Honda CT125 Hunter Cub Moped Patent Filed In India

Japan based Honda Motor Company Limited had patented designs for its CT125 Hunter Cub moped in India, and according to Zigwheels, speculation is that the brand is planning to launch the moped in the country.Honda has patented international-spec models in India during recent times. April this year saw the company patenting the CBF190R, while May this year saw the Honda PCX electric scooter patented.

The Honda CT125 Hunter Cub features a 124cc air-cooled fuel-injected engine borrowed from the Honda Super Cub. The engine produces 8.8 brake horsepower and 11 Newton-meters of torque. It comes mated to a four-speed gearbox.
Other features on the moped include all-LED lighting, a luggage rack at the rear, a high-set exhaust set-up for good water wading ability, a fully digital instrument cluster, and single-channel ABS.

The CT125 Hunter Cub features disc brakes at the front and the rear. The moped also arrives with a gaitered telescopic fork at the front, and dual shock absorbers at the rear. The moped also arrives with spoked wheels shod with dual-purpose tyres.

In Honda related news, the brand released a teaser video of the upcoming Honda Grazia BS6 model via its domestic website. The teaser highlights some changes made to the scooter.

The upgraded model is expected to arrive with a fully-digital instrument cluster that displays a side stand indicator, a distance-to-empty reading, and a clock; among a host of other upgrades. TO know more about the Honda Grazia BS6 model, click here.

Thoughts About Honda Patenting The CT125 Hunter Cub In India

Honda's primary reason for patenting the CT125 Hunter Cub in India could be to keep it free of copyright infringement. We highly doubt that Honda will launch the Japanese auto giant will launch the CT125 Hunter Cub in India. Mopeds are generally used in the country as utilitarian vehicles in the country.

Add to that the price tag. The Hunter Cub is priced at JPY 440,000 (roughly Rs 3.14 lakh, plus registration and taxes). It will be tough for the brand to match it to say the TVS XL 100's Rs 43,932, ex-showroom price.

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Article Published On: Thursday, June 18, 2020, 18:42 [IST]
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