Honda 2Wheelers India has finally revealed the prices for the updated 2018 avatar of CB Shine SP motorcycle today which was showcased at Auto Expo 2018. Priced at INR 62,032 (ex-showroom Delhi), the motorcycle is offered in 3 variants – drum, disc and CBS variant. The prices for the other two variants are INR 64,518 and 66,508 respectively (ex-showroom Delhi). The Japanese bike maker also showcased updated scooter as well as bike line up at the biennial motor show earlier this month. As a reminder, Honda X-Blade 160cc motorcycle is slated to launch in the domestic market soon which is Honda’s fourth all-new product for the year 2018. See More:  Honda Activa 5G: India Launch, Price, Images, Dimensions – 5 Things You Need to KnowAlso Read - Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Launched in India; Priced At Rs 8.95 Lakh

Talking about the newly launched Honda CB Shine SP, the motorcycle gets major cosmetic changes while the mill remains untouched. As far as the updates are concerned, the motorcycle now sports a revamped tank with extended shrouds, body decals and much more. The motorcycle also comes with revised analog-digital instrument panel that provides essential information like service indicator, a clock, speedometer and more. However, the side panels, alloy wheels and rear section of the motorcycle seem to be untouched. Read Also: Honda X-Blade: Price in India, Launch Date, Specs, Features, Dimensions Also Read - Honda 2Wheelers India Inaugurates New BigWing Dealership In Bengaluru

As far as the engine specs are concerned, the motorcycle is powered by the same 124.73 cc single cylinder, air-cooled engine tuned to make 10.16 bhp @ 7500 rpm against 10.30 Nm of peak torque @ 5500 rpm. The unit is mated to a 5-speed gearbox for smooth gear shifts. For suspension, the new Honda CB Shine SP motorcycle is fitted with telescopic forks at the front and twin shocks at the rear. Read Also: Honda Activa 5G: Price in India, Launch Date, Images, Features, Spec, Review, Mileage Also Read - HMSI felicitates paralympic athlete Deepa Malik

The deceleration duties on the motorcycle will be carried out by pair drum brakes for the base variant along with a front disc brake and optional Combi-Braking System (CBS) on the disc variant. The newly launched motorcycle comes fitted with 18-inch alloy wheels with low resistance tyres for better fuel efficiency. The bike maker will be looking to further strengthen its hold in the segment with the updated version of the motorcycle as it is pitted against Bajaj Discover 125.