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The 2021 Honda Gold Wing sold out in India in 24 hours

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When it comes to luxury motorcycle riding, nothing beats the Honda Golden Wing Tour. The Gold Wing Tour is considered the OG mothership of its market segment and the great father of all station wagons. Honda recently launched the 2021 version of the Gold Wing Tour in India with a starting price of 37.2 lakhs Indian rupees, while the top-end DCT airbag version starts at 39.16 lakh Indian rupees. It should be no surprise that the first batch of upgraded Grand Tourers is officially sold out in India because Gold Wing is one of the ultra-luxury Grand Tourers in India. Another factor contributing to its popularity is that it has been here for centuries.

People are familiar with this fanatical motorcycle, and if anyone is looking for a high-quality Grand Tourer, then Gold Wing is the most meaningful. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI) issued a press release, revealing that the new Honda Gold Wing Tour has been fully booked within 24 hours after the booking started. However, the company did not disclose the total number of luxury touring motorcycles in the first batch. The passenger seat of the luxury touring motorcycle has been modified and more comfortable.

Honda Gold Wing

The Tour models of the GL1800 series also have a redesigned backrest and a more relaxed angle of the passenger seat backrest. The profile has also become higher, and improved additional features have also made the passenger seat a better place. The Tour model uses synthetic leather seat covers. The liquid-cooled 1,833cc six-cylinder engine produces 126 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 170 Nm at 4,500 rpm.

The power is transmitted to the rear wheels through the axle drive system. In addition to improving the fuel injection system, Honda also updated the Gold Wing 7-speed DCT (Dual Clutch Automatic Transmission) hardware and software, again seeking to improve low-speed driving performance. The DCT system runs more smoothly and quietly. This is achieved by using noise-reducing rubber at both ends of the fork rail and the main gearbox arm.