Overall rating: 3.00 3.00/5 based on 67 reviews | Write a Review

*Ex-Showroom price:

60,710 – 65,161 *
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Colors
Athletic Blue Metallic Black Geny Grey Metallic Imperial Red Mettalic Pearl Amazing White

Key features

  • Engine: 124.73 Cc
  • Mileage: 74.7 Kmpl
  • Power: 10.57
  • Weight: 124 Kg
Honda CB Shine SP Price in India
 

Honda CB Shine SP Price in India

  • Pros

    • Super Styling
    • Better Transmission
    • High Acceleration And Fuel Economy
  • Cons

    • Unstable At Higher Speeds Because Of A Relatively Lesser Weight
    • Absence Of Advanced Safety Measures Like ABS
Users Reviews

Honda CB Shine SP Users Reviews (67 reviews)

owesome look great performance
Overall rating: 4.75 Reviewed By: Appu kishor singh(Guest) on 15 Apr 2018
Better than glamour ... Read full review »
Could be that good bike but bad transmission and worse suspension
Overall rating: 3.25 Reviewed By: Gaurav Manral(Guest) on 15 Apr 2018
It's suspensions work like hell. Even in small holes and patches it's suspension doesn't seem working and bike makes noise like any 5-7 years old one. I'm more disappointed with the Gear transmission. This bike demands some time gap while shifting gears from high to low. You can barely shift 2 or more gears at once.... ... Read full review »
Just average bike Low milage compared to others
Overall rating: 2.25 Reviewed By: Srinivas reddy M(Guest) on 24 Mar 2018
I say LOW milage minimum pickup I suggest go for some other bike or try 150cc pulse for better overall performane ... Read full review »
Reviews of cb shine sp version
Overall rating: 3.25 Reviewed By: Sunil Kumar(Guest) on 26 Jan 2018
Over 40 speed bike is running in a little jumping mode, not running smoothly over 50 without pillion, side indicator sound beep is not provided, it creating a problem in sharp turning, engine is creating much sound than normal with 2nd and 3rd gear running . ... Read full review »

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Honda CB Shine SP Overview

In another avatar of the highest selling bike, Honda CB Shine, its new variant SP comes with a lot of fanfare at a price point of Rs.59,901 (Ex-Showroom, Delhi). The upgraded form includes better acceleration, fuel economy, and cosmetics, besides possessing an extra gear. The bike rides on a 125cc single cylinder 2 valve air cooled petrol drivetrain mated to a five-speed transmission gearbox (4 speed one in the earlier avatar). Retaining the earlier demeanour of CB Shine, some cosmetic upgrades have been applied. These include a new trapezoidal headlamp, an analogue cum digital instrument console, new decals et al. alloy wheels sport dual five spokes and the rear shock absorbers are a shade redder. Honda CB Shine SP Overview The stylish headlamp is ensconced in an aerodynamic fairing with twin light nodes (read indicators) protruding on either side.The petrol tank comes neatly chiselled and tucked in front of the cushy seat. The petrol tank (placed in an inclined way) has silver coloured shades on its sides for better contrast, apart from sporting the Honda emblem. The exhaust at the rear is tipped with chrome and lies beneath the sleek cowl featuring a bright tail lamp. The bike comes in five attractive colours, namely Geny Grey Metallic, Athletic Blue Metallic, Pearl Amazing White, Black and Rebel Red Metallic.

Honda CB Shine SP Engine & Transmission

Honda CB Shine SP draws a maximum power of 10.57bhp at 7500rpm and a peak torque of 10.3Nm at 5500rpm from a 125cc single cylinder 2 valve 4 stroke air cooled petrol engine.Honda CB Shine SP Engine & Transmission This engine is mated to a five-speed transmission gearbox system that transfers torque to the rear wheel. 

Honda CB Shine SP Mileage

This latest variant of Honda CB Shine garners a healthy fuel economy of 68Kmph. Honda CB Shine SP Mileage

Honda CB Shine SP Performance and Handling

Saddled with a five-speed gearbox system, Honda CB Shine SP yields better torque figures and a higher acceleration. The highest selling bike from the stable of Honda gets a robust suspension system comprising of red-hued shock absorbers. The cushy seat is suitably inclined to lumbar support. The two steel handles with proper grips help in maintaining an upright posture for the rider.Honda CB Shine SP Performance and Handling Two rearview mirrors give a clearer picture of oncoming vehicles, thus keeping the safety quotient higher. The application of disc brakes on both the wheels brings the bike to a halt almost immediately. Having a tight turning radius helps in better manoeuvring such that the bike can wriggle into tough corners without dashing against other vehicles.