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Honda SP 125The Honda SP 125 motorcycle with a price tag ranging between Rs. 78,381 to Rs. 82,677. It is available in 2 variants and 4 colours. Powered by a 124 cc bs6 engine, the Honda SP 125 has a 5 Speed gearbox. The Honda SP 125 has Drum front brakes and Drum rear brakes. Over 101 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Honda SP 125.

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Key Specs of SP 125

Engine124 cc
Power10.8 PS
Torque10.9 Nm
BrakesDisc
Tyre TypeTubeless
Cylinders1

Honda SP 125 Highlights

Honda has increased the prices of select commuter bikes in September 2021. Thankfully, the prices of the SP 125 have remained unchanged. It starts from Rs 78,381 going up to Rs 82,677 (both ex-showroom Delhi). Check out Honda's full price list here.

 

Honda SP125 Price

The Honda SP125 is available in two variants with drum or disc brake at the rear. The drum brake variant is priced at Rs 78,381 while the disc variant will set you back by Rs 82,677, both ex-showroom Delhi.

 

Honda SP125 Engine

It is powered by a new 124cc single-cylinder fuel-injected motor which generates 10.8PS at 7500rpm, 0.57PS more than the BS4 Shine SP. The engine features an ACG starter which makes sure the engine is cranked silently.

 

Honda SP125 Suspension And Brakes

It gets the same diamond chassis as the older bike as well as the same suspension units: a telescopic fork and twin preload-adjustable shocks. You can either opt for a 240mm disc or a 130mm drum brake for the front while a 130mm drum unit and CBS is common on both trims.

 

Honda SP125 Features

Notable features on the SP125  include an all-LED headlamp, fully-digital instrument cluster with real-time and average efficiency, range, and even gear position indicator. Honda has also equipped the bike with new premium-looking switchgear and an engine kill switch.

 

Honda SP125 Competitors

The SP125 competes against the Bajaj Pulsar 125 and Hero Glamour FI. For the same price as the Honda SP 125, you can also get the Suzuki Burgman Street.

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Honda SP 125 Price

The price of Honda SP 125 starts at Rs. 78,381 and goes upto Rs. 82,677. Honda SP 125 is offered in 2 variants - SP 125 Drum and the top variant SP 125 Disc which comes at a price tag of Rs. 82,677.

SP 125 Price List (Variants)

SP 125 Drum124 ccRs.78,381
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SP 125 Disc124 ccRs.82,677
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Honda SP 125 Pros and Cons

Things We Like in SP 125

  • Punchy yet refined engine.
  • Feature-rich.
  • Excellent build quality and finish levels.
  • 16 per cent more fuel efficient than its predecessor (claimed figure).

Things We Don't Like in SP 125

  • Ride quality on the stiffer side.
  • More expensive than its rivals.
  • Looks might not appeal to a younger audience.

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    WZ-64 Guru Nanak Nagar, New Delhi., Delhi, Delhi, 110018

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    E-49/10, Okhla Ind.Area Phase-II, New Delhi., Delhi, Delhi, 110020

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    A-22, Gujranwala Town Part I, Main G.T. Road, New Delhi., Delhi, Delhi, 110009

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    6-A Netaji Subhash Marg, Darya Ganj, Delhi., Delhi, Delhi, 110002

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    81, Adhchini, Sri Aurbindo Marg, New Delhi., Delhi, Delhi, 110017

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SP 125 Expert Review

The last few months have been a little depressing for two-wheeler enthusiasts. We’ve seen bike after bike receive a BS6 update and lose performance. Less power, less torque, more weight. Honda was also the first manufacturer to bring us a BS6 scooter, but we were a little underwhelmed with the new Activa 125’s engine. It has now rolled out its first BS6 motorcycle in the form of the SP 125, and we’re happy to see it buck the trend. It’s more powerful, torquier and lighter than the CB Shine SP that it replaces. So does the impressive spec sheet translate into a better real-world experience as well? Read on to find out.

Design and Features

It’s quite apparent that Honda has tried to make the SP 125 a more youthful and sporty looking motorcycle than the CB Shine SP, taking design cues from its larger bikes like the CB Hornet 160R. A reshaped tank with longer extensions results in a more aggressive and mass-forward design. The LED headlight looks quite striking and will certainly stand out in your rear view mirror, and the tail-lamp looks sharper as well. 

Honda has also made use of vibrant graphic schemes to inject some flair into the design, and all these things have come together to form a fresh looking motorcycle. Faux carbon fibre trim has been used on some of the body panels to add to the sportiness quotient. That being said, the SP still retains an element of maturity and doesn’t look quite as sporty or youthful as something like the Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon. The wheels have been redesigned but we wish they hadn’t, because the ones seen on the Shine were very attractive.

The SP 125 also makes a great first impression through build quality. The switchgear and grips feel very premium and panel gaps are tight and consistent all around. Cables and hoses are largely out of sight as well and overall, the Honda feels like it has been diligently designed and put together.

Engine and Performance

This is the section that will make headlines. Despite becoming BS6-compliant and actually marginally losing displacement, the SP 125 puts out 10.9PS and 10.8Nm, placing it 0.57PS and 0.6Nm higher than the CB Shine SP. Honda has added fuel injection, and the SP’s cylinder dimensions and compression ratio are identical to those of the BS6 Activa 125. But while the motor had to be tuned to match the CVT in the Activa, here it is mated to a 5-speed transmission, hence the higher output figures.

The engine is barely noticeable at idle, and this theme continues throughout most of the rev range as well. In typical Honda fashion, smoothness and refinement are omnipresent. Thanks to fuel injection, throttle response is quite crisp and precise as well, a clear step forwards compared to the older bike. But most importantly, while the Activa 125 feels rather dull and slow, the SP 125 actually comes off as punchy and entertaining (by commuter standards, at least). 

The motor packs strong bottom and mid-range punch, perfect for urban riding conditions. You have enough grunt to comfortably pull off overtakes and place the bike where you want it in traffic. Sure, power does trail off towards the top-end and a few vibes creep into the bars, but this isn’t a bike that you’re going to be revving the nuts off anyway. This achievement is all the more impressive when you consider that Honda is also claiming 16 per cent higher fuel efficiency than the CB Shine. The instantaneous fuel efficiency readout frequently showed us figures north of 65kmpl when riding in the city, but we shall reserve our opinion until we can conduct a proper road test.

Braking and Handling

While Honda has comprehensively reworked the rest of the motorcycle, underpinnings is an area where it chose not to mess about too much. The SP 125 retains a diamond type frame suspended on a conventional fork and twin shocks. It also continues to be brought to a stop by an optional 240mm front disc and 130mm rear drum brake. A couple of minor things have changed, though. The SP has a wheelbase that’s 19mm longer than before, while also having shed 5kg over the Shine.

This being a commuter, ride quality in the city is of prime importance. The front end is soft but not too soft, feeling plush over most undulations. This is helped by 18-inch wheels at both ends, but the setup at the rear feels decidedly stiff and firm. With a lightweight (52kg) rider like me, ride quality is still quite decent, but throw a heavier rider or a pillion into the mix, and your backside will take a bit of a beating. Fortunately, preload can be adjusted over 5 steps at the rear, which should help mitigate the issue.

Steering the SP requires a bit of effort and it feels like a slightly heavy-handling motorcycle. That being said, once it’s leaned over, it feels quite planted and stable, even over small mid-corner bumps. A handful of brake will show you that the Honda has adequate stopping power on offer, but the feel at the lever is a bit soft. However, this isn’t an enthusiast’s motorcycle, it’s a commuter, so this is probably designed in intentionally. The rear brake requires a strong stomp on the lever to bring about any significant stopping force.

Safety and Features

Turn the key and you’re greeted by a large, clear fully-digital LCD screen, something unprecedented in this segment. It isn’t just for show either, a lot of very useful information is on display. Two trip meters and instantaneous and average fuel consumption are just the start. The SP also shows you distance-to-empty, a service reminder and even a gear position indicator! Something that’s missing even on a lot of larger, more expensive, sportier motorcycles. This being a commuter, Honda has also thrown in an eco indicator to let you know when you’re riding frugally.

The silent start feature on the SP 125 feels like a friend greeting you with a gentle handshake. Thumb the starter button and there is no harsh cranking noise, the engine just silently and smoothly comes to life. This is a segment-first feature as well, just like the LED headlight. This is quite impressive to look at but we’ll have to wait and see how it performs once the sun goes down. Though the SP 125 misses out on ABS, it does get CBS.

Honda SP 125 User Reviews

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Honda SP 125 Specifications

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Displacement124 cc
Engine TypeAir Cooled, 4 stroke, SI Engine
No. of Cylinders1
Max Power10.8 PS @ 7500 rpm
Max Torque10.9 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
Fuel Capacity11 L
Body TypeCommuter Bikes

Honda SP 125 Features

Braking TypeCombi Brake System
Service Due IndicatorYes
SpeedometerDigital
OdometerDigital
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What is the exact on-road price price of Honda SP 125?

The on-road price of Honda SP 125 in Delhi starts at Rs. 93,387. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

Which bikes is better Honda SP 125 or Bajaj Pulsar NS 125?

Honda SP 125 price starts at Rs 78,381 ex-showroom and Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 price starts Rs 1.12 Lakh ex-showroom. Hero Splendor Plus, TVS Radeon on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What is the engine displacement of Honda SP 125?

The engine displacement of Honda SP 125 is 124 cc

What is the Start type of this bike?

Honda SP 125 has Kick and Self Start.

What is the Tyre Type of Honda SP 125?

Honda SP 125 has Tubeless tyres.

If I want to replace a rear tire with a sports bike tire, can I do so?

Aniket asked on 7 Oct 2021

It would not be a feasible option to replace the rear tyre with a sports bike ...

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What is the mileage?

RAGHAVENDRA asked on 23 Sep 2021

The claimed fuel-efficiency of Honda SP 125 is 65 kmpl.

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By Bikedekho experts on 23 Sep 2021

What should be minimum quantity of petrol in the bike

Suneel asked on 12 Sep 2021

We would suggest you to keep around 1-2 Litres petrol in the tank so that you ...

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By Bikedekho experts on 12 Sep 2021

Sp 125 or passion pro bs6 which gives good mileage

manishada asked on 1 Sep 2021

As of now there is no official update from the brands end regarding the Honda SP...

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By Bikedekho experts on 1 Sep 2021

Why google on road price and showroom on road price is different

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The price which is shown on the website from different cities gives an ...

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SP 125 Price In India

CityEx-Showroom Price
HyderabadRs. 78,453 - 83,313
MumbaiRs. 77,803 - 84,049
KolkataRs. 78,695 - 83,624
DelhiRs. 78,381 - 82,677
PuneRs. 78,848 - 83,143
ChennaiRs. 81,823 - 86,118
BangaloreRs. 80,011 - 84,306
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