Atlas Honda has debuted the “new” Honda CG125 on the motorcycle market. The only difference in the latest model, as usual, is the new sticker design.
The CG125 and CG125 SE have new stickers, but the rest of the bike remains unchanged. The bike manufacturer has not raised the prices of its bikes in a long time, so the CG125 standard and SE are priced at Rs. 179,900 and Rs. 210,900, respectively.
Honda stated last year that the 2022 CG125 has undergone 55 changes. A slightly redesigned head and cylinder, a marginally revised combustion chamber design, a new gear-oil pump drive, a new gear timing drive, and reinforced engine mounting points are among the changes.
All of this implies that the new model’s dependability and performance have been slightly improved.
Is the 2022 Honda CG125, however, truly new and improved? Although the answer to this question is subjective, we can all agree that the ‘improvements’ are not as significant as people would like.
Atlas Honda has been in Pakistan for several decades and is the country’s largest motorcycle manufacturer in terms of production and sales volume. Despite this, the company continues to sell bare-bones museum pieces.
Atlas Honda has announced several price increases while claiming that its bike manufacturing is 90% localized. Despite this, demand for its bikes remains high due to buyers’ lack of options.