Honda two wheels leads the BS-VI race, sales cross 3 units of lakh
NEW DELHI: Honda motorcycle and Scooter India crossed the sale of more than three lakh BS-VI units, the company announced Wednesday.
The Honda BSVI model line currently comprises five models: Active 125 BS-VI , SP 125, Activa 6G, Dio BS-VI and Shine BS-VI. Honda's four factories quickly moved to 100% BS-VI production and there is still a month left for the BS-VI deadline, the company said.
Honda Active 125 BS-VI
Developed with up to 26 new patent applications, Honda's reliable 125 cc PGM-Fi HET engine powered by eSP technology promises 13% more mileage. To this are added the first characteristics of 5 segments (Side support indicator with engine inhibitor, digital analog meter, integrated dual function switch and external fuel cap, empty stop system, front glove compartment for more storage and the first package 6-year industry warranty (3 years standard + 3 years optional extended warranty).
Honda SP125 BS-VI
The new Honda SP125 has 19 new patent applications. The completely new 125cc HET engine with eSP technology offers 16% more mileage and power packs with up to the first technology and features of 9 segments in SP 125 (full digital meter, vacuum distance, average fuel efficiency, fuel efficiency). Real-time fuel, DC LED headlights, engine start/stop switch, integrated headlamp beam/step switch, ecological indicator, gear position indicator) with the industry's first 6-year warranty package ( 3 years standard + 3 years optional extended warranty).
Honda Activa 6G
The new 110 cc HET PGM-Fi engine with eSP technology offers 10% more mileage. Activa 6G is at the forefront with up to 26 patent applications, including the ACG engine for silent start-up and the world's first enhanced Smart Tumble (eSTT) technology. Adding more value are 8 new additions (new telescopic suspension, new integrated dual function switch, new malfunction light, new engine start and stop switch, external fuel cap, step switch, DC LED headlight, adjustable rear suspension 3-step), best in the ground clearance segment, the industry's first 6-year warranty package (3 standard years + 3 years optional extended warranty) and more power (more floor space, front wheel larger than 12 inches, longer wheelbase).
Honda Dio BS-VI
The Dio 2020 comes with up to 20 patent applications and Honda's reliable 110 cc PGM-FI HET engine with enhanced intelligent power (eSP). 11 new technologies and features (complete digital meter, side position indicator with engine cut-off, telescopic suspension, engine start/stop switch, integrated dual function switch, external fuel cap, step switch, front pocket for accessible storage ) are the ones that create the most emotion. option, DC LED headlight, malfunction light and 3-step adjustable rear suspension) and the industry's first 6-year warranty package (3 standard years + 3 years optional extended warranty).
Honda Shine BSVI
Equipped with a completely new 125cc HET BSVI PGM-FI engine powered by globally acclaimed eSP technology, the new Shine BSVI is 14% more fuel efficient and offers more comfort and convenience with 4 new features (DC headlight, starter switch/engine stop, 5-speed transmission, integrated headlight beam and step switch). Shine BSVI also comes with the industry's first 6-year warranty package (3 standard years + 3 years optional extended warranty).
Yadvinder Singh Guleria, senior vice president, sales and marketing, Honda motorcycle & Scooter India said, “Honda was the first two-wheeler manufacturer to lead the BS-VI transition almost 6 months ahead of the deadline. Over 3 lac customers are now experiencing #AQuietRevolution led by Honda’s advanced technologies like eSP, many first-in-segment features like ACG starter motor and significant mileage-up. Doubling this delight is Honda’s 6-year warranty package - another first in the two-wheeler industry (3 years standard + 3 years optional extended warranty) and attractive retail finance schemes with benefits up to Rs. 10,000. The coming weeks will see Honda’s BS-VI line-up get more robust with new introductions across segments.”