Hornet 180 Price Increased Again; Is Costlier Than Apache 200 Supermoto ABS

Hornet 180 latest price hike is applicable on both the variants and it has made the motorcycles upto 3.76 percent dearer…

Honda has also increased prices of its biggest motorcycle that is sold from conventional dealerships – Hornet 180 aka Hornet 2.0. The streetfighter model was introduced in August last year and has seen a pretty favorable response from the market. It was followed by the special Repsol Edition in November.

Here are the latest prices…

Hornet 180 Latest Price

VariantLaunch PriceLatest Price (July 2021)
Standard1,26,9211,31,182
Repsol Edition1,28,3511,33,182
*all prices ex-showroom Delhi

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The effective hike since launch is Rs 4831 on the Repsol Edition (corresponding to 3.76 percent) whereas it is Rs 4261 on the standard model (inferring 3.36 percent).

Hornet 180 Latest Price

Honda has maintained the premium of Rs 2000 between both the trims. This means that the Hornet Repsol edition continues to be costlier than Apache 200’s supermoto ABS variant (price Rs 1,32,065).

There are no mechanical differences between the Hornet variants apart from the striking Honda’s racing color theme on the Repsol edition.

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No additional features have been offered and the bikes continue to be powered by the same 184cc, single cylinder, fuel injected, BS6 compliant motor that is capable of producing 17.27 PS of peak power and 16.1 Nm of max torque.

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