Honda Motorcycle & Scooters said on Thursday that they plan to sell around 30,000 models of their new CBR-250R global sports motorcycle within a year in India.
The company’s VP of Corporate Affairs, Marketing and Sales, N.K. Rattan, said that they intend to sell around 30,000 CBR-250R bikes pan India in its first year since launch, during the unveiling of the bike.
He also said that bike was manufacturer exclusively in Thailand and India, claiming that it was the first motorcycle in the 250cc segment to feature ABS. In India, the motorcycle will be available in two different variants, one featuring the ABS, while the other making do without it, priced at INR 1.45 lakh and INR 1.70 lakh, respectively, according to ex-showroom prices in Chennai.
It will be offered in six different colour choices with Y-shaped head lamps, a full cowl sporty body, aluminum cast five spoke wheels, an instrument panel with blue LCD and aerodynamic styling. The bike was recently unveiled at the Auto World Expo that was organised at the Trade Centre in Chennai by Benchmark Exhibitions.
Apart from the CBR-250R the other bikes offered by Honda is India include the CB Twister 110cc bike, the CB Shine 125cc bike, the CBF Stunner 125cc bike, the CB Unicorn 150cc bike, the CB Dazzler 150cc bike, the 110cc Activa, the 102cc Dio and the 110cc Aviator.