New Honda Shine launched with BS IV compliant engine
As you know the Honda Shine has been one of the ruling motorcycles in the two wheeler commuter section in Indian market Interestingly the Japanese multinational motor bike company has been launched the updated segment of the Honda
As you know, the Honda Shine has been one of the ruling motorcycles in the two wheeler commuter section in Indian market. Interestingly, the Japanese multinational motor bike company has been launched the updated segment of the Honda Shine, which is compliant to the BS IV emission norms based.
2017 Honda Shine gets some physical tweaks such as chrome cover for the exhaust system. Beside it, the up-front of the motorcycle gets Automatic Headlights On (AHO), which might soon become a compulsory feature in all the upcoming two-wheelers. The bike wheels are covered with tubeless tyres. The overall bike weight is remains a touch below the 125 kg mark and good ground clearance of 157 mm.
New Honda Shine Engine Specification
2017 Honda Shine gets the same engine with 124.7cc displacement and produces a maximum power of 10.16 bhp at 7,500rpm (revolutions per minute) and 10.3 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. With this specific power, the new motorcycle can hit a top speed of around 93 kmph.
2017 Honda Shine Price
Honda Shine has been one of the popular motorcycles in the two wheeler commuter section in India and the bike is available with three options in the market. The 2017 Honda Shine is available with three options. The entry level drum brakes variant is available on price at Rs. 55,799; the standard front 240 mm disc brake variant is available at Rs. 58,125 and the top-end disc with CBS is available on at Rs. 61,047 as the exclusive showroom in Delhi.
Honda Shine outgoing version has been receiving tough competition from the Hero Glamour and will continue to the same trend. Additionally, the newly launched Bajaj V12 is also among the top competitors of the Honda Shine.