Repsol Editions get dual-tone Ross White and Vibrant Orange paint scheme.
Honda has launched Repsol Editions of the Dio 125 and Hornet 2.0 for Rs 92,300 and Rs 1.4 lakh, respectively, which will be sold via its Red Wing outlets. Both models have been introduced just ahead of the MotoGP race in India this weekend.
Honda says that the new Repsol graphics represent the brand’s rich racing legacy. Both models come with a dual-tone colour combination of Ross White and Vibrant Orange with Repsol-style graphics that have been one of the most popular editions for Honda.
The Honda Dio 125 comes with a 123.92cc, 4 stroke, single-cylinder engine that’s BS6 Phase 2 compliant and puts out 8.3hp and 10.4Nm. It comes with Combi-Brake System (CBS) with Equaliser, a 12-inch front wheel with telescopic suspension and a three-step adjustable rear suspension.
The Hornet 2.0 Repsol comes with a 184.40cc, 4 stroke, single-cylinder engine that churns out 17hp and 15.9Nm, and comes with a new slipper clutch. It also gets dual petal disc brakes with a single-channel ABS.
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