Honda PCX 150 India

Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) could be readying the PCX 150 for its India launch. Speculations abound that the Honda PXC 150 India launch date will fall in the last quarter of 2017. HMSI has already confirmed its plans to launch 4 new products this fiscal. And our guess is that the PCX 150 will be one of these four upcoming Honda bikes in India. Read on for all the available details on the Honda PCX 150 India launch date, price, specifications, mileage and more.


The Honda PCX 150 India debut took place at the 2014 Auto Expo, where HMSI showcased this maxi-scooter to gauge the response of show-goers. A lot has changed since the scooter’s India debut. With premium products, like the Aprilia SR 150 and Vespa 150 going on sale in the country, it suddenly makes all the more sense to launch the PCX 150 here.

Launch Date (Expected) :  February, 2018


While HMSI is yet to release official details on the Honda PCX 150 India launch date, our guess is the PCX will launch here during the Auto Expo 2018. You can safely watch this space for latest news updates on the Honda PCX 150 India launch date.

Minimum Price Rs 80,000
Maximum Price Rs 85,000

The PCX 150 will be a premium scooter for Indian market. It will rival the likes of Aprilia SR 150. Hence, we expect the prices to start at Rs 80,000. At such a price point, the PCX 150 will become the most expensive scooter in HMSI’s portfolio.

Honda PCX 150 India Specifications

Engine  153cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected
Power  14 BHP @ 8,500 RPM
Torque  14 Nm @ 5,000 RPM
Transmission  CVT (V-Matic)
Kerb Weight  130 KGs
Ground Clearance  138 mm

The PCX 150 features a 153cc engine single-cylinder engine. This motor outputs a max. power of 14 BHP at 8,500 RPM and a peak torque of 14 Nm at 5,000 RPM. The engine comes with a Honda V-Matic CVT auto transmission. The PCX benefits from large alloy wheels and telescopic front forks.

Honda PCX 150 Mileage

City 35 KMPL
Highway 40 KMPL

In India, Honda could introduce the HET tech to the PCX 150. This should enable the upcoming Honda scooter in India to deliver a peak mileage of 40 KMPL. Even in city, one can safely expect a mileage of 35 KMPL.

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