The Honda Shine has been among the most successful nameplates in the 125cc motorcycle segment of Worldn bike market. A frugal motor, comfortable ride and the reliability that comes associated with a Honda motorcycle – the Shine has always had a lot going for it. However, the advent of fresher competition has stolen a lot of limelight away from the Shine, which is where the Shine SP comes in. The Shine SP has been entrusted with the responsibility to carry forward the legacy of the Shine. So, while the Shine SP becomes the logical successor to the Shine, the latter is still on sale. Quite unsurprisingly, the two bikes share a lot between them and here, in this Honda Shine SP vs Honda Shine comparison, we outline the differences between the two 125cc Honda motorcycles in World.
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Honda Shine SP vs Honda Shine – Price
|Honda Shine SP Price||Honda Shine Price|
|Rs 60,674 to Rs 65,174||Rs 55,799 to Rs 58,125|
As you can see, the Shine SP is considerably pricier than the Shine. However, it justifies the higher price tag by being a more modern product.
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Honda Shine SP vs Honda Shine – Specifications
|Honda Shine SP||Honda Shine|
|Engine Type and Displacement||124.73 cc single-cylinder air-cooled||124.73 cc single-cylinder air-cooledl|
|Power||10.16 BHP @ 7,500 rpm||10.16 BHP @ 7,500 rpm|
|Torque||10.3 Nm @ 5,500 rpm||10.3 Nm @ 5,500 rpm|
|Transmission (Gearbox)||5-speed manual; AMT||4-speed manual; AMT|
|Mileage||67 KMPL||65 KMPL|
Powering the new Honda CB Shine SP is the same motor that does duty on the CB Shine. This 124.73 cc single-cylinder air-cooled unit churns out a max. power of 10.57 bhp at 7,500 rpm for the Shine. For the BSIV compliant Shine SP, however, it outputs 10.16 BHP. It produces a peak torque of 10.30 Nm at 5,500 rpm. However, while the old Shine has to make do with a 4-speed manual transmission, the new CB Shine SP benefits from a 5-cog unit.
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Honda Shine SP vs Honda Shine – Mileage
|Honda Shine SP Mileage||Honda Shine Mileage|
|67 KMPL||65 KMPL|
Thanks to low resistance tires and a 5th cog, the 2017 Honda Shine SP returns a slightly higher fuel mileage than the Shine.
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Honda Shine SP vs Honda Shine – Features
HMSI promotes the CB Shine SP’s 5-Speed transmission as the highlight of the bike’s features list. However, apart from this mechanical upgrade, the new product does sport some additional features over the CB Shine. Some of these features are low resistancd tires, semi-digital speedo console, more stylish alloy wheels and a two-piece muffler cover. It also gets a more attractive bikini fairing.
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Honda CB Shine SP Photos
Here are a handful of Honda CB Shine SP photos that show the new bike in all its glory. Check it out!
Honda CB Shine SP Brochure
We also have the brochure images of the new Honda CB Shine SP 125cc motorcycle. You can find these brochure images below –
From the looks of it, the new Honda CB Shine SP is aptly endowed to take on the fresher rivals and become at least as successful as the CB Shine.
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