Honda offers the Hornet 2.0 in two variants with prices starting from Rs 1,28,195 (ex-showroom Delhi). In this trim, the bike is available in four colours. For the Repsol HRC colour, you will have to shell out Rs 1,30,195, Rs 2,000 more. The Hornet 2.0 is offered with a three-year standard warranty along with the option to extend it to three more years.
Its sleek LED headlamp is complemented by butch-looking fuel tank extensions. The indicators and the tail lamp are all-LED too (a first for a small-capacity made-in-India Honda). The key slot is mounted on the tank and the instrument cluster is fully digital, featuring a gear position indicator and a battery voltage readout (both a first for the Hornet range). For the first time, the console is also adjustable for brightness. For a good balance of safety and cost-effectiveness, it gets a single-channel ABS. We’d have appreciated if Honda had equipped the bike with a no-compromise dual-channel unit, though.