Honda’s fully owned subsidiary, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI), tasted success back in the year 2000 when they entered the scooter market with Activa, just after Bajaj claimed the scooter market was dead.
mid variant which sports kick start and alloy wheels is priced at Rs. 46,134/-. The top end variant featuring both, electric start and alloy wheels, is priced at Rs. 48,125/- (all prices are ex-showroom).
...what may be the next gen Bajaj Discover. Like Pulsar brand, Discover contributes significantly towards Bajaj’s success. After all it’s an 150cc with better fuel mileage. The spy shots present here have a
[wide][/wide] Operations at R&D centre of Japanese auto major, Honda, is already in progress. Its main purpose lies in developing more fuel efficient bikes to satisfy the market demand. Post break-up of 26 year
Honda tasted honey by launching Activa just when Bajaj pulled itself out of the scooter market saying it was dead. After Activa, they launched the aggressively designed Dio. Now, Honda has announced the Vision 110, which is