Honda VT Two Wheeler Insurance

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Honda VT

General Information:

The VT is the only chopper motorcycle sold in India by any major manufacturer, apart from Harley Davidson. As a result, the bike is an eye-ball magnet when exposed to a crowd. Though Honda has not managed to rope in a significant number of manufacturers onto the VT bandwagon, the motorcycle is a testament of the Japanese manufacturer's ability to produce diverse range of motorcycles.


  • The VT has a chopper charisma that no other bike in India enjoys, thanks to its long and slim fuel tank, and extended front handlebars
  • Designers have further added plenty chrome wrapped parts that help distinguish the bike from any other motorcycle sold in the country
  • The most prominent part of the bike apart from its fuel tank is the beautiful V-twin layout of the engine, which is decorated with appropriate chrome inserts
  • It is offered in two paint scheme: graphite black and glint blue wave metallic
  • The immense road presence that comes bundled with the VT is result of stretched dimensional figures of 2575 mm x 900 mm x 1150 mm (L x W x H)

Power & Performance:

The VT is equipped with an advanced V-twin engine that produces satisfying power outputs and an enticing thump that is typical of V-twin blocks. The engine transmits the power in a linear manner, through a five-speed manual gearbox.


1312 cc


57 bhp


107 Nm




5.3 seconds

Fuel Economy (kmpl)

10 kmpl

Braking & Handling:

  • The biggest disadvantage in owning a Chopper bike lies in the fact that the stretched wheelbase makes them a pain to maneuver in city traffic
  • The lower seat height, forward placed foot pegs, and stretched handlebars result in a comfortable riding posture
  • The lower ground clearance and longer wheelbase can become an headache on Indian roads
  • The 336 mm front and 296 mm rear disc brake provides enough bite to stop the bike in emergency circumstances

What To Opt For:

  • A rare and costly bike like the VT should be protected by an Anti-Theft package to avoid sudden losses
  • Owing to the massive engine that powers this Chopper, a Zero Depreciation cover is highly recommended
  • A comprehensive cover can further enhance your ownership experience by taking care of minute maintenance expenses