It’s the highest ever monthly sales registered by the Honda CB Shine and CB Shine SP.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) has sold over 1 lakh units of the Honda CB Shine motorcycle in August, 2018. The commuter recorded a total sales of 1,08,790 units as against 94,748 units in the same month last year. It’s the highest ever monthly sales registered by the Honda CB Shine and CB Shine SP. In the 125cc segment, the commuter has increased the company’s market share from 6 percent to 52 percent. Read: Honda Activa 5G – All You Need To Know
Commenting on the sales milestone, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice President – Sales and Marketing, HMSI said, “CB Shine is truly the mass motorcycle model from Honda’s stable and we thank our 60 lakh plus CB Shine customers in India for choosing to out-shine with Honda. Achieving this record before festivals, gives us high confidence that CB Shine will further consolidate its leadership as India’s preferred 125 cc motorcycle. With premium style, trusted performance, high comfort and first mover advantage as the only 125 cc motorcycle brand equipped with Combined Braking System, Honda CB Shine together with its special sibling CB Shine SP continues to reach new heights.” Read – Upcoming Honda Bikes & Scooters In India
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The Japanese two-wheeler maker claims that the every second 125cc motorcycle customer in India is choosing only CB Shine brand. And it the only 125cc motorcycle brand in the country whose sales continue to grow positive in April to August 2018. In August 2018, the company registered 14 percent year-on-year growth with total sales of 4,95,315 units as compared to 4,32,984 units in the same month last year. Pictures – This Retro Looking Honda Activa Is A Real Charmer!
Powering the Honda CB Shine is a 125 cc, single-cylinder engine that dishes out a peak power of 10.3bhp and 10.3Nm of peak torque. While the Honda CB Shine is currently available at Rs 57,397, the Honda CB Shine SP costs Rs 63,000 (all, ex-showroom Delhi).
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