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Honda Removes 13 Two-Wheelers From Its Official Website

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According to the latest reports, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter has officially removed 13 two-wheelers from its portfolio. The brand was one of the first automotive brands that led the game with the launch of BS6-compliant products, though major products under its portfolio are left to be updated with BS6-compliant engines. As the BS6 emission norms are now valid since April 1, 2020, the brand has only three scooters and three motorcycles under its portfolio that comply with the latest emission norms while a long list of products is yet to be updated.

For the time being, the brand has officially removed thirteen BS4-compliant products from its official website though it is expected that Honda will bring back some of the 2-wheelers with BS6-compliant engines in the coming months. There has been no official confirmation on what products would be receiving the BS6 upgrade as the brand has halted every operation at its dealerships and factories due to the nationwide lockdown to curb the coronavirus pandemic. The scooters which have been updated with a BS6-compliant engine includes the likes of Honda Activa 6G, Activa 125, and Dio while the motorcycles with a BS6 engine now includes 2020 Honda Unicorn, Honda Shine 125 and Honda SP125.

List of 13 Two-Wheelers Removed from the Official Website:

  1. Honda Dream Neo 110
  2. Honda Dream Yuga 110
  3. Honda CD110 Dream
  4. Honda Livo 110
  5. Honda CB Hornet 160R
  6. Honda CB Unicorn 160
  7. Honda X-Blade 160
  8. Honda CBR250R
  9. Honda Grazia 110
  10. Honda Aviator 110
  11. Honda Cliq 110
  12. Honda Navi 110
  13. Honda Activa-i 110

The products that have been permanently or temporarily removed from Honda’s portfolio also includes the Navi. The 110cc product that has been imparted a motorcycle-inspired outlook has not been updated with a BS6-compliant engine as of yet.As far as the premium bikes are concerned, apart from the Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin, the brand is yet to offer BS6-compliant engines to multiple motorcycles that continue to be listed on the website in their BS4 versions.

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