As we posted earlier this week, Honda Canada invited CBR125R owners to its corporate headquarters for the Canadian debut of the new CBR250R. But that wasn’t the only unveiling, as the 2011 edition of the CBR125R was also revealed. While the new 250 was the star of Honda Canada’s launch event, the 125 owners in […]
2012 Honda Ace CB125 and Ace CB125-D – $627 Motorcycles for African Market
Honda announced two low-priced small-displacement motorcycles to be produced and sold in Nigeria.
The Honda Ace CB125 and Ace CB125-D were developed to be affordable, durable, easy to use and offer good fuel economy. Honda will introduce the CB125 and CB125-D at about 100,000 Nigerian naira (US$627), a price point that Honda expects to be affordable for many Nigerians, with the manufacturer targeting annual sales of 100,000 units.
The Honda Ace CB125-D (pictured in blue) will be offered as a consumer model while the CB125 version (red in the photographs) with its longer seat and higher load capacity, is intended for use as a bike taxi.
Honda plans to introduce the two Ace CB125 models to other African nations.