Japanese giants have decided to go the full hog themselves and have motorcycles in every segment. But it's their scooters that make them king.

  • Activa

    Bland styling that now looks dated in the face of fresher competition. You could swear on its quality and reliability though.

  • Aviator

    Just like the Dio, it uses the same engine as in the Activa. But all-new bodywork that's supposed to appeal to men. Really?

  • CB 1000R

    The most pocket-friendly and usable litre bike that you can buy today. Crazy single-side swingarm takes the cake.

  • CB Shine

    It's not got a fair bit of 'shine' with bits like alloy wheels, electric start and sporty decals. Engine refinement and finish needs some work.

  • CB Trigger

    Honda takes another shot at the urban buyer in the 150cc segment.

  • CB Unicorn

    Still the best powertrain in the business, and boasts extremely good quality.

  • CBF Stunner

    A performance bike packed in a 125cc bike? Take that with a pinch of salt. Looks sporty though.

  • CBR

    The 250 has been around for sometime, and now you get it in 150 too.

  • CBR 1000RR

    Another insanely quick bike to tear up our roads.

  • Dio

    An Activa in stylish clothes. Strangely, Indians haven't lapped up the Dio. The problem is the 'flimsy'fibre body instead of metal.

  • Dream

    Honda's attack deep into Hero territory. Wing riding for the commuter.

  • Navi

    Spec: four stork, 1-cyl, 109cc engine, 8bhp, 8.9Nm, Transmission: CVT, TopSpeed: 81kph (claimed), Weight: 101kg, Efficiency: 36.2kpl, Prices: Rs 0.39 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi)

  • Twister

    Honda's entry into the high volume 100cc segment. Hero MotoCorp better watch out.

  • Unicorn

    The monoshock hasn't exactly set sales charts afire. Still the best powertrain in the business and boasts extremely good quality.

  • VFR

    Brilliant all-rounder, the V4 engine and the dual-clutch transmission makes this bike extra special.

  • VT 1300 CX

    Honda's only cruiser for India