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  • Q. How is Honda shine sp? Can I buy this?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Honda Shine SP is one of the best looking 125cc bikes out there. The bike handles well, and the motor is refined and spunky. Overall, the Shine SP boasts good levels of fit and finish, and given Honda's penchant for making reliable bikes, is almost a no-brainer. The 124.7cc air-cooled and carburetted single makes 10.3PS at 7500rpm and 10.3Nm at 5500rpm. The engine gets Honda Eco Technology and, coupled with a more efficient 5-speed gearbox and low rolling resistance tyres. It returned an impressive mileage of 75km/l in our test.

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  • Q. What is the best bike for hilly areas like Kashmir - CB Shine SP?
    Sagar
    Sagar | 5 months ago

    There are many bikes but mark down your budget as well - Himalayan is best for adventure touring; besides I have taken my RTR 180 everywhere be it hills, forests, riversides, offroading, highways, it's smooth and rock solid. But upgrade your bike for more fun to 200 to 250ctc on your capabilities. RTR180 has also come with a limitation. The power is good but not enough that gives a thrill, however, it's fun riding RTR180, GO FOR IT IF YOU HAVE A BUDGET OF 1LAC ONLY.

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  • Q. Has this bike no vibration between 40 to 60kmpl. - CB Shine SP?
    ALFRED
    ALFRED | 6 months ago

    There is something called N V H, Noise, Vibration, Harshness, every automobile manufacturer should adhere to, but in Honda Shine Sp case, it is bit noisy, and harsh

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  • Q. Is there any vibration above 80 kmph - CB Shine SP?
    Himanshu
    Himanshu | 8 months ago

    Unfortunately their is too much vibration after 80 and it increases above 95 kmph

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  • Q. Is there a problem in the suspension of this bike - CB Shine SP?
    ALFRED
    ALFRED | 5 months ago

    Yes Honda CB Shine SP's suspension do not have a telling effect for 125 CC. Even in bumpy roads with a depth of 4 inches it is not all that good.

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  • Q. I am a medical representative and all day riding is 120-140km. Can I buy Shine SP?
    ALFRED
    ALFRED | 3 months ago

    Mr.Santhosh, looking at the type of driving you do, to choose bike you have to look at both with your health and your profession, no doubt SP shine is a decent bike, but with about 120 kms perday, any of the 150 cc bikes like the Yamaha fz s is good because of the mono suspension mounting it protects your back, spinal cord etc to a very good level. On the other hand shine sp is a 125 cc bike and a typical springs at the back which bounces at the slightest bump possible, that way i dont know you will be a better judge. When it comes to mileage it is Shine SP not the fz s.

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  • Q. For daily 60-80 km run which bike is good? My choices are Shine and Avenger.
    Shanku
    Shanku | 4 months ago

    I will suggest you to buy Pulsar 150 classic....because the price of Pulsar 150 classic is identical to shine sp but the performance of Pulsar is more better than shine sp....and you will also get a powerful bike....the milage of this two bikes are same

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  • Q. I travel daily from Mathikere to Chandapura approx 80 km, which bike do you suggest in Honda , I need better mileage and speed - CB Shine SP?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The Honda CB Shine SP is a good bike for daily commute but as per your requirements (which involves speed and mileage), we would suggest you go into a bit of higher engine capacity bikes such as Honda Unicorn which would definitely be a perfect bike according to your requirements. Moreover, we would recommend you to take a test ride of both the bikes so that you may get a clarified perspective regarding each and every aspect of the bikes.Click here for the Dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Honda

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  • Q. Which bike is suitable for contineous ride of 500km?
    ALFRED
    ALFRED | 1 month ago

    Two things you have to keep in mind before you make a investment decision on bikes. If you are thinking of 500 kms at a stretch, then it should be minimum 300cc and above, because at what speed you would like to cruise and the type of terrain you would be traversing, if it is a hilly terrain the gear box would be in demand and if its air cooled engine its ok in cold, otherwise it needs to be a liquid or water cooled engine. Then it will be physical also, specially if it is a fully faired you have to be in a racing position. which will have a toll on your back. Where do you want to go ? what kind of roads you would be riding through? i hope it is not going to be a DAKAR 2019.

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  • Q. Is pick up of Shine SP better than CB Shine?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    Both the bikes here have same torque of 10.30 Nm @ 5500 rpm. Moreover, you may get a clear understanding of the riding experience by taking a test ride of the bikes. Click on the following link to get details for the authorized dealership available from your respective city. https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Honda

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