2018 Honda CB 125 Shine SP Prices, Specs, Mileage, Images

2018 Honda CB 125 Shine SP prices announced: Full price list & specs

2018 Honda CB 125 Shine SP Gets Minor Visual Updates

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) recently announced the prices of the new 2018 Honda CB 125 Shine SP motorcycle. 2018 Honda CB Shine SP prices start at Rs 62,032 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Shine SP 2018 model comes with minor visual changes and a new speedo cluster.

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2018 Honda CB 125 Shine SP Price List

  • Drum Brake – Rs 62,032
  • Disc Brake – Rs 64,518
  • Disc Brake with CBS – Rs 66,508

The new motorcycle is on sale in three variants – Drum Brake, Disc Brake, CBS. The base model costs Rs 62,032 while the top-end model will cost you roughly Rs 62,000. The prices are marginally higher than those of the outgoing model. For reference, the 2017 Shine SP range started at Rs 60,914. The new motorcycle comes with a set of visual updates to offset the higher prices. Also, you get a new analogue-digital instrument cluster that features a Service Due Reminder and a clock. The visual updates are restricted to new tank shrouds and a new graphics scheme. The latest iteration of the Shine SP made its debut at the Auto Expo 2018, which concluded earlier this month.

2018 Honda CB 125 Shine SP Specs

The 2018 Shine SP is powered by a 124.73cc, single-cylinder, HET engine that outputs a maximum power of 10.16 bhp at 7,500 rpm along with a peak torque of 10.30 Nm at 5,500 rpm. The engine comes mated to a smooth-shifting 5-speed manual transmission, which sends power to the rear wheel thru a low-maintenance seal chain. The company insists that this drive chain has been designed to last 1.6 times more than the ones on the rivals.

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The new 2018 Honda CB 125 Shine SP rides on 18-inch split-spoke alloy wheels that are shod with 80-section low-rolling resistance tubeless tyres on both front and rear wheel. The base model comes equipped with 130 mm drum brakes on both the wheels. The other two variants get the same 130 mm drum for the rear but a 240 mm disc brake for the front wheel. The motorcycle is built around a diamond-type frame and rides on telescopic forks at the front and twin rear shock-absorbers at the rear. The 2018 Shine SP gets 10.5-litres of fuel-carrying capacity.

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