2023 Hornet Repsol Edition comes in the special racing livery of Honda’s MotoGP bikes. There is this limited edition for the Dio 125 as well…
Just in time of the Bharat MotoGP, Honda has officially announced the launch of two special editions from its portfolio – Hornet and Dio 125. The Repsol Editions of these two 2-wheelers are limited variants and like before, appear to be available for a limited period.
The Hornet Repsol Edition comes in the Ross White and Vibrant Orange livery with Repsol racing graphics. It has been priced at Rs 1.40 Lakh which is a premium of just Rs 1000 over the standard variant of the Hornet – a very small amount if you want to stand-out from the crowd.
It continues with the standard features like golden colored upside down front forks, LED headlamps, LED tail lamps as well as LED side blinkers, split seat, etc. There is a full digital LCD instrument console that comes with 5 levels of brightness. And then it also gets the assist and slipper clutch of the OBD2 variant.
The Hornet Repsol Edition continues with the same 184.4cc, single cylinder engine that churns 12.7 KW of peak power at 8500 rpm and 15.9 Nm of max torque at 6000 rpm.
Aside this Honda has also introduced the Repsol edition of its new scooter Dio 125. The bigger Dio also comes in the Ross White and Vibrant Orange color theme with Repsol racing graphics and decals. It has been priced at Rs 92,300 which is again an increase of just Rs 1000 over the Dio 125 Smart 3D emblem edition.
Honda recently launched the Dio 125 after discontinuing the Grazia and it comes with features like sporty styling, LED headlamp, full digital instrument cluster and Honda’s smart key.
The Dio Repsol Edition continues with the same 123.92cc motor that is good for 6.09 kw of peak power at 6250 rpm and 10.4 Nm of max torque at 5000 rpm.
Both these models will be available at all conventional Red Wing showrooms across India.