Honda scooters, bikes could get new H-Smart feature

    This new feature is slated to debut on January 23.

    Published On Jan 10, 2023 12:17:00 PM


    Honda to introduce new H-Smart electronic assistance feature on scooters, bikes.
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    Honda India has teased the arrival of what seems to be a new electronic feature on its bikes and scooters, dubbed H-Smart. There are a few different possibilities as to what this teaser could mean and the company will reveal more details on January 23. 

    1. Honda may introduce Start/Stop tech soon
    2. Connected app another possibility 

    New Honda H-Smart electronic feature: details

    A teaser released by Honda on its social media handle could herald the arrival of a number of different possibilities, which we’ve explored below. 

    For quite some time, competition like Hero with its iSmart Start/Stop technology or Yamaha with its mild-hybrid system, have been moving the fuel efficiency goalposts further. Honda already has the silent start feature in some of its vehicles, but not Start/Stop and this teaser could mean that the manufacturer is finally set to introduce this fuel efficiency enhancing feature on its products. 

    Another possibility is the trickling down of Honda’s Smartphone Voice Control System (HSVCS), a feature seen on the CB300F and the H’ness CB350. This feature enables you to pair your Bluetooth communication device with the digital dash via Honda’s proprietary app and get notification alerts and turn-by-turn navigation. 

    We’ll know more soon so watch this space for all the latest details.

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