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Honda Motorbikes for Sale in Sri Lanka

Honda Motorbikes for Sale in Sri Lanka | Honda Motorcycles Price in Sri Lanka

The legacy of the Honda Motor Company’s motorcycle manufacturing business goes as far back as 1955, when some of its first attempts were realized. At the beginning, the company did not appear as a potential competitor for the already established Japanese bike manufacturers at that time.

However, in the early 1960s Honda took the decision to enter the already competitive US market while still being a relatively unknown manufacturer, which worked out significantly well for Honda, to become a world dominating motorcycle manufacturer. In fact, Honda’s rise as a two-wheel manufacturer in the US was so significant; it has also been the subject of numerous academic studies, given as an example for how a company should focus its introductory strategy into a new and competitive market.

Honda Bikes and Scooters in Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka, Honda motorcycles started to gain popularity in the 1980’s, due to its high level of reliability and reasonable pricing strategy, which captured the attention of the countries rising working class. With some of its highly appealing offerings, Honda quickly became a dominant player in the local motorcycle market. As of now, some of its popular varieties, which not only include typical motorbikes but also scooters, are highly popular in Sri Lanka. Particularly, the Honda Activa and the Honda Activa i, are regularly requested by the country’s first time bike riders. The more powerful Honda CBR series bikes are a dream come true for the Sri Lanka’s youth.

The official distributor for Honda motorcycles in Sri Lanka is the Stafford Motor Company, who also deals with Honda vehicles within the island. The company is known to provide a good level of service to its customers, which would be a positive point for anyone who wants a Honda branded bike in Sri Lanka. Spare parts are available not only through the official distributor but also through third party suppliers that will also bring down any additional accessories, for models being sold in the country.

05 Reasons to Buy a Honda Motorbike

  1. Industry leading technology that is comparable or even exceeds the capabilities of the competitors
  2. The near legendary reliability of the motorcycles on Sri Lanka’s rocky conditions
  3. Having the backing of an authorized distributor for easy maintenance purposes
  4. Very favorable aftermarket value in Sri Lanka for all types of Honda motorcycles
  5. Wide availability of spare parts throughout the country, even for older models

Top 05 Best Selling Honda Motorcycle Models in Sri Lanka

These are the most popular Honda motorcycles (Motorbikes, Cruisers, Sport Bikes, Scooters etc...), sold in Sri Lanka.

Honda Activa i

Without a surprise, the Honda Activa i, which is a more affordable scooter option from Honda, is also one of the most sort after bike models in the country. Due to its very competitive pricing strategy and relatively light form factor, has made it a good choice for Sri Lanka’s first time riders. The Honda Activa i is powered by a mid range 110 cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke SI engine that uses a V-Matic transmission to power its drivetrain. This has resulted in a maximum power output of roughly 5.84 kW @ 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of around 8.74 Nm @ 5500 rpm, which gives the Activa i a top speed of 83 km/h. The scooter is also capable of achieving a fuel economy of roughly 60 km/l that should be highly useful for Sri Lanka’s fuel conscious riders.

Engine Displacement (Size): 110 cc

Honda Activa i Price: New bikes, between Rs. 119,500 to Rs. 220,500.

2. Honda Activa

The Activa from the Honda is a high-end scooter that is currently being sold in the Sri Lankan market. The Honda Activa comes with a much larger 125 cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke SI engine, which has the largest engine displacement for a scooter that is being mass marketed in Sri Lanka. The engine is therefore capable of achieving a maximum power output of around 6.38 kW @ 6500 rpm and a maximum torque of around 10.12 Nm @ 5000 rpm, giving it the capability to handle the challenges on Sri Lanka’s rocky roads. The bike is claimed to have a combined fuel economy of around 59 km/l, making it an ideal candidate for long distance riding purposes.

Engine Displacement (Size): 125 cc

Honda Activa Price: New bikes, around Rs. 220,500.

3. Honda CB Unicorn

The Honda CB Unicorn is a motorcycle designed by Honda with daily commuting power users in mind. From all the popular two-wheelers from Honda that is legally being sold in Sri Lanka, the CB Unicorn has one of the most powerful engines of them all. It is powered using a 163 cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke SI engine, that uses a 5-speed manual transmission to move its drivetrain. This gives the CB Unicorn a maximum net power of around 10.82 kW @ 8000 rpm and a maximum net torque of around 14.61 Nm @ 6000 rpm, giving it a top speed of 106 km/h on the country’s busy roads. However, the bike does not lack behind the fuel efficiency department, and has a combine economy of around 62 km/l on a long distance ride.

Engine Displacement (Size): 163 cc

Honda CB Unicorn Price: New bikes, around Rs. 295,500.

Honda CBF Stunner

The CBF Stunner from Honda is an ideal motorcycle for Sri Lanka’s young office commuters. With an attractive design and a capable engine, the Honda CBF Stunner has become a success in Sri Lanka. The bike is powered using a 125 cc, 4-stroke, SI air-cooled engine that combined a 5-speed manual transmission to energize its drivetrain. This gives the Stunner the capability to achieve a power output of 8.17 kW @ 8000 rpm and a torque of 10.46 kW @ 6500 rpm, giving it a top speed of 95 km/h in the process. Nevertheless, the Honda CBF Stunner also achieves a good fuel economy, with roughly 61 km/l recorded on a combined riding cycle, saving money for its owner.

Engine Displacement (Size): 125 cc

Price (As Of 2015): New bikes, around Rs. 289,500.

5. Honda CB Twister

The CB Twister can be recognized as an all-round balanced motorcycle for the bike riding masses of Sri Lanka. It has a good attractive design to please the eye but still offers a capable performance on the country’s challenging roads. With a relatively lightweight of 107 kg, the Twister uses a 110 cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, SI engine to power itself forward. With a productive 4-speed manual transmission, the Honda CB Twister was able to generate a maximum power of 6.67 kW @ 8000 rpm and a maximum torque of 8.97 Nm @ 6000 rpm, which resulted in an 89 km/h top speed for the riding pleasure of its owner. The Honda CB Twister also does quite well with fuel economy, and can achieve around 84 km/l on a combined riding cycle.

Engine Displacement (Size): 110 cc

Honda CB Twister Price: New bikes, around Rs. 235,500.

Other notable Honda motorcycle models found in Sri Lanka includes the Honda CBR, Honda CB Shine, and the Honda Dio.

Availability of Honda Motorcycles in Sri Lanka

The best place to buy a new Honda Motorcycle is to get in contact with the authorized distributor for the brand, Stafford Motor Company (Pvt) Ltd. However, if a buyer is searching for a reconditioned or used Honda bike, then they can also contact third party distributors, for better buying opportunities.

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Interesting Fact about Honda

Honda is the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world and at its height in 1982, manufactured close to three million motorcycles annually.