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language | Updated: 16 Feb 2021, 03:47:00 PM

New Delhi, Feb 16 (Language) Japan’s vehicle manufacturer Honda on Tuesday held the global premiere of its mid-size Bhrut motorcycle CB 350 RS. The price of this two-wheeler is 1.96 lakh rupees, this vehicle will be available at different showrooms of the company in India from next month. Booking has been started. The CB 350 RS is Honda’s second new offering of motorcycles in the CB group, which is the ‘Made in India for the World’ bike after the Iaines CB 350 bike introduced in October last year. Honda Motorcycle & Scooter

New Delhi, Feb 16 (Language) Japan’s vehicle manufacturer Honda on Tuesday held the global premiere of its mid-size Bhrut motorcycle CB 350 RS. The price of this two-wheeler is 1.96 lakh rupees, this vehicle will be available at different showrooms of the company in India from next month. Booking has been started. The CB 350 RS is Honda’s second new offering of motorcycles in the CB group, which is the ‘Made in India for the World’ bike after the Iaines CB 350 bike introduced in October last year. Atsushi Ogata, Managing Director, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI), said at a virtual conference, “Last year, Indian automakers were allowed to experience the ‘Made in India’ CB brand and their A chance to enhance the joy of riding. Today, we are excited to add another chapter to the CB series. “He added,” By showcasing the true heritage of the CB brand, the CB 350 RS offers contemporary style and a superior Indian experience. Will add value to the customer. He said that since the CB 92 was offered in the year 1959, Honda’s CB brand has “pushed the limits of technology. This bike is a beautiful combination of performance, comfort, style, technology and reliability.” Asked if the company planned to export the CB350RS, he said HMSI would discuss with headquarters in Japan and find global markets that would be interested in both CB350 and CB350RS bikes. However, he said that with these two bikes HMSI’s priority would be the Indian market. Commenting on the expansion of the Big Wing network, HMSI Director – Sales and Marketing Yadvinder Singh Guleria said the company was on track to reach 50 sales centers by the end of March. He said that by the end of this month, the company will have 35 sales centers ready. When asked about the business scenario for the year 2021, Ogata said that the year has just started, the results so far are better than last year, but the demand needs to be taken seriously. He said, “We should be optimistic … but we won’t be too optimistic.”

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