In India, the Honda CB Hornet 160R and Honda X-Blade were discontinued. So, both the bikes deleted from the official web site of the firm.
Honda, one of India’s leading two-wheeler firms, pulled down all the models it didn’t update to BS6 including the CB Hornet 160R and the X-Blade. This may mean that either the organization has withdrawn. These items or at a later point will carry their BS6-compliant models. Maybe after the existing COVID-19 pandemic situation stabilized and the national lockout lifted. For now, the Indian Govt has prolonged the lockdown to curb. The spread of the deadly Coronavirus until at least 3 May 2020.
In December 2015, the Honda CB Hornet 160R was launched in India.
The Honda CB Hornet 160R unveiled in India. In 2018, the motorcycle upgraded with new features such as a headlamp LED, danger lamp option, revised digital instrumentation with blue backlight, new graphics, and colors. Honda added a single-channel ABS as well. The CB Hornet 160R used a single-cylinder 162.71 cc engine, which produced 15 PS of power and 14.5 Nm of torque.
Debut Of Honda X-Blade:
The Honda X-Blade made its Auto Expo 2018 debut and then went on sale a month later. It was one of the motorcycles with the most innovative look in its category. With a full-LED headlight, angular fuel tank extensions, sporty tail section, it featured an aggressive styling. The motorcycle’s taillights and pillion catch rails were original. The X-Blade powered by a single-cylinder 162.71 cc engine. It was a BS4-compliant mill that produced power of 13.93 BHP and torque of 13.9 Nm.
The Honda X-Blade made its Auto Expo 2018 debut and then went on sale a month later.
In addition to the CB Hornet 160R and X-Blade, the Honda CBR 250R axed in India, too. Both the Honda Aviator and Honda Grazia pulled down from the official website of the company.