rs 70,478 - Rs 75,274

Rs 69,415 - Rs 74,115

Rs 1,063 - Rs 1,159

Livo Drum, Disc

Rs 70,059 - Rs 74,259

Rs 69,502 - NA

Rs 557

CD110 Dream STD, DLX

Rs 64,508 - Rs 65,508

Rs 63,859 - Rs 64,859

Rs 649

The commuter segment isn’t the only genre in Honda’s portfolio that has received a price revision. You now have to shell out more for the scooter division as well. Same goes for the H’Ness CB350 which has garnered a lot of attention since its launch in October last year. It was fairly expensive to begin with and has now received its first price hike. Here’s how much the honda CB350 actually costs.

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