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Honda Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 5 Lakh

Honda Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 5 Lakh - Find out the new and upcoming Honda motorcycles or bikes under Rs 5 Lakh with their expected price and launched date in India. Honda India is ready to launch few new bikes in all segment 100cc, 125cc, 150cc, 180cc, 200cc, 250cc, 300cc, 350cc, 500cc and 1000cc. We've compiled a list of all Honda's forthcoming motorcycles, along with estimated pricing and approximate debut dates. In the years -22, 11 motorcycles are expected to be released, including the Honda Forza 350, Honda Rebel 1100, and Honda CBR500R. Find information about the most recent bike debuts in India, as well as a pricing list.

Honda PCX160

Name

Honda PCX160

Expected Price

Rs. 1.20 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Honda PCX160 - The scooter's most important change is the bigger 156cc engine, which is a modest upgrade over the previous 149cc unit. This four-valve motor generates 15.8bhp and 15Nm, up 1.1bhp and 1.8Nm over the PCX150. The new PCX160 has a revised exhaust system, a redesigned air intake, a hydraulic cam tensioner, a new crankshaft, and an ACG starter, which is also featured on the Activa 6G.

The 2018 Honda PCX also gets a new set of wheels, with a 14-inch front wheel and a 13-inch rear wheel, respectively, shod with 110/70 and 130/70 section tyres. Meanwhile, both ends of the vehicle have disc brakes with single-channel ABS. There is currently no information on the Honda PCX160's launch in India, despite the fact that the firm was considering doing so some time ago. Regardless, if it is released, the PCX160 will be a formidable rival to the Aprilia SXR160.

Honda PCX Electric

Name

Honda PCX Electric

Expected Price

Rs. 1.45 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Feb, 2023

About Upcoming Honda PCX Electric - In India, the Honda PCX Electric was patented in May . Honda's PCX Electric is a maxi-scooter with a range of 41 kilometres (at a constant cruising speed of 60kmph). While its range is limited, the PCX Electric compensates by providing interchangeable battery packs. A 4.2kW permanent magnet motor produces 18Nm of torque, which powers the electric scooter. A telescopic front fork, dual rear shock absorbers, a front disc brake, and a rear drum brake are all standard, as is single-channel ABS. Instead of the PCX Electric, Honda is more likely to release something tailored to the Indian market. This electric scooter is expected to be released in 2024.

Honda CBR150R

Name

Honda CBR150R

Expected Price

Rs. 1.60 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Oct, 2023

About Upcoming Honda CBR150R - In Indonesia, the Honda CBR150R for has been unveiled. The revised model has a more aggressive appearance that resembles the Honda CBR250RR. A Showa SFF-BP inverted front fork and a rear monoshock are also included. The front fork, unlike the telescopic fork of its predecessor, is not preload adjustable.

A 6-speed gearbox with an assist-and-slipper clutch is also included on the bike. The assist function is said to cut lever effort by 15%, while the slipper clutch keeps the back wheel from locking up during strong downshifts. The engine, however, is the same 149.16cc DOHC single-cylinder liquid-cooled unit as before. It also produces the same amount of power and torque: 17.1PS at 9000rpm and 14.4Nm at 7000rpm.

As an optional feature, the bike has dual-channel ABS. The new Honda CBR150R is unlikely to be released in India since its asking price is too expensive for a bike in its class. Honda instead plans to launch the full 500cc parallel-twin portfolio, including the Honda CBR500R, in . Finally, we hope that Honda recognises the promise of the 150cc performance motorcycle market, as well as the Yamaha R15 V3's unrivalled dominance, and introduces the new CBR150R in 2023.

Honda Rebel 300

Name

Honda Rebel 300

Expected Price

Rs. 2.30 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Apr, 2023

About Upcoming Honda Rebel 300 - In India, the Honda Rebel 300 might be released before the Honda Rebel 500. It will be the Japanese brand's first cruiser in India, and it is expected to cost between Rs 2.30 and Rs 2.40 lakh (ex-showroom). If you're curious in how we arrived at that approximate number, have a look at this. The Honda Rebel 300 has the same engine as the Honda CB300R. The 286cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine produces 30.4PS at 8000rpm and 27.4Nm at 6500rpm. It's paired with a 6-speed automatic gearbox with slipper clutch and assist. The clutch assist feature lowers clutch lever effort, while the slipper feature prevents the rear tyre from locking up during strong downshifts.

The front fork is 41mm telescopic, while the rear shock absorbers are dual. The large 130-section front and 150-section rear tyres are wrapped around the tiny 16-inch wheels. Both ends of the brakes have discs. A dual-channel ABS model is available in the US market, but Honda is expected to include it as standard in India. It will be India's sole true-blue cruiser in its segment when it debuts.

Honda Forza 350

Name

Honda Forza 350

Expected Price

Rs. 3 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Oct,

About Upcoming Honda Forza 350 - Honda has released the Forza 350 in several countries. It receives a brand-new Euro 5 compatible motor that's bigger and more powerful. More information on the new maxi-scooter may be found here. The Honda Forza 350 will most likely arrive in India via the CKD method at first. Honda has stated that it is exploring localising some of its premium models, which we believe includes the Forza 350. The maxi-scooter is expected to cost between Rs 2.5 lakh and Rs 2.8 lakh (ex-showroom). It has LED illumination, a semi-digital instrument cluster, and a windshield that can be electronically adjusted.

You have a lot of underseat storage thanks to the touring orientation, which can store up to two full-face helmets. You can charge your phone on the road thanks to a 12-volt outlet and an underseat USB charger. A 279cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected motor produces 25PS of power and 27.2Nm of peak torque in the Honda Forza 350. Like the R15 V3, the motor has VVT (Variable Valve Timing), which improves low, mid, and top-end performance. It also has Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), which is similar to a traction control system in that it monitors wheel speed and slip ratio and controls engine torque accordingly to restore rear tyre grip.

The Forza 300 is equipped with a 33mm telescopic fork and dual rear shock absorbers with a 7-stage preload adjustment. A single 256mm front disc brake and a 240mm rear disc brake with dual-channel ABS anchor the maxi-scooter. It has 15-inch front and 14-inch rear wheels with 120/70-section front and 140/70-section rear tyres. The 22Kymco 300i will face off against the forthcoming Japanese scooter.

Honda CBR300R

Name

Honda CBR300R

Expected Price

Rs. 3 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Apr, 2023

About Upcoming Honda CBR300R - The Honda CBR300R is powered by a 286cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that produces 31PS at 8,500rpm and 27Nm at 7,250rpm and is mated to a six-speed gearbox. The fuel-injected engine is a bored-out version of the CBR250R's 249cc engine. A single 296mm disc brake at the front and a 220mm disc brake at the back provide braking. ABS is also included as a standard feature. 37mm telescopic front forks and a 5-step adjustable monoshock at the back handle suspension responsibilities.

Honda CBR500R

Name

Honda CBR500R

Expected Price

Rs. 4.99 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Honda CBR500R - The Honda CBR500R has been upgraded internationally to meet impending Euro 5 emission regulations, which means it now satisfies our own BS6 emission criteria as well. It is expected to debut in India in . It will be Honda's first parallel-twin faired motorcycle to be released in India, competing against the Kawasaki Ninja 400. The Honda CBR500R is powered by a 471cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine that produces 47.5PS at 8600rpm and 43Nm at 6500rpm. It's paired with a 6-speed automatic gearbox with slipper clutch and assist.

A 41mm telescopic front fork with spring preload adjustment is among the suspension components. A preload-adjustable Pro-link monoshock is installed in the rear. A 320mm front and 240mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS bring it to a halt. The Honda CBR500R is expected to cost approximately Rs 5 lakh (ex-showroom) and will be imported as a CKD model. Depending on how well the motorbike sells, the firm may decide to fully localise it in the future. But that's still a long way off.

Honda CB500F

Name

Honda CB500F

Expected Price

Rs. 4.79 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Feb, 2023

About Upcoming Honda CB500F - The Honda CB500F, which is Euro 5-compliant for , has been introduced in Europe. It receives new colour schemes and aesthetics in addition to the cleaner motor. By the first half of , Honda is expected to release the Honda CB500F naked bike. It's a stripped-down version of the Honda CBR500R. The bike has an all-LED lighting system, a completely digital instrument cluster, and aggressive streetfighter appearance. It uses the same 471cc parallel-twin engine as its faired sibling. It also produces the same amount of horsepower and torque: 47.5 horsepower at 8600 rpm and 43 pound-feet of torque at 6500 rpm. The engine is connected to a 6-speed automatic gearbox with slipper clutch and assist.

A 41mm front fork and a rear Pro-Link monoshock with preload adjustment on both ends make up the suspension. Braking is handled by a 320mm front disc and a 240mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS. The Honda CB500F is expected to cost approximately Rs 4.8 lakh (ex-showroom). It will be marketed as a CKD treatment. Expect the price to drop much further as Honda completes the localization process. That, however, is contingent on market reaction, which is still some ways away. It will fight against the CFMoto 650NK, Benelli Leoncino 500, and the more expensive Kawasaki Z650 when it is released.

Honda Rebel 500

Name

Honda Rebel 500

Expected Price

Rs. 4.50 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Feb, 2023

About Upcoming Honda Rebel 500 - The Honda Rebel 500 will be available in India by the end of , according to Honda. This would be the Japanese brand's first cruiser in India, and it is expected to cost around Rs 4.5 lakh (ex-showroom). A 471cc parallel-twin liquid-cooled motor produces 45.5PS at 8500rpm and 44.6Nm at 6000rpm, powering the Honda Rebel 500. It's paired with a 6-speed automatic gearbox with slip-assist clutch. The Honda Rebel 500 is rated at 26 kilometres per gallon.

The motorbike has a 41mm telescopic front fork, dual rear shock absorbers, and dual-channel ABS with 296mm front and 240mm rear discs. The large 130-section front and 150-section rear tyres are mounted on the 16-inch front and rear wheels, respectively. When it is released in India, it will fall in between the entry-level Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the premium Kawasaki Vulcan S and Harley-Davidson Street 750. In Thailand, Honda has also introduced a Bobber Special Edition Rebel 500, which will be made in a limited run of 100 vehicles. In Thailand, it costs about Rs 29,000 more than the basic version.