The ‘all-new’ 2024 CG125 has been introduced by Atlas Honda. The new sticker design is the only apparent change in the most recent model.
The company has gone to the trouble of mentioning “77 improvements” in the new model to emphasize that this old bike is actually brand new. The adjustments include:
- More compressed ratio
- Improved airflow in the carburetor design
- Upgraded pistons
- Newly updated crankshaft assembly
- Head and cylinder redesign
- Revised design for combustion chamber
- Updated gear-oil pump drive
- Drive with new gear timing
- Engine mounting points with reinforcement
On the surface, these modifications suggest that the new model will perform slightly better and be more reliable. They don’t actually mean anything, though, and won’t produce any noticeable differences between the old and new models. Be not deceived.
The Special Edition model from Honda is now a “Gold Edition.” The updates consist of:
- A speedometer in the colors gold and black
- Front emblem in gold
- New seat stitching design
- Gold and black sticker
- Side and exhaust covers in gold
- Clear-white blinkers
Since the business hasn’t raised the price of its motorcycles in a while, the CG125 standard and SE are now available for Rs. 234,900 and Rs. 282,900, respectively.
By volume of production and sales, Atlas Honda has been manufacturing bikes in Pakistan for many years. Despite this, the business continues to market incomplete museum objects.
Despite asserting that 90% of its motorcycle production is carried out domestically, Atlas Honda has been announcing frequent price increases. Despite this, there is still a high demand for its bikes because consumers have few options.
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