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Honda Cliq 110 CC Scooter Launched In India Starting from Rs. 42,499

Honda Cliq Scooter

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India pvt Limited have unveiled its new addition to its scooter lineup in India. Honda Cliq, a new 110 cc scooter launched in India at Rs. 42,499 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Honda claims that this rugged automatic scooter comes with additional value of comfort and convenience for utilitarian customers.

Honda Cliq equipped with a special block pattern tyres with deep grooves for better control and grip on road in all weather conditions. The Japanese maker announced that the scooter will be available in four color options and will be rolled out in a phased manner starting from Rajasthan. The production of the new scooter from honda will takes place at company’s Tapukara plant in Rajasthan.

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Honda Cliq is powered by 110 cc engine, the same motor seen in Activa with 8 bhp of power. But this two-wheeler comes with a rugged look which provides you a distinctive off-road feel. The scooter weighs 8kgs less than the Honda Activa. Honda Cliq resembles the Navi and does offers spacious footboard, large under-seat storage with 14 litres of space and optional rear carrier.

The company says it gets a spacious footboard, large under-seat storage with 14 litres of space and optional rear carrier that enhance its load carrying capacity.

“Six out of 10 two wheelers sold in India belong to 100-110cc segment. Within this segment, automatic scooters have witnessed tremendous growth and now count for almost half of the total size. With the highly increasing demand and varied customer needs, this segment is poised to sub segmentation.” says, Minoru Kato, President and CEO, HMSI.

Discussing further, new Honda Cliq drives power from the 110 cc single-cylinder BS-IV engine which produces produce 8 bhp tuned with Honda Eco Technology (HET). Also, it carried the typical Honda gestures like Combi-Braking System (CBS) and maintenance free battery.

Honda says that the low seat height provides a great riding posture for both male and female riders. Other options like mobile charger and tubeless tyres offers the best convenience. It is believed that the vehicle will be competing with the likes of TVS Scooty Zest in the segment.

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Two-wheeler manufacturers Honda,Bajaj,Hero,Suzuki offering upto Rs 22,000 discount on BS III vehicles

BS III Vehicles

Two-wheeler manufacturers are rushing to sell thousands of BS III emission scooters and motorcycles. As the Supreme Court ban on BS III comes into effect from April 1, manufacturers are offering huge discounts. Two-wheeler majors like HMSI, Bajaj Auto, Hero MotoCorp and Suzuki Motorcycles are providing discounts up to Rs. 22,000 on BS-III models.

However, the marginal discount has a time bounding and is impossible to sell and register all vehicles in time. Supreme Court strictly orders Indian automobile industry should switch to BS-IV emission norms from 1 April. As per the previous submissions, the manufacturers and dealers had more than 800,000 two-wheelers in their inventory.

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Automobile makers are hoping for an extension of the ban and allow then to sell earlier models even after the deadline. Leader in the class, Hero MotoCorp Ltd is up with benefits worth Rs. 12,500 which brings you free insurance and cash discounts. While the cash discount on the vehicle will be borne by the company, dealers will bear the cost of insurance.

Discounts on BS III Vehicles

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Ltd (HMSI) is a step ahead in discounts. The Japanese two-wheeler maker is providing a cash discount of up to Rs. 22,000 on its range of BS-III scooters and motorcycles. Bajaj Auto is also on the same track with discounts and free insurance on its range.

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However, the makers have the option to recall the vehicles and retrofit them with BS-IV engines. Besides that, these unsold vehicles can be exported to 70 countries where BS III is active.

Honda rolls out the latest 2017 Honda City facelift starting at Rs 8,49,900

new honda city 2017

Honda City has got some prominent place in Indian sedan segment. Now, 2017 Honda City facelift made its way to India starting at Rs 8,49,900 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Honda has updated its City model after 3 years which the current generation launched back in 2014. The new 2017 Honda City facelift comes with a host of interesting updates in its design and features.

The Honda City facelift gets a whole new front-end with a new headlamp cluster that gets LED lamps on the top trims, new smarter grille and LED DRLs. The car has got a new front bumper with LED fog lamps studded in it. You also get a 7-inch touch screen audio-visual navigation system with Android-based interface. It comes with 1.5 GB of internal memory, 2 micro SD slots, and 2 USB slots. Other features include an electric sun-roof and rear view camera.

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You can observe LED tail lamps and a LED strip on the spoiler on the rear side of the 2017 Honda City. Honda City facelift gets ABS with EBD, dual airbags, and ISOFIX mounts for child seats ensure a great safety. The top-end ZX variant sports six airbags along with curtain bags. Other features which include in this flagship grade are auto on-off headlamps, automatic headlamps and automatic rain sensing wipers.

The same 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engine will be found in the Honda City facelift without any change in the power or torque output. Just like in the earlier model, the petrol engine trim will get a CVT box with paddle shifts.

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The fuel efficiency is slightly lower than the earlier model which you find 0.4 km pl less. On the other hand, the petrol CVT automatic variant continues to return 18 km pl.It is expected that the latest 2017 Honda City facelift may take on the current players in the segment. Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Volkswagen Vento, Skoda Rapid and upcoming Hyundai Verna are few namely.

Honda CB Shine 2017 Launched with BS IV Engine at ₹ 55,799

cb shine 2017

Indian automotive manufacturers are gearing up with the BS IV norms compliant models. Recently, Honda has announced its latest 2017 CB Shine which conforms to BS IV emission norms. Besides the BS-IV engine, the CB Shine also gets a few updates. The latest CB Shine also gets the auto headlamp feature apart of BS IV norms.

New 2017 CB Shine adds two new metallic colors Athletic Blue and Imperial Red to their range. Apart from this, there are few updates which include a chrome cover for the carburetor, a chrome cover for the exhaust, a premium touch to the motorcycle and 3D emblem graphics on the fuel tank.

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The motorcycle didn’t undergo any significant mechanical changes and continued to get a 124.9cc engine. The provided engine on the 2017 CB Shine produces 10.16 bhp and 10.3 Nm of torque

“It was rolled out of Honda’s Tapukara plant in Rajasthan. Of course, the silencer muffler is new, Honda has tinkered with the settings of the catalytic converter and the carburetor, so as to meet the BS IV efficiency norms,” Says, Y.S Guleria, Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India. “The company is fully prepared to upgrade its entire line-up to meet BS IV norms and will comply with the 31st March 2017 deadline for the same.” He added.

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New 2017 CB Shine will be available in three variants which will be the disc brake variant, the drum brake variant and the disc brake with Combi-Braking System (CBS). Honda claims that CB Shine 2017 prices will be hiked marginally.

Honda CB Shine first launched in 2006 has now become largest selling 125cc motorcycle in India. Honda Shine claims its stake of 36 per cent in 125cc segment in India. Honda also says that India is one of the largest growing markets for Honda sales.

Maruti Suzuki Ignis launched at a Price of Rs. 4.59 Lakh

Maruti suzuki ignis

Maruti Suzuki has kick-started the new year 2017 with the launch of Ignis in India. Maruti Suzuki Ignis launched at an introductory price of Rs. 4.59 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The competitive price of Maruti Suzuki will make other manufacturers to re-think about their pricing strategy in India. Maruti Ignis will be the third product to go on sale from the Nexa Showrooms

Maruti Suzuki Ignis will be another most affordable model from the maker. With more of like of the Maruti Wagon R, Ignis will be great successor among economy buyers. Maruti Suzuki targets millennial buyers with the launch of Ignis. However, the company has already gained 6000 bookings exclusively online. The latest model shares its underpins with the Baleno.

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The design of the vehicle is extremely unconventional, and the flat body styling gives an aggressive and masculine appearance. The short overhangs, accentuated wheel arches, a sharp C-pillar and square headlamps lend a butch appeal to the micro SUV. Maruti Suzuki Ignis is available in 9 variants in total

All-new interior in the cabin of the Maruti Ignis sets the benchmark. Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and touchscreen infotainment system give a great feel. The tall boy factor of the car delivers a spacious legroom with a decent boot capacity. Maruti Suzuki Ignis is available in 9 variants in total which include Auto gear option too.

Available in 6 colors, customers can choose up on petrol and diesel power units. The 1.2-liter K-Series petrol engine churns out 82 bhp at 6000 rpm and 113 Nm of torque at 4200 rpm. On the other hand, 1.3-litre diesel DDiS engine produces 74 bhp at 4000 rpm and max torque of 190 Nm at 2000 rpm. Both the motors are coupled to a 5-speed manual transmission. As mentioned, you can also choose AMT unit available in both diesel and petrol.

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ARAI certifies the vehicle delivers 20.89 kmpl on petrol and 26.80 kmpl on diesel. The car packs most of the safety essentials which include dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and ISOFIX mount points as standard across variants. The higher variants get seatbelts with pre-tensioners, parking sensors with reverse camera, projector headlamps and much more. Here we provide you detail price listing of the vehicle

    Variants Petrol Diesel
Sigma ₹ 4.59 lakh NA
Delta ₹ 5.19 lakh ₹ 6.39 lakh
Zeta ₹ 5.75 lakh  ₹ 6.91 lakh
Alpha  ₹ 6.69 lakh ₹ 7.80 lakh
Deta AMT ₹ 5.74 lakh ₹ 6.94 lakh
Zeta AMT ₹ 6.30 lakh ₹ 7.46 lakh