In India, the first batch of the 2021 Honda Gold Wing Tour sold out in less than 24 hours

Honda 2Wheelers are a two-wheeled vehicle manufactured by Honda. The 2021 Gold Wing Tour was unveiled in India last month, and the first batch of the motorcycles has already been sold. The company’s flagship product raced off the shelves as soon as reservations opened, with all units sold in one day. Honda, on the other hand, has not revealed the number of units allotted to India in the first batch. The firm has yet to announce when the second batch of tourers will be released. The Honda Gold Wing for 2021 starts at 37.20 lakh and goes up to 39.16 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom).

The 1833cc BS6-compliant in-line six-cylinder liquid-cooled engine on the new Honda Gold Wing Tour produces 124.7 horsepower at 5500 rpm and 170 Nm of peak torque at 4500 rpm. There are two gearbox options for the motorcycle: a 6-speed manual and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. Pearl Glare White and Gunmetal Black Metallic with Matte Morion Black are two colour choices for the motorbike.

The feature list for the 2021 Honda Gold Wing Tour is extensive, with the goal of maximising comfort on the road. A 7-inch TFT screen with gyrocompass navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto connection, an improved audio and speaker system, and Smart Key operation are all included. Hill Start Assist, ABS, Honda Selectable Torque Control, Dual Combined Brake System, and Idling Stop are all included in the tourer’s safety features. Tour, Sport, Rain, and Econ are the four cycling modes.

The 2018 Honda Gold Wing Tour is also more visually appealing than the previous generation. Sharper aesthetics, all-LED lighting, and new metals are all part of the package. The bike also receives a larger top box and a redesigned pillion seat for increased comfort. A die-cast aluminium frame supports the Gold Wing, which has a double-wishbone front suspension and a preload-adjustable pro-link monoshock in the back. With the Combined Braking System, twin discs at the front and a single disc at the rear execute braking tasks.

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