2017 Honda CB Shine SP is priced at Rs 60,674 (Standard), Rs 63,173 (Deluxe) and Rs 65,174 (CBS), ex-showroom Delhi.
2017 Honda CB Shine SP comes with a BSIV engine and Automatic Headlamp On (AHO) feature.
The Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer, Honda has introduced the new CB Shine SP with a BSIV engine in India. The 2017 Honda CB Shine SP not only conforms to BSIV emission standards, but comes with Auto Headlamp On (AHO) feature as well. While the standard version of the bike is priced at Rs 60,674, the Deluxe and CBS models are available at Rs 63,173 and Rs 65,174 respectively. Aforementioned prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.
At this price, the 2017 Honda CB Shine SP goes up against the CB Shine SP rivals the Hero Glamour, Bajaj Discover 125 and Yamaha Saluto. The updated model also gets new low rolling resistance tyres that will aid to its fuel efficiency. Though, mechanically the commuter remains unchanged. As a reminder, the Honda CB Shine SP (old model) had achieved 1 lakh sales mark in September 2016 in the domestic market. Read More About: Honda CBR150R | Honda CBR250R
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|Engine||124.73cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled BSIV|
|Max Power||10.16bhp @ 7,500rpm|
|Max Torque||10.3Nm @ 5,500rpm|
|Acceleration (0-60kmph)||7 seconds|
The new Honda CB Shine SP hearts the same 124.73cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with HET (Honda ECo Technology) that also powers the regular CB Shine. Now, this powertrain meets the BSIV emission standards, and churns out a maximum power of 10.16bhp at 7,500rpm and 10.3Nm of peak torque at 5,500rpm. Paired to a 5-speed gearbox, this commuter returns a mileage of 65kmpl. It can attain a top speed of 93kmph.
For performing suspension duties, there is telescopic fork upfront and spring loaded hydraulic type rear setup. The braking system of the bike comprises of front and rear drum brakes, while the front disc brake comes as option.
Wearing all-new headlight cowl and visor, black grab-rail, side panels with silver finish, new tail-lamp, full chain cover, new seats and clear-lense indicators, the bike looks quite sporty. For 2017, the bike gets AHO (automatic headlamp on). Features such as the Livo-inspired exhaust muffler with chrome garnish, rear suspension springs in red colour and slightly modified exhaust add more to its appearance. This 125cc commuter comes fitted with 10-spoke, 18-inch alloy wheels and new 80/100-18 low resistance tyres.
The new CB Shine SP is as fuel efficient as the previous model, since both the models share the engine. The new model delivers an average of 65kmpl.
– Geny Grey Metallic
– Pearl Amazing White
– Athletic Blue Metallic
– Rebel Red Metallic
Automatic Headlamp On
New low resistance tyres
New headlight cowl and visor
Silver-finished side panels
Full chain cover
Livo-inspired exhaust muffler with chrome garnish
Rear suspension springs in red colour
Slightly modified exhaust
New 10-spoke alloy wheels
‘Smart Power’ start-stop technology
Front – Telescopic fork
Rear – Spring Loaded hydraulic type
Front – 80/100-18 tubeless tyres
Rear – 80/100-18 tubeless tyres