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Honda's RoadSync technology has been trademarked in India. Honda RoadSync is a Bluetooth based connectivity suite designed to provide a wide variety of hands-free functions. The RoadSync will enable Honda to introduce Bluetooth enabled functions in its two-wheeler lineup.
The new system will allow Honda to catch up with the competition as the competitors have already introduced their own versions of Bluetooth technology for their two-wheelers. We expect Honda, to introduce the RoadSync tech in most of its two-wheelers already equipped with a fully-digital or semi-digital instrument panel.
Hence we can expect the Activa 125, Grazia, X-Blade, and Hornet 2.0 to be launched with this feature. Honda may even offer the RoadSync system as an optional add-on feature or as a premium variant for some of its two-wheelers.
As of now, Honda is offering Bluetooth connectivity on its premium and bigger capacity motorcycles such as the H'ness CB350, X-ADV and CB1000R. These premium two-wheelers are exclusively sold through Honda's ‘Big-Wing' dealerships across India.
Thoughts On Honda's RoadSync Technology Being Trademarked In India
The Bluetooth enabled connectivity for hands-free functions like calling, SMS and navigation might not be seen as an essential feature just a couple of years ago. However, many things which were in the past considered non-essential or a luxury have now become a necessity. Honda's RoadSync is hence now making it to the Indian market.