Passenger segment bikes are in high demand in the Indian market. Due to its low cost, low maintenance and good mileage, people prefer this category of bikes. If you are also thinking about buying such an affordable bike, this is a great opportunity for you. In June, Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer Honda is offering a bumper discount on its bikes.
The company is offering a full 5% cashback (up to Rs. 3,500) on the purchase of these bikes. This offer is available only on EMI transactions made through State Bank of India (SBI) credit cards. Moreover, the minimum turnover is Rs 40,000. This offer is valid until June 30th. Tell us which bikes are getting offers –
Honda X-Blade: This is a sport commuter bike that offers a special sporty fun for a low price. This bike is available in single disc and dual disc variants. The bike is powered by a 162.71 cc single cylinder engine that produces 13.67 bhp and 14.7 Nm of torque. As for features, it receives an LED headlight and taillight with digital instrument cluster, muscular fuel tank, hazard switch, engine stop switch and 130mm wide tires. Featuring a double disc brake, tubeless tire and single channel anti-lock braking system (ABS), these bikes are available in four colors.
Price: 1,09,264 to 1,13,654 Rs
Honda Unicorn: This bike is only available in the Indian market in a single variant. The company used a 162.7 cc single cylinder engine on the bike that produces 12.7bhp and 14Nm of torque. This bike comes in three different colors. It has a 240mm disc brake on the front and a 130mm drum brake on the rear. Telescopic forks up front and mono shock viewer suspension on the rear. Equipped with tubeless tires, this bike comes with a single channel anti-lock braking system (ABS).
Price: 97,356 Rs
Honda Shine: This bike is available in two variants, drum and disc. It is powered by a 124cc single-cylinder engine that produces 10.59bhp at 7,500rpm and 11Nm of peak torque at 6,000rpm. While this is an affordable bike offered by the company, the company has not offered much advanced features. It has a twin pod cluster (speedometer), which contains basic information such as speed and fuel. However, it does have an engine kill switch.
Price: 71,550 to 76,346 Rs
Honda Livo: This is one of Honda’s most affordable bikes in the Indian market. In it, the company used a single-cylinder engine with a capacity of 109.51cc, producing 8.79 PS and 9.30 Nm of torque. Some friction reduction techniques have been used in its engine, which helps improve its mileage. This engine comes with a 4 speed transmission gearbox.
Price: 69,971 to 74,171 Rs
NOTE: Honda is also offering a similar offer for the purchase of scooters such as the Activa and Dio. The information provided here is based on the company’s official social media.