Honda Beat ‘Street’ variant leaked by Indonesian blog

Posted on: Oct 17, 2016 - 1:32pm IST

Will be available only in a single shade, reportedly.

Ahead of its Indonesian market launch on October 19, images of the Honda Beat Street have been leaked by Otomotifnet. According to the publication, the Honda Beat Street will be available in a single matte black color, complementing the existing range of 13 shades (8 single and 5 dual-tone color schemes).

Honda Beat Street
The Honda Beat Street will be powered by the same 108 cc engine as the regular Beat.

Aside from the new color, the Honda Beat Street will also get a new instrument cluster with a larger LCD screen, while offering standard features such as the Combi Brake System (CBS) with Idling Stop System.

The publication reports other changes in the Honda Beat Street including a larger fuel tank (capacity increased by 10 percent to 4 liters), tubeless tires as standard, and enlarged under-seat storage of 11 liters.

However, there are no changes in the mechanicals of the Honda Beat Street. It continues to be powered by the air-cooled SOHC 2-valve engine with ESP technology and PGM-FI (fuel injection). The 108.2 cc single-cylinder develops 8.68 PS at 7,500 rpm and 9.01 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm paired to a V-Matic transmission (CVT). The Honda Beat Street is expected to weigh a shade under 100 kg.

Honda Beat Street Accessories
Honda will also launch customizations and apparels for the Beat Street.

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Honda will also introduce a range of accessories for the Beat Street including a fan protector, hand guard, step bar, double step floor, wheel stickers and air filter protection. Wearables such as a cap and a T-Shirt will also be available.

Honda Beat Street – Image Gallery

[Source – OtomotifNet]

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