Customers are fiercely buying 2021 Honda Gold Wing Tour, out of stock in just 24 hours

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Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India recently launched the 2021 Gold Wing Tour premium motorcycle. It is a great motorcycle that has been given the features of a car collision which gives a great experience to the rider. This motorcycle has been launched in India for Rs 37.20 lakh. Let us tell you that within 24 hours of the commencement of the booking, all the units of the 2021 Honda Gold Wing Tour have been sold out. The motorcycle will be sold as a (CBU) completely built-up unit.


Talking about engine and power, the customers are given a 1,833cc flat-six, liquid-cooled engine in this motorcycle. This engine is fully capable of generating maximum power of 124.7bhp at 5,500rpm and peak torque of 170Nm at 4,500rpm. Talking about transmission options, the motorcycle is mated to a six-speed manual as well as a 7-speed DCT gearbox. Apart from this, the company has also added an assist and slipper clutch on the manual transmission variant.


The Honda Gold Wing Tour is a great touring motorcycle that offers some of the same features that are used in cars. If we talk about the key features of this motorcycle, then it gets a unique cockpit design with luxurious instrumentation. In this premium motorcycle, customers are given a 7-inch full-color TFT liquid crystal display with navigation and audio informatics.


Talking about other features of this motorcycle, riders are offered connectivity, gyrocompass, navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto apps. It also gets an electronically adjustable screen to avoid wind buffeting at highway speeds and also gets Smart Key operation, four riding modes (Tour, Sport, Eco on, and Rain), and Hill Start Assist. Apart from this, other electronic features include ABS, airbags, dual combined brake system, and idling stop (only in the DCT variant). Let us tell you that the screen of this motorcycle is given 8 brightness levels. The rider can see the tire pressure as a numerical figure in the bottom left area of ​​the instrument.