Find out why Honda's new Hornet 2.0 is special, here are 5 facts
Honda has launched the new Hornet 2.0 in the 200cc segment for the first time in India. Earlier, the company had been producing motorcycles and scooters in the commuter segment in India, while selling large motorcycles imported from other countries.
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Hornet 2.0 is in the news right now because of its very aggressive looks and muscular sporty body design. The company has given many feature segments first in it.
It can be easily estimated that Syakar Trading will sell this motorcycle in Nepal as well. Here are 5 facts you need to know about Hornet 2.0.
1. New platform
Honda has built Hornet 2.0 on its new platform. None of the frames or components used are provided by other motorcycles. The engine used in this is taken from CB190R. It has an 184.4 cc engine.
2. Aggressive design
Although mechanically similar to the Honda CB Hornet 190R, its design is different. At first glance, the design looks like the CB Hornet 160R, but its design is relatively aggressive.
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Since all the components are new, it cannot be compared with other Honda models. The ‘X Sep Tail Lamp’ and aggressive headlamps used in it make the motorcycle look very sporty.
3. Engine and performance
The Honda CB190R and Hornet 2.0 have the same 184.4 cc engine. The engine in the CB190R generates 15.8 bhp of power and 15.3 Nm of torque. The engine used in Hornet 2.0 of the same cc generates 17.2 bhp of power and 16.1 Nm of torque. It uses FI engine.
4. Segment first feature
Honda 2.0 has a USD difference. This is the segment first feature. It also has the widest tire of motorcycles available in this segment.
Like the Bajaj Pulsar NS, TVS RTR 200 Four V in India, it is priced at INR 127,000.
In India, the Pulsar NS 200 is priced at Rs 129,000 and the RTR 200 Four V is priced at Rs 128,000.