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Honda Shine— Ride with Shine

Honda Shine

Price in Different Metro Cities

₹ 78,031
₹ 77,378
₹ 78,429
₹ 80,291
₹ 78,763
₹ 78,031
₹ 82,031
₹ 81,378
₹ 82,429
₹ 84,291
₹ 82,763
₹ 82,031

Latest Updates on Honda Shine

From 1st July 2021, Honda has announced new prices for its motorcycles; Honda Shine received a price hike of Rs. 1,236.

The BS6 update added a few new features as well as some mechanical improvements.

  • A BS6-compliant 125cc fuel-injected motor powers the Shine. Honda claims that the vehicle is now 14% more fuel-efficient than before. It’s paired with a new 5-speed transmission and produces 10.7PS at 7500rpm and 11Nm at 6000rpm. The hardware on the Shine hasn’t changed, but the wheelbase has grown by 19mm (1285mm).
  • Furthermore, the bike has more leeway to clear tall speed breakers because of its increased ground clearance of 162mm (5mm). The bike’s overall stability should get improved as a result of the improvements in dimensions.
  • In terms of design, the Shine BS6 has undergone slight changes that make it appear sharper than previously. A slimmer headlight cowl, chrome highlights on the headlamp visor and side panels, and new graphics are all part of this.
  • The commuter now has a few segment-first features, such as an ACG starter motor that provides exceptionally quiet, practically noiseless starts, as well as a start/stop control.
  • Honda Shine prices start at Rs. 73,352 and go up to Rs. 78,147. Honda Shine gets two variants: Drum and Shine Disc, which costs Rs. 78,147.

Introduction of Honda Shine

The Honda CB Shine, a 125cc commuter motorbike, is designed for the mass market. The Shine appeals to buyers who are “OK” with subtle style but demand decent performance and efficiency. Combined with Honda’s refinement and dependability, it results in an excellent all-around package for the Shine.

Honda Shine – “The Power Of Dreams” is an apt Tagline considering the purpose Honda Shine serves in the Indian market. Honda Shine is one of the most common, old, and well-known bikes of this country. Every middle-class man’s dream.

Honda has also released a limited edition variant with cosmetic changes to make the motorcycle more appealing. The CB Shine features graphics that stretch the fuel tank’s length and a 3D Honda symbol. Multi-coloured grab rails, a contemporary side cowl, and two-tone paint schemes are among the features.

A combined braking system (CBS) is available as an option and as standard equipment for both.

The Honda CB Shine comes in six different colours: black, grey, two different shades of red, brown, and blue.

The CB Shine starts at around Rs 60,000(ex-showroom) and goes up from there. Let’s dive a little deeper into the specifications, features, pros and cons of owning the all-new Honda CB Shine!

Key Highlights

  • Displacement
    124 cc
  • Mileage
    65 kmpl
  • Top Speed
    102 Kmph
  • Kerb Weight
    114 kg
    Kerb Weight
    115 kg
  • Fuel Tank Capacity
    10.5 litres
  • Seat Height
    791 mm

Specifications & Features

Power & Performance

  • Fuel Type
    Petrol
  • Max Power
    10.59 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
  • Max Torque
    11 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
  • Emission Standard
    BS-VI
  • Displacement
    124 cc
  • Cylinders
    1
  • Bore
    50 mm
  • Stroke
    63.1 mm
  • Valves Per Cylinder
    2
  • Compression Ratio
    10±0.2
  • Ignition
    Digital CDI
  • Spark Plugs
    1 Per Cylinder
  • Cooling System
    Air Cooled
  • Transmission
    5 Speed Manual
  • Transmission Type
    Chain Drive
  • Gear Shifting Pattern
    All 5 Up
  • Clutch
    Wet Multiplate type
  • Fuel Delivery System
    Fuel Injection
  • Fuel Delivery System
    Fuel Injection
  • Fuel Tank Capacity
    10.5 litres
  • Reserve Fuel Capacity
    1.3 litres
  • Riding Range
    577.5 Km
  • Mileage - ARAI
    65 kmpl
  • Mileage - Owner Reported
    55 kmpl
  • Top Speed
    102 Kmph
  • Engine Type
    Air Cooled, 4 Stroke, BS-VI Engine

Brakes, Wheels & Suspension

  • Braking System
    CBS
  • Front Brake Type
    Drum
    Front Brake Type
    Disc
  • Front Brake Size
    130 mm
    Front Brake Size
    240 mm
  • Rear Brake Type
    Drum
  • Rear Brake Size
    130 mm
  • Calliper Type
    No
    Calliper Type
    Dual Piston
  • Wheel Type
    Alloy
  • Front Wheel Size
    18 inch
  • Rear Wheel Size
    18 inch
  • Front Tyre Size
    80/100 - 18
  • Rear Tyre Size
    80/100 - 18
  • Tyre Type
    Tubeless
  • Radial Tyres
    No
  • Front Tyre Pressure (Rider)
    25 psi
  • Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider)
    33 psi
  • Front Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
    33 psi
  • Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
    41 psi
  • Front Suspension
    Telescopic
  • Rear Suspension
    Hydraulic Type

Dimensions & Chassis

  • Kerb Weight
    114 kg
    Kerb Weight
    115 kg
  • Overall Length
    2,046 mm
  • Overall Width
    737 mm
  • Overall Height
    1,116 mm
  • Wheelbase
    1,285 mm
  • Ground Clearance
    162 mm
  • Seat Height
    791 mm
  • Chassis Type
    Diamond Type

Manufacturer Warranty

  • Standard Warranty (Year)
    3 Year
  • Standard Warranty (Kilometers)
    42000 Kilometers

Features

  • Odometer
    Analogue
  • DRLs (Daytime running lights)
    No
  • Mobile App Connectivity
    No
  • GPS & Navigation
    No
  • USB charging port
    No
  • Front storage box
    No
  • Under seat storage
    No
  • AHO (Automatic Headlight On)
    Yes
  • Speedometer
    Analogue
  • Fuel Guage
    Yes
  • Tachometer
    No
  • Stand Alarm
    No
  • Stepped Seat
    No
  • Tripmeter Type
    Analogue
  • Low Fuel Indicator
    Yes
  • Low Oil Indicator
    No
  • Low Battery Indicator
    No
  • Pillion Backrest
    No
  • Pillion Grabrail
    Yes
  • Pillion Seat
    Yes
  • Pillion Footrest
    Yes
  • Digital Fuel Guage
    No
  • Start Type
    Electric Start
  • Shift Light
    No
  • Killswitch
    Yes
  • Clock
    No
  • Battery
    12V, 5.0Ah
  • Headlight Type
    Halogen Bulb
  • Brake/Tail Light
    Halogen
  • Turn Signal
    Yes
  • Pass Light
    Yes
  • Additional features
    Silent Start with ACG

What's New in Honda CB Shine Bikes?

A redesigned and more aggressive-looking fuel tank, new tank shrouds, and a new instrument cluster with a service due indicator and a clock are all part of the package. It also has more athletic body graphics.

So far, the 2017 Honda Shine appears to be beautiful from every viewpoint while maintaining a practical commuter appearance. The commuter bike features a comfortable seat for both the rider and the pillion passenger and a grab rail at the rear for a secure grasp.

Other design aspects include a small tail section, a compact and sharp-looking fuel tank, and chrome plating on the exhaust muzzle.

The black alloy wheels of the 2018 Honda CB Shine get encased in meaty Honda Eco Technology (HET) tyres. Low rolling resistance and improved fuel efficiency and guaranteed with these tyres.

The five colour options available are Pearl Siren Blue, Geny Grey Metallic, Black, Athletic Blue Metallic, and Imperial Red Metallic.

The Honda CB Shine gets equipped with a 124.73 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine and a 5-speed transmission. The engine can produce 10.57 bhp and 10.30 Nm of peak torque at 7,500 rpm and 5,500 rpm.

This bike comes with three different types of braking systems: drum, disc, and CBS.

The popular commuting bike has a fuel efficiency of 60 km/l.

The Honda CB Shine has a top speed of 93 kilometres per hour. The bike is capable of handling city riding situations adequately.

Highlights of Honda Shine

Looks and Design

The new Honda Shine 125 has a similar appearance to the previous model. That is, however, a good thing because Indians adore the Shine’s delicate nature, which is one of the numerous reasons for the Shine’s popularity in the country. The Honda Shine 125 has always been a straightforward commuter bike.

Thanks to many chrome highlights on the body panels, the revised BS6 model has a subtle design language and is luxurious.

The new Honda Shine 125 features chrome outlines around the angular headlamp, as well as a blacked-out visor upfront.

This 125cc commuter motorcycle’s side profile hasn’t altered much over the years, and it’s easy to tell it’s the Honda Shine. The bike now boasts new beautiful graphics on the body panels, giving it a pleasing look.

The exhaust muffler and body panels have modest chrome inserts, and the gasoline tank has a chrome-embellished three-dimensional Honda logo.

The Honda Shine 125’s rear appearance features a halogen tail lamp and body-coloured grip rails. In India, the new Honda Shine 125 BS6 is available in four colour options. Black, Athletic Blue Metallic, Geny Grey Metallic, and Rebel Red Metallic are the colours.

Dimension and Capacity

The new Honda Shine has a length of 2046 mm, a width of 737 mm, and 1116 mm. The motorbike has a 1285 mm wheelbase and is rather light, weighing in at roughly 114 kg for the drum brake type and 115 kilograms for the disc brake variant.

The redesigned Honda Shine features a seat height of 791 mm, making it suitable for short and tall riders.

The bike incorporates a ground clearance of 162 mm, which may appear low on paper. Yet, it manages to glide over poorly constructed speed breakers or bumpy surfaces in real-world situations.

The new Honda Shine incorporate a fuel tank capacity of 10.5-litres, which is quite decent.

Performance and Mileage

The new Honda Shine 125 gets equipped with a BS6-compliant 124cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine with Honda’s programmed electronic fuel injection system. Honda’s Enhanced Smart Power (eSP) technology also gets included in the new Shine, which improves both performance and fuel efficiency.

It also has Honda’s Eco Technology (HET) and an ACG silent starter motor, which eliminates gear meshing noise and allows you to start the bike without a jolt in one go.

This Shine’s new BS6 motor produces 10.7 PS of peak power at 7500 RPM and 11 Nm of peak torque at 6000 RPM. The engine now gets paired with a 5-speed manual transmission.

The BS4 Honda Shine used to come with a 4-speed manual transmission.

The Honda Shine always get noted for its smooth power delivery and excellent refinement levels, and the revised BS6 motor is even better. The new Honda Shine 125 BS6 is a fantastic performer with enough punch for city riding.

The Shine seems relatively easy to ride in the city or congested areas, thanks to its strong acceleration and new 5-speed manual transmission, which has light and effortless gear shifts.

The Honda Shine 125 BS6 also has excellent fuel economy. This BS6 honda shine mileage per litre in real-world riding situations touches the figure of around 55-60 km/l, which is perfect for a 125cc commuter motorcycle.

Tyre and Brake Features

The Honda Shine 125 get upgraded with a diamond frame. It has telescopic forks in the front and hydraulic type 5-step adjustable dual shock-absorbers in the back for suspension.

Thanks to its good suspension setup, the Honda Shine has superb ride quality and is one of the best-selling 125cc motorcycles in rural areas.

The bike’s rear brake is a 130 mm drum brake, while the front is either a 240 mm disc or a 130 mm drum unit. The Shine has good braking performance as well, and it comes with CBS, or Combined Braking System, as an added safety feature.

The Shine’s Combi Braking System ensures that the motorcycle comes to a complete stop in a short amount of time. It is accomplished by automatically applying front brakes whenever the rear brake gets pressed.

The tyres on this motorcycle are 18-inch HET tubeless.

Both tyres are 80/100-18 and have a low rolling resistance to help you save money on gas.

A new analogue instrument cluster gets added to the Honda Shine 125. It is, however, lacking in features. This instrument cluster merely shows the most basic ride-related data, such as the speedometer and odometer.

A fuel gauge, a display for warning lights, and a new DC headlamp also get included.

Colour and Variants of Honda CB Shine

Honda Shine bikes are available in four different colours-

  • Black
  • Geny Gray metallic
  • Rebel Red Metallic
  • Athletic Blue Metallic

Variants of Honda CB Shine

The Honda CB Shine is available in two variants:

  • Honda Shine Drum
  • Honda Shine Disc

Top 3 Competitors of Honda Shine

The features and specifications of Honda Shine make it give a cut-throat competition to:

  • Hero Glamour
  • Bajaj Pulsar 125

Let’s See in Detail How Honda Shine gives a tough competition to Hero Glamour and Bajaj Pulsar 125.

Engine Displacement

Hero Glamour and Honda CB Shine lead and get ahead of other scooters, i.e., the Bajaj Pulsar 125.

Honda Shine and Hero Glamour get equipped with a 124.7 cc engine, and Bajaj Pulsar 125 has a 124.4 cc engine.

Mileage

Hero Glamour and Honda Shine are equals again in the battle of being the most fuel-friendly and providing the best mileage. Both offer a solid mileage of 55 km/l. While Bajaj Pulsar 125 offers a mileage of 50 km/l.

Cost

When talking of price, Bajaj Pulsar 125 is the most costly motorcycle; it costs Rs. 95,534, then Hero Glamour costs Rs. 91,607. The cheapest among them is Honda Shine costing Rs. 89,943.

Compare of Honda Shine

  •  
  • Model
  • Price
  • Displacement
  • Max Torque
  • Max Power
  • Fuel Type
  • Fuel Tank Capacity
  • Cooling System
  • Kerb Weight
  • Front Tyre Size
  • Rear Tyre Size
  • Mileage
  • Wheel Type
  • Front Brake Type
  • Rear Brake Type
  • Engine Type
  •  
  • Honda Shine
  • ₹ 78,031
    ₹ 77,378
    ₹ 78,429
    ₹ 80,291
    ₹ 78,763
    ₹ 78,031
  • 124 cc
  • 11 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
  • 10.59 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
  • Petrol
  • 10.5 litres
  • Air Cooled
  • 114 kg
  • 80/100 - 18
  • 80/100 - 18
  • 65 kmpl
  • Alloy
  • Drum
  • Drum
  • Air Cooled, 4 Stroke, BS-VI Engine
  •  
  • Hero Glamour
  • Hero Glamour
  • ₹ 85,338
    ₹ 84,838
    ₹ 83,888
    ₹ 87,838
    ₹ 86,888
    ₹ 85,838
  • 124.7 cc
  • 10.6 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
  • 10.72 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
  • Petrol
  • 10 litres
  • Air Cooled
  • 122 kg
  • 80/100 - 18
  • 100/80 - 18
  • 55.8 kmpl
  • Alloy
  • Drum
  • Drum
  • Air cooled, 4 - stroke
  • View more
  • Bajaj Pulsar 125
  • ₹ 82,477
    ₹ 81,389
    ₹ 80,717
    ₹ 84,909
    ₹ 83,245
    ₹ 82,477
  • 124.4 cc
  • 10.8 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
  • 11.64 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
  • Petrol
  • 11.5 Liters
  • Air Cooled
  • 140 kg
  • 80/100 X 17
  • 100/90 X 17
  • 57 kmpl
  • Alloy Wheels
  • Drum
  • Drum
  • DTS-i Engine
  • View more
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Expert Reviews for Honda Shine

  • The looks are average, but the maintenance cost is low, which is the real perk.

  • It faces a lot of troubles once the speed exceeds 50 km/h and the engine starts to vibrate.

  • It looks decent, and its mileage is excellent.

  • Even though the ground clearance may seem short, it can easily glide over the bumps and avoid potholes.

  • Honda Shine is an excellent bike for the daily commute; it provides decent comfort instead of good, though. It is much more comfortable for the pillion rider due to its wide seat.

  • The colour options in which Honda Shine is available are great and pleasant to look at on the streets.

  • Wider wheelbase contributes to better handling of the bike.

  • The rear suspension can give jerks sometimes, and the bike is not for long hauls.

  • The chrome addition to the bike adds a bit of glamour to the overall mundane bike.

  • The silent start because the ACG system is perfect.

  • The start/stop switch is a great feature; one can start the engine anytime with ease.

Conclusion

The Shine offers a 125cc BS6 fuel injection engine. Honda now claims to be 14% more fuel-efficient than before. Now with a 10.7 horsepower at 7,500rpm and 11Nm at 6,000rpm mated with a new 5-speed gearbox.

The Shine equipment remained unchanged, but the wheelbase was increased by 19 mm (1285 mm).

Also, with a ground clearance of 162mm (5mm more), the bike has more room to overcome high-speed choppers. Changing the dimensions improves the overall stability of the bike.

Thanks to its superb suspension setup, the Honda Shine offers excellent ride quality and is one of the best-selling 125cc motorcycles. The telescopic fork in the front is always in action for suspension work, and a hydraulic double shock absorber is adjustable in five steps at the rear. See the countryside.

This instrument panel only displays all basic ride-related information such as speedometer, odometer, etc. There is also a fuel gauge, warning lamp display and new DC headlights.

All in all, Honda Shine is a feature pack bike, and it offers something for everyone and at a substantial price.

FAQs Regarding FAQs

What is the engine capacity of Honda shine?

The Honda Shine gets equipped with a 124 cc four-stroke, SI, and BS-VI engine that produces 10.74 PS at 7500 rpm and 11 Nm at 6000rpm.

What is the on-road price of a Honda Shine bike?

In Delhi, the Honda Shine costs Rs 82.37 lakh. The Honda Shine's on-road price will include the ex-showroom price, RTO fees, insurance, and other miscellaneous fees, which may vary depending on the city and insurance providers.

What is the Honda Shine mileage per litre?

The ARAI mileage of the Honda Shine is 65 km/l.

Does Honda Shine have a Kick Start or Self Start?

Honda Shine has both Kick and Self Start.

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