Bangladesh Honda Pvt. Ltd. is giving away registration support on two of their most popular bikes, the Honda CB Hornet 160R and Honda Livo 110.
Bangladesh Honda Pvt. Ltd. has been giving away registration support on Honda CB Hornet 160R Single Disc variant since the previous month, and now they have included the other most popular bike from Honda, Honda Livo 110 in Registration Support Offer.
The great news is that, not only the Single disc variant but the CBS version of the Honda CB Hornet 160R is now getting registration support from Bangladesh Honda Pvt Ltd. And, both the disc and drum brake editions of Honda Livo 110 is getting the offer as well. This registration support can be availed upon purchasing the mentioned bikes from any Honda Authorized Motorcycles Showroom in Bangladesh.
Registration Support on Honda Motorcycles
|Model Name||Registration Support|
|Honda CB Hornet Single Disc Edition||12,073 BDT|
|Honda Livo 110 Disc Edition||6,037 BDT|
|Honda Livo 110 Drum Edition||6,037 BDT|
Honda Bangladesh has been overtaking themselves again and again in terms of pricing and customer supports, and also taking on a good portion of Motorcycle market in Bangladesh.In the late of last year, they have inaugurated their factory in Bangladesh, where they have started producing two of their commuter models, Honda Dream Neo 110 and Honda Livo 110. Both the bikes are 110cc and features all the modern features. They also get really attractive price tags due to the fact that they are Made In Bangladesh Motorcycles.
The latest bike from Honda is the Honda CB Hornet 160R CBS Edition. They have launched this bike back in March on the 5th Dhaka Bike Show, and CBS feature on an already popular model, Hornet has made the bike more popular. We have test ride and reviewed the Honda CB Hornet 160R STD for 10,000 KMs, Click here for that review.
With so many offers and supports for various models from Honda, only one question remains in the motorcycle enthusiasts of Bangladesh, and that is, what will be their next launching, and when are they going to produce premium motorcycles in Bangladesh?