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Buy one, rent one – Kinectic Honda

Others | Nov 28, 1987

Early bird customers o f Kinetic Honda have a unique facility: a scooter on rent from any dealer anywhere in the country.

Early this year. Kinetic Honda Motor Ltd, the Japanese collaboration headquartered in Pune, began a scheme called the Founders’ Club, for all those custorhers who purchased Kinetic Honda scooters (current Bangalore price Rs
13,050 after tax) before 31 March, 1987.

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