Honda raises prices for Shine 125 commuter bike in India

Honda raises prices for Shine 125 commuter bike in India

05 June 2021: Honda increases prices for Shine 125 commuter bike in India

Honda Motors has increased the prices of its Gloss 125 commuter bike in India by Rs. 1,072. After the price hike, the two-wheeler now starts at Rs. 71,550. As for the highlights, it features minimalist design, 18 inch alloy rims and an analog instrument console. The Shine 125 works with a 124cc engine mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Here is our overview.

Design: it tips the scales at 115 kg

The Honda Shine 125 sits on a diamond chassis and features an angled fuel tank, flat-type one-piece seat, chrome exhaust, and windshield. It offers an analog dashboard, halogen headlight, bulb taillights and 18-inch alloy wheels. In terms of dimensions, the bike has a wheelbase of 1,285 mm, a fuel capacity of 10.5 liters and an empty weight of 115 kg.

Fact: The vehicle is powered by a 10.7hp 124cc engine

The Honda Shine 125 draws its power from an air-cooled 124cc single-cylinder engine capable of delivering 10.7 hp at 7,500 rpm and 11 Nm of maximum torque at 6,000 rpm. The transmission tasks are carried out by a manual 5-speed gearbox.

Safety: the combined braking system ensures the safety of the rider

On the safety side, the Honda Shine 125 is equipped with a disc / drum brake on the front wheel, a drum brake at the rear, as well as a combined braking system for better handling on the roads. The suspension tasks on the two-wheeler are performed by telescopic forks at the front and twin hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear.

Made: Honda Shine 125: Price

With the latest price revision, the Honda Shine 125 now carries a price tag of Rs. 71,550 for the drum brake variant and Rs. 76,346 for the disc brake model (both prices, ex-showroom) .

The press article, Honda raises prices for Shine 125 commuter bike in India appeared first on NewsBytes.

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