Latest News | HMSI launches CB300F tagged at Rs 2.25 Lakh

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New Delhi, Aug 8 (PTI) Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India on Monday launched the CB300F bike priced at Rs 2.25 lakh (ex Delhi showroom).

The company said customers can now reserve the 293cc bike at its nearest BigWing showrooms.

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“The two-wheeler landscape in India is undergoing a big change as we move up the motorcycle category. Riders, in the mid-size segment and above in particular, are looking for the right balance of performance, versatility and modernity. “, HMSI MD , President and CEO Atsushi Ogata said in a statement.

The company presented the bike in two versions – Deluxe and Deluxe Pro – priced at Rs 2.25 lakh and Rs 2.28 lakh, respectively. *** ExxonMobil Partners with THINK Gas Distribution * ExxonMobil Lubricants announced on Monday that it has signed a partnership with THINK Gas Distribution to market its range of compressed natural gas (CNG) lubricants for passenger and commercial vehicles.

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This partnership will allow Mobil’s specialty gas engine oil offerings to be available at THINK Gas owned and operated stations in various states across the country.

“We have introduced a line of lubricants for CNG-powered vehicles that help improve vehicle productivity, performance and reliability, while meeting industry specifications for CNG vehicles,” said Vipin Rana, CEO of ExxonMobil Lubricants.

***Aaava Group Organizes Student Development Program* Solar energy company Avaada organized “Student Development Program” to develop social and moral values ​​among students as part of its social responsibility initiatives companies (CSR).

The first phase of the program launched by its philanthropic arm Avaada Foundation has been rolled out in Rishikesh targeting around 12,000 students enrolled in 10 schools, according to a statement.

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