2018 New Age Honda Bike Monkey 125 Unveiled

The Japanese Automobile maker, Honda has revealed the Monkey 125 for 2018. With this new 125cc motorcycle the company revived the Monkey moniker.



The production of the new Honda Monkey 125 has been confirmed and the news comes after the company had decided to retire the 50cc version of the mini bike. India launch highly unlikely and the high price tag is one of the prime reasons.

Obviously, it is all like the brand’s famous mini bike, nonetheless, it is decorated with a large group of corrective changes that offers a cutting edge claim. The real features on the small scale bicycle incorporate a full LED headlamp with LED DRL, all-advanced instrument group, altered front fork, and so on. Moreover, the motorcycle gets the propelled wellbeing highlights like plate brakes which are in relationship with ABS as standard fitment.

Created on the Honda Grom stage, the Monkey 125 additionally shares its 125cc, longitudinal, single-barrel, air-cooled motor. Mated to a four-speed gearbox, the bike utilizes the produce 9.3bhp and 9.25Nm of torque that is sent to the back wheel by means of a last chain drive.

Honda Monkey 125 came into nearness post the firm reported the suspension for the 50cc Monkey. As detailed, the Monkey will hit the worldwide market in two variations of a Scrambler and’CafĂ© Monkey’ trim. What will be the final price of the motorcycle isn’t uncovered yet. However, its marketing and sales through distributors and showrooms are probably going to begin from one month from now.

On the off chance that the Indian development of the Monkey 125 is concerned, it won’t check its quality at any point in the near future in the nation. The accessibility of the similar segment product, Honda Navi that offers Honda Activa stage as well as the powertrain, is the finished up purpose for. Likewise, the Honda Navi that earned the gigantic introductory client reaction, isn’t figuring out how to produce volume for the automaker.

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