Honda Motorcycle & Scooter
India Pvt Ltd (HMSI) has launched the new CB Shine SP 2017 offering ‘Refreshed
Style'. The new CB Shine SP with AHO is the 5th offering from Honda’s stable to
meet Bharat Stage-IV norms.
The CB Shine SP is available
for sale in three variants-Standard, Deluxe & CBS at a price starting Rs.
60,914 (ex-showroom Delhi). The 2017 CB Shine SP comes in two new additional
colours-Pearl Siren Blue and Imperial Red Metallic with new graphics standard
across its complete colour line-up.
A combination of sharp headlight with carved
visor on top of it, adds to the front good looks, while the sporty character of
CB Shine SP receives a boost with the digital analog meter console and the dual
tone side-cover. The bike comes with 5-split alloy wheels with disc and a
strong 2-piece designed modern muffler.
The new CB Shine SP is Honda’s
first motorcycle to be equipped with HET Tyre in India. Developed and patented
by Honda (Patent received in 3 countries including Japan, applied in India),
HET Tyre is built with a new compound that reduces the energy loss while
maintaining optimum grip performance. It reduces rolling resistance by 15-20%
thereby improving overall efficiency.
CB Shine SP is equipped with
Combi Brake System (CBS) with Equalizer technology (Much ahead of Government
regulations, which will make CBS mandatory on all two-wheelers up to 125cc
engine capacity from April 1, 2018). The unique Equalizer in Honda’s advanced
Combi Brake System (CBS) distributes braking force proportionately between
front and rear wheels simultaneously by pressing just the rear brake foot
lever. This results in reduced braking distance & improved balance, leading
to more confident riding compared to conventional braking. The 5-speed gear box
helps reduce vibrations at high-speed.
The innovative ergonomics,
longer-seats, longer wheel-base, an increased ground clearance and 5 step
adjustable suspension on the CB Shine SP provide for comfort of both the rider
and the pillion irrespective of the road conditions.
Automatic Headlamp On / AHO is
a new Government notification effective April 1, 2017. As per this, the
headlamp of all two-wheelers manufactured in India should be equipped to
automatically turn on as vehicle starts. Key benefits of AHO for the new CB
Shine SP rider are improved visibility of the vehicle in all conditions .
At the core of CB Shine SP is Honda’s 125cc Honda Eco
Technology (HET) engine. The max net power is 10.16bhp@7,500 RPM and max net
torque is 10.30Nm@5,500 RPM
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