HMSI Launches Updated Version of Activa 125 Priced at 61,362

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NEW DELHI: Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) today launched an updated version of its scooter Activa 125, priced at 61,362 (ex-showroom Delhi). 

The model now comes with features like Head Lamp On (AHO) and is compliant with Bharat Stage-IV emission norms.

"Invigorating the segment once again, Honda's Activa 125 is now the first automatic scooter in India to meet both the AHO and BS-IV norms," HMSI Senior Vice President - Sales and Marketing Yadvinder Singh Guleria said in a statement. 

The company is confident the all new Activa 125 will strengthen its leadership even more in 2017-18, he added. 

The three variants of the scooter are priced at 56,954, 58,900 and 61,362, respectively.



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Source: PTI
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