HMSI Launches Refreshed Aviator and CBF Stunner

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI) has unveiled the latest version of two of their existing products. The Honda Aviator and the CBF Stunner are the two brands that has undergone upgrades this time. Both these brands needed an upgrade badly as they had not undergone any facelifts, off late.

Basically, mere colours and graphics are introduced thereby giving a cool look to the most expensive scooter in the country and to the sporty bike.  The standard variant of the Aviator is priced at INR 45,300 and the Deluxe variant at INR 50,400 respectively, Ex-Showroom Delhi. The Aviator is different from the other scooters in the market owing to its masculine design and above all the deluxe variant with the disc brakes. Honda Aviator was earlier available in 3 colours namely Rebel Red Metallic, Pearl Igneous Black and Monsoon Grey Metallic colours. Following the upgrade, Honda has introduced Berry Purple and Sunbeam White as the new colours for the scooter.

Coming to the Honda CBF Stunner, the company has come up with 2 new colours and graphics on them. Talking about the colour schemes of the Stunner, the 125 cc bike is now available in additional schemes of Candy Palm Green and Black as the new colour. The Candy Palm Green resembles the Balck with Cyber Green scheme of the Yamaha FZ series of bikes and the company’s Touring bike – Fazer.

The CBF Stunner is available with a price tag of INR 54,509, Ex-Showroom Delhi for the higher end variant with disc brakes and electric start options. However, it seems that these 2 new colours will be made available only for the carburettor variant and will not be available for the FI variant.

Commenting about this, Mr. N.K. Rattan, Vice-President (Sales & Marketing), HMSI said in a statement, “With changing lifestyles, Honda will aggressively expand and meet diversified needs of Indian customers. We are sure that customers will appreciate the refreshing look of new Aviator and CBF Stunner.”

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M.Naren.
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