2018 models of all three bikes receive subtle graphic and feature upgrades.
All the three bikes made their public appearance at the Auto Expo 2018 in February.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) has introduced the updated 2018 models of its three motorcycles – CB Shine SP, Dream Yuga and Livo. Prices of the 2018 Honda Dream Yuga and Honda Livo start from Rs 52,741 and Rs 56,230 respectively, while the 2018 Honda CB Shine SP is available at a starting price of Rs 62,032 (all, ex-showroom Delhi). All the three bikes made their public appearance at the Auto Expo 2018 in February. Read: Honda 5G – Price & Features Details
For 2018 model year, the motorcycles receive subtle graphic upgrades and new features along with new colour schemes. Engine mechanism of all three bikes remains unchanged. Features such as Honda Eco Technology, HET tyre (low rolling resistance tyre) and new Low-Maintenance Seal Chain are common on all three models. Developed by Honda, the HET tyre is claimed to reduce rolling resistance by 15 to 20% while offering best grip performance. This further improves the fuel efficiency of the bike and reduces its carbon emission.
The 2018 edition of CB Shine SP features new body graphics giving it a more refreshing and sportier look. The tank shroud has also been revised. The bike gets a new instrumentation cluster with Service Due Indicator & clock and a new low maintenance seal chain. Buyers will have five colour options on the vehicle – Black, Pearl Siren Blue, Athletic Blue Metallic, Geny Grey Metallic Black and Imperial Red Metallic. Read – Upcoming Honda Bikes & Scooters In India
The Livo’s new model gets new sporty stripes along with a new analog-digital meter console. Similar to the CB Shine SP, it comes equipped the Service Due Indicator, clock and low maintenance seal chain. The colour options on offer include Black, Imperial Red Metallic, Athletic Blue Metallic, Matte Axis Grey Metallic and Sunset Brown Metallic. Read – Honda PCX Electric Scooter Is Coming To India
The updated 2018 Dream Yuga gets new graphics, revised meter design and body coloured rear view mirrors. Similar to the other two models, it comes fitted with new HET tyre and the new low-maintenance seal chain. Honda also introduced a new colour scheme on the bike – Black with Sunset Brown Metallic. It also come in a choice of regular five shades – Black with Heavy Grey Metallic, Black with Red, Sports Red with Black, Black with Radiant Red Metallic and Black with Lemon Ice Yellow. . Read: Honda X-Blade 160 Sport Bike – Price & Details
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