Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Hero Honda to launch Diesel bike with 400cc in India

HERO HONDA is a well known name in the automobile industry. The company sales a large number of units of Hero Honda bikes in India. This time the company has come out with a new and better idea of making and introducing a 400cc Hero Honda Diesel bike in India. As the bike will be fitted with a 400cc displacement then it is expected that the engine is going to be air cooled. The engine will be 4 stroke and it may produce a power of 30 BHP.The bore stroke ratio of the engine and the compression ratio can be calculated keeping the other parameters of the engine in mind. The bike may contain 1 or 2 cylinder to provide the required power to the engine. The bike will surely be available in electrical start mode and a kick will be provided. The wheel will be of alloy type and the wheel size will be set according to the image of the bike. The bike might have 6 speed gears for transmission. The bike will be used for high speed with safety. The bike will have a fuel tank of 17litres and the 3.5 litres will be kept in reserve. The bike will surely be filled with diesel fuel. The lights and chassis of the bike will surely be of high quality and will be kept attractive. The Hero Honda Diesel price is expected to be RS. 1, 50,000 and it may vary depending upon the demand, availability and showroom wise. With this bike it may be expected that it will come with both the disc brakes and the suspension system is also going to be hydraulic type. With the diesel model and a 400cc engine you can expect an average of 30kmpl. The sitting arrangement of the bike will be made in such a manner that both the rider and passenger will enjoy the ride. The bike will be fitted with some meters for safety and alertness of rider like speedometer, tachometer, side stand, side indicator, low fuel indicator. These are the features that are expected to be in 400cc HERO Honda diesel bike. The bike is surely going do a better job and is surely going to impress the rider as well as the passenger.

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