The entirely owned subsidiary of Honda Motor Company, Japan, Honda Motor-cycle & Scooter India, has accumulated attractive figures and plausibility in the last a few years. A few models played a vital role in order to bring a lot of fame to the manufacturer and Honda CBF Stunner 125 PGM-Fi is one of them. Honda Bikes are built at HMSI, Haryana. Honda has recently removed the CBF Stunner 125 PGM-Fi from its official Indian site. It possibly meant that the maker is going to pull the bike away shortly.
Honda CBF Stunner PGM Fi was a fuel-injected variant. The company announced that there was a very low demand of the bike in the bike bazaar across India and this has forced us to make this bike let go out of production. This commuter was introduced in 2009 to push upward the sales of the Honda two-wheelers but unfortunately and in the course of time the demand came down and the company had to take this hash decision. Honda CBF Stunner PGM Fi Price was high in comparison with the other 125 cc bikes. It features a very extravagant and an outrageous price of Rs. 65,842* (Ex-showroom Delhi). This was one of the reasons why there was a lack of interest among the buyers for it. In addition, the bike-enthusiasts were not willing to pay for the Fi technology.
Honda CBF Stunner PGM Fi Features nothing special apart from the low CO2 emission and a high-priced tag. The fuel injection technology drops the level of emissions considerably and aids to turn on the engine with no altercation even in various climatic conditions. Although the technology is very impressive, however, it comes at a very high price and eventually hikes up the price of the bike as well. This makes the buyers turn away from this bike. Honda could not understand the price conscious buyers of India. Honda CBF Stunner PGM Fi Pictures have been removed from Honda's official website without any further notification. In terms of phasing out the models, Honda is not the only manufacturer who has done so for the first time in the history of Indian bikes but Bajaj had also discontinued its Pulsar 200 DTS-Fi from its line-up whereas TVS phased out the Apache RTR 160 Fi from the series. On the whole, there should not be any disappointment among the bike-enthusiasts because the Japanese maker might come with a better one this time.
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