Key Specs of Honda Shine SP
|Maximum Speed||102.92 kmph|
|Power||10.30 PS @ 7500 rpm|
|Cooling System||Air Cooled|
Honda Shine SP
Honda Shine SP Highlights
The Honda CB Shine SP drum brake variant is now available with CBS. This new variant will set you back by Rs 64,098 (ex-showroom, Delhi), which is a premium of Rs 559 over the non-CBS version. Earlier, CBS was present only in the top-end disc brake variant. There are no changes apart from the new safety feature. It continues to be powered by a 124.73cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which develops 10.3PS and 10.3Nm, mated to a 5-speed transmission, unlike the CB Shine which comes with a 4-speed gearbox. Its primary competitors are Hero Glamour FI, Bajaj Discover 125 and Yamaha Saluto 125.
Honda Shine SP Pros and Cons
Things We Like in CB Shine SP
- Gets a 5-speed gearbox
- Torquey motor
- Gets disc brake option
- Good design
Things We Don't Like in CB Shine SP
- Priced on the higher side
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Honda Shine SP Price List (Variants)
|CB Shine SP Drum Brake62 kmpl ARAI Mileage, 124.73 cc||Rs.63,539|
|CB Shine SP Drum CBS65 Kmpl ARAI Mileage, 124.73 cc||Rs.64,098|
|CB Shine SP Disc Brake65 Kmpl ARAI Mileage, 124.73 cc||Rs.66,024|
|CB Shine SP Disc CBS65 Kmpl ARAI Mileage, 124.73 cc||Rs.68,015|
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Honda Shine SP Mileage
Honda Shine SP Disc CBS gives a mileage of 65 Kmpl as claimed by the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI).
|65 Kmpl||-||65 kmpl||-|
Honda Shine SP Specifications
|Mileage||65 Kmpl ARAI Mileage|
|Fuel Capacity||10.5 L|
|Engine Type||Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, SI Engine|
|Maximum Speed||102.92 kmph|
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- Honda CB Shine SP Expert Review | BikeDekhoJan 20, 2016
- Honda CB Shine SP | Launch Video | BikeDekho.comDec 10, 2015
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Honda Bike dealers in Delhi
- Smooth Honda
6-A Netaji Subhash Marg, Darya Ganj, Delhi., Delhi 110002
- V. D. Honda
RZ-1A, Gali No. 2, Sitapuri, Pankha Road, New Delhi., Delhi 110006
- Bhasin Honda
28, Raja Garden, New Delhi., Delhi 110015
- Uday Honda
81, Adhchini, Sri Aurbindo Marg, New Delhi., Delhi 110017
- Shuban Sai Honda
WZ-64 Guru Nanak Nagar, New Delhi., Delhi 110018
CB Shine SP price in India
|Delhi||Rs. 63,539 - 68,015|
|Pune||Rs. 64,010 - 68,403|
|Mumbai||Rs. 64,396 - 68,790|
|Chennai||Rs. 65,503 - 69,901|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 63,610 - 68,009|
|Kolkata||Rs. 63,764 - 68,122|
|Bangalore||Rs. 65,168 - 69,567|
Honda Shine SP Expert Review
With the aim to add excitement to its fleet of motorcycles in India and to the buying community of-course, Honda launched the CB Shine SP. Underpinning the same engine but with improved performance and fuel efficiency, it certainly supersedes the former. The fresh graphics adorned by the bike are pleasing to eyes. While its conservative looks make buyers drool over it again and again.
With CB Shine SP you can be sure of an effortless ride every time you twist the throttle. From Combi braking system to low rolling resistance HET tyres, this Honda bike has it all covered. The fuel economy of CB Shine SP, which is one of the prime factors for two-wheeler buyers in India, also doesn’t disappoint: 65Kmpl is a substantial number in this regard. No wonder city commuters like riding on this machine.
There are plenty of features that make this bike standout. Some of them are the integration of Eco-friendly Honda Eco Technology, AHO (automatic headlamp on) for safety and CBS (Combined Braking System) with equalizer. The suspension assembly comes with conventional telescopic forks at the front end and hydraulic spring shock absorbers at the rear that can soak up most of the road bumps quite easily.
Design and Features
On the design front, you don’t find a radical difference from the host. The basic silhouette is same. However, there are tweaks across the fuel tank, fairing and tail panels. The bike is now more aggressive than ever. Contributing to its bold avatar is the larger and wider windscreen, trapezoidal headlamp that is raked out than usual. The new graphics on the fuel tank are striking while the mild contours that it gets are equally fascinating. The dual-tone treatment on the centre panel complements the overall appeal of the bike as it gets a fairly good ending with conventional tail lamp unit and turn indicators.
The freshness added to the bike is a step forward by the motorcycle manufacturer to adding spice to the lives of conventional buyers. However, despite several revisions and an aggressive appeal, the bike doesn’t leave its conservative essence, which is commendable. Honda CB Shine SP is a commuter motorcycle with a tinge of modernization.
Main design highlights of CB Shine SP are its multi-spoke alloy wheels, completely overhauled instrument console, rear suspension springs wrapped in red and the chrome heat shield over the muffler. The cluster is neatly laid out and is easy to read. The fuel gauge, odometer and the trip meter get a digital display while the speedometer still comes with an analogue display. Overall the fit and finish are up to the standards. The panel gaps are expertly placed and you won’t see a flaw from the naked eye.
Braking and Handling
Ride quality is considered as one of the important factors for purchasing a commuter bike due to long commuting hours. Honda CB Shine SP performs exceptionally well on the road and not just urban roads but roads with undulations, bumps and obstacles of all sorts. The suspension assembly is absolutely superb that smoothens the route allowing the rider to feel fresh throughout the day despite spending a long time travelling from one location to another.
The Shine SP sports conventional telescopic fork suspension at the front and spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. The low seating position and kerb weight allows the rider to manoeuvre the bike through traffic-ridden roads with aplomb. The bike comes with 18-inch rims and 80/100 tubeless tyres. Considering its braking setup, at the front, it comes with 130mm/240mm disc brake while at the rear it has 130mm drum brakes. Honda’s combined braking system with equalizer is present to offer a balanced ride throughout the commute.
Safety and Features
Honda CB Shine SP comes with few safety features that add a sense of safety to the rider and the pillion. There is AHO (Automatic Headlamp On) feature that ensures visibility does not get hampered even in adverse weather conditions. Plus, the presence of CBS with equalizer makes sure that the bike is stopped quickly and balance is maintained while braking.
Honda Shine SP Road Test
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