Rs. 58,097 - 64,950
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Honda CB Shine Latest Updates

Honda is planning to launch its second BS6 two-wheeler on November 14. We believe that it is most likely going to be the updated version of the CB Shine 125. Recently, RTO registration documents of the new BS6-compliant bike had leaked online. The new engine generates 10.8PS at 7500rpm, 0.5PS more than the BS4 bike. The engine will feature fuel injection too, and that explains the bump in power.
Whether the new bike will arrive as just the Shine or with the SP badge remains to be seen. The bike is likely to cost around Rs 72,000 (ex-showroom) and will compete against the Bajaj Discover 125 and Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon.

Honda CB Shine Price

The price of Honda CB Shine starts at Rs. 58,097 and goes upto Rs. 64,950. Honda CB Shine is offered in 6 variants - Drum Self and Alloy, CBS, Drum CBS Limited Edition, Disc Self and Alloy, Disc CBS and the top variant CB Shine Disc CBS LImited Edition which comes at a price tag of Rs. 64,950.

Honda CB Shine Variants Price List

CB Shine Drum Self and Alloy
124 cc | 65 kmpl
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CB Shine CBS
124 cc | 65 kmpl
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CB Shine Drum CBS Limited Edition
124 cc | 65 kmpl
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Editor's View of Honda CB Shine

  • Upside

    Mileage, comfort and more power

  • Downside

    Lack of top-end, vibrations

  • Our Verdict

    The Honda CB Shine 125 brings excellent rideability and comfort for city riding along with decent fuel economy.

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying CB Shine

Q. Is CB Shine is good for daily riding?
  • Its The Perfect Bike To Commute Within The City As It's A Small Capacity Bike And You Can Enjoy Riding It Daily
  • Yes absolutely. It's ride quality and smooth engine makes it perfect for daily commute. Also it offers very good mileage. I'm getting from 65 to 68 kmpl.
  • Definitely but depending upon your touring distance....
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Q. Is it for long drive - CB Shine?
  • From Nagpur to Pune 750km run in 16 hours done.Shine sp performance is superb. you have to go between 80-90 speed and after 150km relax for 10 mint.
  • I did a 800 kms one way trips,and could maintain 100 for close to 40-45 mins 😊.damm engine is so awesome,after 14 hrs of the whole engine,still no sign of breakdown.and i made that trip twice more.
  • Bike will withstand, but you will not be comfortable because of high vibration on handlebars, footpegs and tank
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Q. What is the mileage of Honda shine and does the chain problem solved in 2018 model
  • It depends upon where you use the bike. If it is in City like Pune then 50 to 55 KM. It is outside Pune then it would be 60. CB Shine is the best vehicle I would recommend you.
  • 60 kmpl its new 2018 took very recently. There is no any problem. Best bike for traffic with family ride in honda segment.
  • 50 km.
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Q. Pulsar Neon ABS or Shine CBS which one is best for family and comfort?
  • For family and comfort Shine. For power and looks Pulsar.
  • CB Shine As Low Maintanence And Classic In Mileage
  • Pulsar as it has got good power and abs too
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Q. Which variant is overall good - CB Shine?
  • Performance will be same in all variants as the engine is same. Breaking is the major change. Go with the top model. you might have to pay some extra amount but it will be worth in the long run.
  • It has drum and disc varient which you need is your choice
  • Self and disk variant is overall a good bike
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  • Thanks so much for your help and support of course you can
  • Hero Achiever. For more power and mileage.
  • Achiever is on of the best.
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Honda CB Shine User Reviews

4.0 /5
1468 Rating & 540 reviews
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Preferred For : Daily Commute

45% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 3.8

    Actually I am not happy with service they are given every time whenever I leave it for services they have do some mistake when I go to complain about it their answer is sorry next time we will do our best today it is more than expected vehicles came for service I 2 neglected that one because they are doing like this it may be the reason because it"s a free service then and I give it for first paid service they were continuing the negligence in service, sometimes I have a doubt that did they even change the engine oil or not everything is ok about the bike it would be better if you take care of Service Centre 2. I wished to give my vehicle for service in a company owned service centre is there any options like that otherwise it's better to leave my vehicle for service outside

  • 1.8

    Request to you, please accept my apology for grammatical mistakes. (sharing with you the experience of 2 years with Honda shine) My height is 5.11", i have purchased this bike (Honda CB Shine) for daily commuting (60 kms / day), but i believe this bike is not suitable for tall riders. Ride quality is very poor, shock absorbents are not able to manage even pot holes and gaps between paver block and road. Jerks are not at all absorbed and managed, sometimes you feel there is metal rod instead of suspensions. It may be an unique experience, but when bike exceeds 50kmph, there are micro vibration in tremendous level on handle bar and foot pecks, which leads to head and neck pain. The bike is good for those who ride it at 40kmph and short in height.

  • 4.6

    the engine is super smooth for a reasonable speed. when you rave it hard , you get vibration, but being a 125 cc engine, we can"t expect more. For city commute, I don"t think one can have a better option. Maneauvering in city is so easy, riding position is great, won"t make you feel tired even after long rides.I have done 400km in one stretch and I found it good.Maintenance cost is low. I got mileage between 50-60km/lit. It"s definitely not for some one rave hardy, but it"s superb for city commuting and short rides.

  • 3.4

    I have been using my cb shine for a year now, the following are the features which I have come across. Comfort- 4/5, Mileage- 55kmpl, Styling- 3/5, vibration- 4/5. After I cross 80kmphr, What I can firmly say is that there has to be some manufacturing defect with the gear pattern because even when I have reached the maximum gear (i.e 4th)the bike still guesses to have an additional gear because still does not run smoothly which leads to vibration. Ignoring this, I drive 60kms everyday and I can drive easily.

  • 4.6

    This bike is incredible with it"s pick up and ride quality at this price it just amazing I never thought that this bike have 125cc engine because it"s engine perform like 150cc engine bike so it just amazing, but there is one thought is a little bit disappointing for me that this bike doesn"t have 5th gear and while riding this bike I can feel that this bike need a 5th gear and this bike demanding for 5th gear by the way under 70k this bike gives me a value for money performance

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  • 2.2

    maintenance costly and part cost also .....

  • 1.8

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  • 3.8

    1year experience this Honda shine

  • 4.2

    Engine hideling problem since I bought the bike

  • 4.2

    bahut achcha bike hai chalene Me achcha lagata hai

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Honda CB Shine Expert Reviews

  • Yamaha Saluto vs Honda CB Shine: Comparison review
    Yamaha Saluto vs Honda CB Shine: Comparison review

    Can the new Yamaha Saluto clinch the crown as the best 125cc motorcycle in the Indian two-wheeler market from the Honda CB Shine? We compare both these bikes and get you the answer

    Jul 20, 2015
  • Bajaj Discover 125M vs Honda CB Shine: 125cc Comparison Review
    Bajaj Discover 125M vs Honda CB Shine: 125cc Comparison Review

    Armed with best-in-class efficiency and low price tag, the Bajaj Discover 125M is here to challenge Honda CB Shine -the 125cc segment dominator.

    Apr 16, 2014
  • Comparo: Bajaj Discover 125 DTSi vs Honda CB Shine
    Comparo: Bajaj Discover 125 DTSi vs Honda CB Shine

    The Bajaj Discover is back in conventional territory, with its 125 DTSi engine. We pit it against the outright leader of the category, the Honda CB Shine, to see if it can change the dynamics of the tricky commuter space. Sopan Sharma compares

    May 18, 2011

Honda CB Shine Colours

  • Black With Spear Silver Metallic
  • Black With Imperial Red Metallic
  • Black
  • Sunset Brown Metallic
  • Imperial Red Metallic
  • Rebel Red Metallic
  • Geny Grey Metallic
  • Athletic Blue Metallic

Honda CB Shine Highlights

CB Shine was 3rd Most Selling Bike in September'19
After the success of the Unicorn in the 150cc segment, Honda wanted to capture the smaller capacity markets. While Hero dominated the 100cc space, Honda decided to tackle the slightly larger 125cc segment with the launch of the CB Shine. The Shine’s reliable engine coupled with its frugality and butter-smooth refinement made it the most sought-after motorcycle in the 125cc category. So much so that even till date, the Shine is Honda’s best-selling motorcycle in the country! It also commands the majority market share in the 125cc segment. The Shine primarily competes with the Bajaj Discover 125, Yamaha Saluto and Hero Glamour in the Indian market. In 2015, Honda launched a sportier version of the CB Shine in the form of CB Shine SP. This was sportier not only in terms of design but also packed a 5-speed transmission.

CB Shine Specifications

Powering the Shine is a trusty 124.73cc single-cylinder motor which makes 10.30PS and 10.30Nm. It does miss out on a fifth gear, but the gearbox is slick nonetheless. The industrial diamond frame is suspended on conventional forks and twin rear shocks. The 18-inch alloy wheels come shod with MRF tubeless tyres. There are two options for front brakes - a 130mm drum unit or a 240mm disc. There is only a 130mm drum option for the rear brake.

CB Shine Design and Features

Honda’s CB Shine has been its workhorse for years. Part of the charm is that the styling manages to look homely and welcoming. There is none of that edginess which digresses from the motorcycle’s main focus - commuting. With that in mind, Honda has managed to offer several simple yet attractive colour schemes with not too over-the-board graphics. You also get the added convenience of tubeless tyres.

Honda CB Shine Competitors

Hero Super Splendor : : Hero equipped India’s highest selling motorcycle with a 125cc engine and the result was the Super Splendor. However, it is not the most powerful bike in its segment. It also misses out on disc brakes which the Shine offers as an option.


There is no doubt that the Honda CB Shine manages to excel in India. It has been the highest selling 125cc motorcycle in India for ages and the main reason is the Honda badge of reliability. At Rs 63,316 (ex-showroom Delhi) for the CBS and disc variant, the Shine offers fantastic value for money.

Honda CB Shine Mileage

ARAI Claimed 65 kmpl
User Reported 50 kmpl

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