Honda CG 125 Gold, the latest offering from Atlas Honda, made its debut in Pakistan just last week, replacing the Special Edition model. This new motorcycle comes with a range of updates, particularly to the frame, resulting in a fresh and dazzling appearance. Notably, the bike’s unique color combinations, including black and gold and red and gold, are expected to garner a niche fan following.
One intriguing aspect of this release is that the company decided to increase its price by Rs. 10,000 shortly after its launch, bringing it to Rs. 292,900 from its initial price of Rs. 282,900.
For a more personal and in-depth experience with this bike, we present a first-look review along with exclusive photos. But before we delve into the review, let’s take a glimpse at some captivating images of the new Honda CG 125 Gold.
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Frame and Design
In the world of motorcycles, simplicity often speaks volumes. The Honda CG 125 Gold embraces this ethos, with its primary updates focusing on graphics and stickers. Notably, the company has revamped the stickers on the tank and side covers, opting for a dazzling gold finish in place of the traditional chrome. The side covers silencer cover, and front emblem have also received a complete golden makeover.
One striking gold addition is the revamped speedometer design, featuring an intricate honeycomb pattern. The indicators of this bike have been transformed into transparent elements, lending it a fresh front look. When illuminated, these indicators exude a luxurious golden hue. Additionally, the side reflectors have been subtly repositioned, and the lower shocks and hubs now sport a sleek silver finish.
For those with a keen eye, even the wire tips on the bike’s wheels have been elegantly painted in gold. In summary, it’s safe to say that the company has left no stone unturned in infusing a touch of opulence through the generous use of gold accents.
Enhanced Engine Performance
The engine, the heart of any motorcycle, hasn’t been neglected in the Honda CG 125 Gold. According to the company, the engine’s compression has been augmented to deliver enhanced torque and improved pick-up. As a special edition, this bike also boasts a self-start option, conveniently located alongside the engine for easy access and functionality.
Stay tuned for more in-depth insights into this impressive two-wheeler.