Honda SP 125
- Engine: 124 Cc
- Mileage: No info
- Power: 10.6 bhp
- Weight: 117 - 118 Kg
- Awesome Looks
- Solid Build Quality
- Vast Service Network
- Over Priced
- Rear wheel is narrow
Honda SP 125 Overview
After the success of Honda Shine, the manufacturer has introduced an all-new avatar of the motorcycle which they are calling the SP125. The bike now looks fresh and features new cosmetic and mechanical changes. Honda is offering an all-new engine for its new offering. The new Honda SP125 BS6 colours available are Matte Axis Grey Metallic, Pearl Siren Blue, Imperial Red Metallic and Striking Green.
Honda SP 125 Styling & Comfort
Honda SP125 looks striking when compared to the earlier sibling due to the aggressive graphics placed on the fuel tank and a more angular headlamp. The motorcycle now gets LEDs instead of traditional halogens, tank-extensions with unique split alloy wheels. The beauty of the SP125 is enhanced due to the chrome muffler cover that is used over the sleek silencer. Honda has also given an all-new blue-illuminated digital instrument console which shows vital information to the rider. The rider gets many information displays like a gear-position indicator, average fuel efficiency, service due indicator, eco-indicator and real-time fuel efficiency. The single-piece seat offers superb comfort to the pillion and to the rider for long distances and daily city commutes. The integrated headlamp beam and passing switch along with engine start/stop switch make it easy for the rider to control the functions of the bike.
Honda SP 125 Performance and Handling
Honda SP125 offers decent performance for daily use and can be driven on the highway due to the additional 5th gear that has been added by the Honda. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic suspension in the front and a 5-step adjustable hydraulic suspension at the rear. SP125 absorbs most of the bumps and potholes of the Indian roads and keeps the rider and the pillion comfortable during the rides. The lightweight of the motorcycle makes it nimble in the city traffic and a breeze to drive it for daily commutes.
Honda SP 125 What we think
Honda SP125 is aimed towards those who want a lightweight motorcycle with decent performance and they want to ride the motorcycle in the city for their daily commutes.
Honda SP 125 Mileage
According to ARAI, Honda SP125 mileage should be around 65kmpl. However, in real-life situations, you can expect around 50kmpl to 55kmpl. The mileage also depends on the riding habits of the rider, condition of the bike and much more.
Honda SP 125 Engine & Transmission
Honda SP125 specs offer an all-new 125cc BS-6 compliant petrol engine which now produces a max power output of 11hp and a peak torque output of 10.9Nm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission. This new engine also features HET (Honda Eco Technology) and is also fuel-injected for smoother power delivery. Honda also offers its silent start with ACG starter motor technology which reduces the removes the gear meshing noise and helps the engine to start without any jolt.
Honda SP 125 Braking & Safety
Braking duties are handled by 240 mm disc brake or 130 mm drum brake in the front and a 130 mm drum brake at the rear. The brakes offer decent stopping power for this bike. To increase the safety quotient, Honda is offering 18-inch tubeless tyres and CBS (combi-brake system) with equalizer.
Honda SP 125 Competitors
Honda SP125 competes with the Bajaj Pulsar 125, TVS Victor and Suzuki Hayate.
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