Honda Popular two-wheeler manufacturer Honda has announced a new bike that will work with a flex-fuel engine, which will cost much less, see when it launches

Honda Flex Fuel Bikes:- Popular two-wheeler manufacturer Honda Motorcycle and Scooters India (HMSI) plans to launch its first motorcycle with a flex-fuel engine. Honda becomes the second company in India to launch a flex-fuel-powered motorcycle, following TVS’s Apache RTR 200 Fi E100 with a flex-fuel engine. Popular two-wheeler manufacturer Honda has announced that the new flex-fuel motorcycle will be launched in the next two years.

Popular two-wheeler manufacturer Honda announces new bike that will work with a flex-fuel engine, which will cost much less, see when it launches

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Honda Flex Fuel bikes

Due to the rising petrol prices, all bike drivers have many problems due to the daily rising petrol prices. Sometimes the price of gasoline is so high that people often have to think before refilling the oil. In such a situation, many companies prepare various types of vehicles to reduce the dependence on gasoline. In which flex fuel is also processed together with electric, ethanol, hydrogen.

Popular two-wheeler manufacturer Honda announces new bike that will work with a flex-fuel engine, which will cost much less, see when it launches

Honda Flex Fuel bikes

Atsushi Ogata, CEO, Honda Motorcycles & Scooters India, announced this during an international conference on biofuels in Delhi. He said the first model of Flexi-Fuel Motorcycle will be launched by the end of 2024. He did not specify which model will be used as the brand’s first flexi-fuel motorcycle.

Popular two-wheeler manufacturer Honda announces new bike that will work with a flex-fuel engine, which will cost much less, see when it launches

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Honda Flex Fuel bikes

The Flex Fuel Engine allows the vehicle to run on petrol and ethanol. That is, this bike can run entirely on Gasoline and completely on Ethanol. The company may market one or more commuter motorcycles with the flex-fuel engine in India. The Japanese company Honda already sells Flex Fuel Motorcycles in other countries, such as Brazil.