Honda Motorcycle and Scooter prices are available here. if there are any special offer from Honda Sri Lanka then it is for a limited time only. Honda is the world wide leader in the production of Two Wheeler and they have 32 assembling plants in 22 countries.
Here is their new announcement in 2020.
Honda Aviator scooter BS-IV Sri Lanka price: Rs 261,900/-(June 2020)
For instance it is provided with Telescopic Front suspension, Combi brake with Stabilizer to provide good brake, in addition Royal seat with stylish inner cover, always head light on facility, (AHO), Front disc brake and further more classy chrome front for best appearance. Engine capacity 110cc.
2019 Special reduced price is now available as “Seasonal Stock Clearance.”
Honda CB Hornet 160R Motorbike Single Disk brake; Regular Price Rs. 405,500/- Offer Price Rs 399,500/-
Double Disk brake; Regular Price Rs. 439,500/- Offer Price Rs 429,500/-
Honda Navi Motorcycle.
Price Rs 181,900/-
Honda Navi motorcycles are becoming popular with the young people in Sri Lanka . In other words this is a comfortable 110 cc model with the capacity for the rider in addition a pillion passenger. Further more Tubeless Tyre is another feature of this motorcycle. Easy to navigate in the city traffic. In conclusion the Navi comes with Maintenance Free battery for smooth electric start at any time. In addition in 2020 in India the model is discontinued.
Honda motorcycle CD Dream 100.
Offer Price Rs 219,000/-
Honda CB Hornet 160R Motorcycle.
With Double Disc Brake Rs 429,500/- (Regular Price Rs. 439,500/- )
Single Disc Brake Rs 399,500/- (Regular Price Rs. 405,500/- )
About Stafford Motor Company,
“Stafford Motor Company, which has its roots as a fledgling enterprise with 30 staff members is now a reputed organization in Sri Lanka with a workforce of nearly 500 employees.
The cornerstone of our success is our people and their commitment to deliver excellence. For nearly four decades, we have consistently strives to provide an unparalleled level of service and surpass customers’ expectations.
Further more an initiative to empower the youth and to provide them with skills to reinforce their employment opportunities, a vocational training institute for motorcycle technicians was established in 2002.
In the past decade, we have launched initiatives which have been pivotal to meet the expectations of our stakeholders:
- Opening motorcycle sales and after sales facilities in Boralesgamuwa, Ja Ela and Batticaloa
- in addition expansion of the motorcycles’ island wide dealer network
- Further more operating a spare parts storage and distribution facility in Boralesgamuwa”Honda Cars.
Above all the source of the article comes from the official website of the Sri Lanka Stafford Motor Company.