Honda CB Shine takes power from a 125cc engine generating highest in-class power
Honda CB Shine SP 125cc commuter motorcycle achieves the success of reaching 1 lakh sales milestone in India. The motorcycle has achieved the success in just 9 months since it was launched in the country. HMSI launched the CB Shine SP in November, last year. The motorcycle was positioned above the regular CB Shine and came with sportier design.
The Honda CB Shine has been already a pretty popular model from HMSI. With the introduction of the CB Shine SP the company strengthened its grab in the 125cc commuter segment of Indian motorcycle market. HMSI launched the CB Shine SP in three different variants, which include a drum brake variant, a front disc brake variant and a combi-brake variant.
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The Honda CB Shine SP comes available in five different colour options – Geny Grey Metalic, Athletic Blue Metallic, Pearl Amazing White, Black and Rebel Red Metallic. It dons sharp headlamp, stylish body graphics, analog-digital combo instrument console, dual tone side cover. The motorcycle runs on five split alloy wheels wrapped with tubeless tyres, which surely enhance the sportier appeal of the motorcycle.
Power source for the Honda CB Shine SP is a 125cc single cylinder air cooled four-stroke engine with Honda Engine Technology (HET). This engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission and generates highest in-class power to the rear wheels. HMSI claims, the engine is the most refined unit in the 125cc segment and the model also comes with superior NVH level.
Talking about the success of the Honda CB Shine SP, Mr. Y. S. Guleria, the Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing, HMSI has said, the CB Shine SP is one of the highest contributors in terms of volume toward the growth of 125cc segment. The Honda CB Shine SP is priced between Rs. 60,000 – Rs. 64,400 (ex showroom, New Delhi).