Honda CB Shine SP CBS
Honda is launch a new CB Shine brother, named Honda CB Shine SP CBS. The motorcycle is featured with a digital analog meter, sharp headlight with a carved visor, stylish fuel tank design,Chrome finish muffler cover and front CBS disc breaking system. New CB Shine SP gives a attractive front look. It also gets five speed transmission that transfers total power to the rear wheel.
Honda CB Shine SP CBS Full Specifications
|Engine Type||Four-Stroke, HET with BS-IV Compliance|
|No. of Cylinders||Single|
|Maximum Power||10.16 BHP @ 7500 RPM|
|Maximum Torque||10.3 Nm @ 5500 RPM|
|Starter System||Kick start / Self start|
|Cooling System||Air Cooled|
CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION
|Chassis Type||Steel Diamond|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic Fork|
|Rear Suspension||Spring Loaded Hydraulic Type|
|Front Brake||Disc 240mm|
|Rear Brake||Drum 130mm CBS|
TYRES AND WHEELS
|Front Tyre Size||80/100-18|
|Rear Tyre Size||80/100-18|
|Wheel Size (inches)||18|
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
|Ground Clearance (mm)||160|
|Colors||Black,Pearl Amazing white,Rebel Red Metallic,Geny Grey Metallic,Athletic Blue Metallic|
FUEL ECONOMY AND CAPACITY
|Fuel Tank Capacity (litres)||10.5|
|Fuel Consumption City (kmpl)||60.00|
|Fuel Consumption Highway (kmpl)||65.00|
SAGMart Reviews on Honda CB Shine SP CBS
Honda India brings a new commuter bike, named Honda CB Shine SP to Indian market. This bike gets a new design, whereby it stands out from the marque of the CB Shine list. It captures the eyeballs of the audience, where it goes as the motorcycle gets a new sporty touch around its body work. The rear side of the bike looks more sporty and sharp, while the seat is also revised to give more comfortable riding to both rider and pillion. The bike borrows the front cowl from the Honda Livo. The 125cc bike runs on alloy wheels and it also gets semi digital instrument panel that houses a host number of information including speedometer, odometer, fuel indicator, trip meter etc.
- Sporty Design
- Alloy Wheels
- Analogue-Digital Console
- Comfortable Ride Quality
The Honda CB Shine SP is built in well manner and overall design also good, but it comes with few negative points such as its high price.
- Lack of Sixth Gear
- High Price
- Take Some Time to go on 60 KMPH
- Gear Shifting is lower Quality
Power and Mileage:
The Honda CB Shine SP comes with 124.73cc, single cylinder and air cooled unit that draws out a maximum power of 10.57 BHP at 7500 RPM and a peak torque of 10.3 NM at 5500 RPM. The powerhouse is coupled to a five speed transmission that provides a better highway drive with less noise and vibrations. The Honda Eco Technology offers a hassle free riding on the all types of Indian terrains and better mileage of 65 KMPL.
- 124.73cc Displacement Powerplant
- 10.16 BHP of Power @ 7500 RPM
- 10.3 NM of Torque @ 5500 RPM
- Honda Eco Technology
- Good Mileage of 65 KMPL (Company Claimed)
Handling and Riding:
The Honda CB Shine SP offers dynamic and rigid handling power on the all types of Indian terrains as it comes with a box shaped swingarm. The compact and flat handlebar is responsible for better riding in traffic. The other reason of better riding and handling is that it has a kerb weight of 124 kgs.
The Japanese two wheeler maker, Honda leads on the Indian automobile market in the commuter segment as firm offers their products with brilliant safety features including advanced brakes, suspensions etc. The Honda CB Shine SP comes with three options of braking systems as drum brakes, front disc brake and CBS system. The Combi Brake System offers better and safe riding to the rider. The suspension duties are managed by telescopic forks at the front side and spring loaded hydraulic suspension at the rear end.
There are few maintains requirements that will be replaced. There also a maintenance free battery, but the air filter should be replaced after a thousand kilometres.
Overall, the Honda CB Shine SP is a good commuter vehicle in its category. The motorcycle has succeeded to attract the buyers as it comes with bland styling features. Apart from the style and design, the mechanical changes have made a difference.