Honda launches three 2018 edi­tion bikes

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Cre­at­ing new ex­cite­ment in the mar­ket, Honda Mo­tor­cy­cle & Scooter In­dia Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI) has launched three 2018 edi­tion mo­tor­cy­cles: Livo, Dream Yuga and CB Shine SP. Un­veiled at the Auto Expo 2018, the new edi­tions of­fer re­freshed style and ad­vanced tech­nol­ogy.

Yad­vin­der Singh Gu­le­ria, Se­nior Vice-Pres­i­dent, Sales and Mar­ket­ing, HMSI said, “All the 3 new mo­tor­cy­cles are de­light­ing dif­fer­ent types of buy­ers: the as­pi­ra­tional first- time buyer, the ma­ture buyer seek­ing pre­mium of­fer­ing in the 110cc seg­ment and the cus­tomer who wants ef­fort­less style in the 125cc seg­ment. The new 2018 edi­tions will fur­ther de­light cus­tomers with their re­freshed styling quotient, en­hanced fea­tures like low­main­te­nance seal chain and patent ap­plied HET tyres for im­proved mileage.”

The CB Shine SP gets new style with an ag­gres­sive tank shroud, new sporty graph­ics for a sportier look, a new in­stru­men­ta­tion clus­ter with Ser­vice Due In­di­ca­tor and clock, and a new low main­te­nance seal chain. Priced at Rs 62,032 (Ex-show­room, Delhi), it is avail­able in 5 colours and 3 vari­ants.

With more than 5.9 lakh happy cus­tomers, LIVO is Honda’s best-seller in the 110cc com­muter mo­tor­cy­cle seg­ment. In its new avatar Livo will trans­form the way the as­pi­ra­tional youth ride on their first two-wheeler. Priced at Rs 56,230 (Exshow­room, Delhi), it is avail­able in five colours and 2 vari­ants.

Dream Yuga, Honda’s pre­mium 110cc com­muter mo­tor­cy­cle, now gets re­freshed graph­ics, an el­e­gant me­ter de­sign and body- coloured rear view mir­rors. Bring­ing ad­vance tech­nol­ogy in the seg­ment is the new HET tyre (Low Rolling resistance tyre) for im­proved over­all ef­fi­ciency, and the new low-main­te­nance seal chain. Af­ford­ably priced at Rs 52,741 (Ex-show­room, Delhi), the 2018 Dream Yuga gets a new colour, Black with Sun­set Brown Me­tal­lic, in ad­di­tion to the ex­ist­ing five colour op­tions.

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