BREAKING: Honda has launched the 2023 Shine 125 at Rs 79,800

Modified On Jun 20, 2023 04:53 PM By Irfan for Honda Shine

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The 125cc commuter is now BS6.2 (OBD2) compliant, no other changes

Honda has launched the BS6.2 (OBD2) compliant Shine 125 and it is available in two variants: Drum and Disc. The Drum variant is priced at Rs 79,800 and the Disc variant is priced at Rs 83,800 (all ex-showroom Delhi). This makes the updated bike Rs 1,386 dearer than its predecessor. Honda is also offering a 10-year warranty package with 3 years included and 7 years extended warranty as optional. 

Apart from the engine now being OBD2 compliant, nothing else has changed from the previous model. As such, it is powered by a 123.94cc, single-cylinder engine producing 10.74PS and 11Nm and comes mated to a five-speed gearbox. The Disk variant gets a 240mm disc brake at the front and a 130mm drum brake at the back while the Drum variant gets both 130mm front and back drum brakes. The Shine 125 gets 80/100-18 tubeless tyres both at the front and back with black alloy wheels. 

Features-wise, it gets side stand engine cut-off, engine start/stop switch, 5-step preload adjustable rear suspension and a silent starter. Colour options available are: Black, Geny Grey Metallic, Matte Axis Grey, Rebel Red Metallic, Decent Blue Metallic. 

Summing up, though the premium (and the updates for that matter) is minimal, we wish Honda had atleast given the Shine a few new colours to keep it fresh.

The 2023 Honda Shine 125 will rival the likes of the Hero Super Splendor and the Bajaj Platina CT125X.

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