On Wednesday, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) said it had launched an updated version of its superbike Gold Wing Tour in the country. The new version of the bike makes its way to the Indian market through the CBU (completely built-up) route from Japan. The 1,833cc 2021 Gold Wing Tour comes in two variants – Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) with airbag and the manual transmission. The seven-speed dual-clutch transmission with airbag variant is priced at Rs 39,16,055, while the six-speed manual transmission variant is tagged at Rs 37,20,342 (ex-showroom, Gurgaon).
“Since its introduction in 1975, Honda Gold Wing has always represented the ultimate in two-wheeled touring experience. It is a motorcycle that’s been very much on its own journey over the decades, all the while creating an enduring and unrivaled reputation for luxury, quality, and comfort,” HMSI President and CEO Atsushi Ogata said in a statement.
The bike comes with various features like an extended electric screen, dual-LED fog lights, cruise control, a seven-inch full-color TFT liquid crystal display, upgraded lightweight speakers, and a hill start assist.
The Gold Wing Tour gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration so that the rider can utilize the personalized information and content inside their smartphones, such as telephone numbers and music playlists. Bluetooth connectivity is also available, and there are two USB Type-C ports to plug into.
“The benchmark of luxury on two-wheels for the urban commute or open highways, the 2021 Gold Wing Tour offers unmatched comfort. This flagship model from Honda packs the best balance of sharp design, latest equipment, and advanced features,” HMSI Director sales and Marketing Yadvinder Singh Guleria said.