Honda has updated the Shine with some shiny colours. The bike now gets two new colour options: Force Silver Metallic and Monsoon Grey Metallic, in addition to the existing range of Black, Geny Grey Metallic and Rebel Red Metallic.
The Shine is equipped with 125cc engine and produces 7.55 Kw (10.12 bhp) of power and 10.54 Nm of Torque. The bike gets both an electric and kick start option (depending on the variant). The Shine also gets optional front disc brake.
Features of the Shine
- 3D Honda Emblem
- Stylish graphics
- Tubeless tyres
- Optimax Engine
- MF Battery
- Viscous Air Filter
- Ergo-Tec Design seat
- Stylish grab rail
Honda has been very aggressive in the last couple in the Indian market and is getting even more as the company plans to be the top player in the Indian market. In March the company replaced Bajaj to take on the second position as the largest seller in India.
Honda will soon launch its commuter bike the Dream Yuga to take on India’s best selling motorcycle Hero Splendor. The bike will be launched anytime in May and will be priced aggressively.
Besides the Shine Honda also offers the Stunner in the 125cc segment as a premium offering.