Honda Big Bikes Available Models and Price in Nepali market
Honda is the most preferred two wheeler brand in the Nepali auto market. The popularity of this brand, which was introduced in Nepal six decades ago, is so high that even some consumers interchangeably use the word motorcycle for Honda.
Honda’s fleet includes smallest bike Navi to the big CBR 600 RR that has been available in the Nepali market for quite some time now. Similarly, in the scooter segment one can find from 110 cc Dio to 125 cc capacity Grazia BS6. The best-selling models on motorcycles include the Shine, Unicorn and Hornet models, while scooters are led by Dio and Grazia.
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Syakar Trading Company, the official distributor for Nepal, has been promoting Big Bikes with six models ranging from 150 cc capacity off-road bike XR 150 to super sport bike CBR 600 RR in the Nepali market. For which, the company is also operating a separate showroom in Teku under the name of Honda BigWing.
The XR150L is the cheapest model to join Honda’s Big Bike segment. The price of this bike has been fixed at Rs 649,900. Equipped with a 150 cc engine, the XR150 has a maximum power of 12.14 bhp and a torque of 12.5 Nm. It has a ground clearance of 245 mm which is considered suitable for jumping even on off-road.
The XR190L is the second cheapest big bike after the XR150. The price of this bike was earlier fixed at Rs 686,900 but it is not available in stock at present, said a company source. The bike is powered by a 190 cc engine. It has a maximum power of 15.6 hp and torque of 15.7 Nm. Ground clearance is also 245 mm.
Similarly, the CBR250R is priced at Rs 679,000 and the model with ABS is priced at Rs 7,93,000. With a capacity of 250 cc, the sport bike has a maximum power of 19.5 kW and a torque of 22.9 Nm.
|CBR 250R STD
|CBR 250R ABS
|CBR 250R REPSOL STD
|CBR 250R REPSOL ABS
Cruiser bike H’ness CB350, which recently entered Nepal, and CB350 RS models of retro classic looks are also becoming popular. These bikes are priced at Rs 775,000 and Rs 799,000 respectively. Both the bikes are powered by a 350 cc engine with the same power and torque. Both the bikes have maximum power of 15.5 kW and torque of 30 Nm.
The most expensive super sports bike CBR 600 RR is priced at Rs 34,50,000. The bike is powered by a 600 cc Race-Ready Liquid Cooled DOHC 16 valve engine. It has a maximum power of 118 hp and a torque of 66 Nm.
The last model to enter Honda’s Big Bike segment at the end of the year 2021 is the CRF 300L and CRF 300L Rally duo.
The Rally inspired bikes are heavily inspired from CRF450R motocross bike and comes powered by a 286 cc liquid cooled engine which is also BS6 compliant.
The engine generates 27.32 PS (8500 rpm) and 26.6 Nm (6500 rpm) of torque.
The CRF 300L is currently priced at NRs 17.5 Lakhs while the Rally Edition is priced at NRs 19.5 Lakhs in Nepali market.