Honda CB Glow Revenue Up By 74% In January 2021

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The Honda CB Glow grew to become the very best-advertising motorbike for the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer in January 2021, with about 1.16 lakh models marketed

Honda Bike and Scooter India is currently the next-greatest two-wheeler company in the country in conditions of gross sales, and the automaker managed to secure about a 29 per cent sector share in January 2021. Honda’s greatest-promoting bike in the Indian marketplace last month was the CB Glow, about 1.16 lakh units of which were sold.

Honda offered a total of 1,16,222 models of the CB Shine in January 2021 to be precise, as in opposition to the 66,832 models it managed to market in the similar thirty day period final year. This implies that the CB Glow recorded a yr-on-yr growth in sales by 74 for every cent, producing it just one of the few Honda two-wheelers to have recorded positive YoY development.

Honda at present presents the Shine with a 124 cc solitary-cylinder 4-stroke engine that belts out 10.7 PS of utmost ability at 7500 rpm, alongside with 11 Nm of peak torque at 6000 rpm. The engine arrives mated to a 5-speed transmission. The bike tends to make use of a diamond body which is suspended on a telescopic front fork and hydraulic variety rear suspension.

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The motorcycle arrives equipped with a 130 mm drum brake on both of those finishes, while a 240 mm disc brake at the entrance is optional. Honda provides the CB Shine with four diverse colours, particularly Black, Geny Grey Metallic, Athletic Blue Metallic and Rebel Purple Metallic. As of now, the bike is priced at Rs 70,478 for the drum brake variant, and Rs 75,274 (both equally prices, ex-showroom) for the disc edition.

Honda was also recently in the news for the launch of the Highness-based mostly CB350RS. The CB350RS adds a fashionable touch to the retro CB350 vary, but continues to share its motor, suspension, brakes and chassis with the CB350 H’ness.

That mentioned, the new motorcycle draws energy from a 348vcc, single-cylinder, air-cooled motor that churns out 21 PS of optimum electricity at 5500 rpm and 30 Nm of peak torque at 3,000 rpm. The engine arrives mated to a 5-velocity gearbox. The CB350RS is priced at Rs 1.96 lakh for the Crimson color option and Rs 1.98 lakh (both costs, ex-showroom) for the dual-tone solution.