Honda to Redefine Entry-Level Motorcycle with New Low-Cost Bike
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Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) is gearing to take on the motorcycle segment with the introduction of a new low-cost bike.

According to a Business Standard report, Honda’s low-cost bike is likely to be priced between ₹30,000 and ₹40,000.

“We are examining the possibility of introducing a low-cost motorcycle for

Honda aims to tap 70 percent market share of ex-partner Hero MotoCorp with the launch of new bike which it hopes would be a strong contender to its very own 110-cc Dream Yuga. The Dream Yuga is the cheapest offering from the Honda house.

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Expats on motorcycles often flout law, endanger themselves, others
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By Zha Minjie  |   2013-1-21  |     NEWSPAPER EDITION


In this file photo, a foreigner and a Chinese ride mopeds illegally on a motor vehicle-only lane on Shaanxi Road S.

Photo by Dong Jun

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IT has been almost half a year since Tuvan Murat was fined 700 yuan (US$ 113) for riding a motorcycle without a license on a Shanghai street. Now the 23-year-old foreign student from Turkey is getting around the city on a slower but maybe safer electric bike.

“I won’t ride motorcycles anymore,” Murat said. “Too dangerous.”

That’s no idle observation.

Riders of motorized two-wheeled vehicles are involved in an increasing number of road accid…………… continues on Shanghai Daily (subscription)

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