Both bikes receive a minor price hike within two months of their launch.

The company has increased prices for its CB Hornet 160R and the new Honda CBR250R by Rs 559. The facelifted Honda CB Hornet 160R, launched in March, now costs Rs 85,234 for the base bike, while the top-spec ABS version costs Rs 93,234 (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi).

The CB Hornet 160R facelift came with new graphics, colour options, LED headlight and a redesigned instrument console. Mechanically, it uses a 162.7cc, air-cooled motor that makes 14.9hp and 14.5Nm.

The CBR250R’s base variant now costs Rs 1,64,143 while the ABS variant is priced at Rs 1,93,666 (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). The earlier bike was discontinued thanks to the BS-IV emission norms that came into effect in 2017. The updated Honda CBR250R is now powered by a BS-IV-compliant 249.6cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor, that makes 26.5hp and 22.9Nm. The facelift also brought with an LED headlight along with new colours and redesigned graphics.

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