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India Honda’s Bikes Gain Fuel Efficiency & Good Handling

In India, Honda provides 22 new models, with the Activa 6G, SP 125, and Shine being the most popular bikes. The Honda CB350 Brigade, XL750 Transalp, and Activa 7G are forthcoming motorbikes. Motorbikes made by Honda are renowned for their handling, creativity, and dependability. The second-largest two-wheeler producer in India is Honda. The company achieved this by increasing its sales and service footprint in rural areas. At the same time, Honda bikes India developed a sizable line of products for its portfolio. The 110-125cc scooter category, the 110-180cc mass market motorcycle segment, and the 250cc and over premium motorcycle segment are currently where Honda is present. Honda bikes are becoming more and more popular for their fuel efficiency and good handling. After adopting BS6 emission rules, Honda strongly aims to launch new products in the premium market. This company is starting with the 160, 200, and 300cc categories. They have enormous potential.

A Honda bike is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about booking a two-wheeler. Honda earned consumers’ trust by providing the most reliable, durable, and fashionable two-wheelers. Honda bikes India is also known for their several models, good handling, and fuel efficiency. 

Here are the top bikes in terms of fuel efficiency and good handling:

  1. Honda SP 125- A mileage motorbike called the Honda SP 125 may be purchased in India for as little as Rs. 99,693. There are 2 variations and 5 colours available, with the top variant starting at Rs. 1,04,099. The Honda SP 125 is propelled by a 124cc BS6 engine that produces 10.72 horsepower and 10.9 Nm of torque. Honda SP 125 has a combined braking system for both wheels thanks to its front disc and rear drum brakes. The bike now has carved, edgier characteristics that update its design. The SP 125 has the exact same setup as the CB Shine in terms of cycle parts. It has telescopic front forks and two spring-loaded shock absorbers at the back. The bike is equipped with 18-inch rims and 80/100 section tyres on both ends.


Engine capacity- 124 cc

Mileage- 65 km/l

Transmission- 5-speed manual

Fuel tank capacity- 11 L

  1. Honda Shine- Honda created the CB Shine, a 125cc commuter motorbike, for the mass market. The Shine bike price is around Rs. 1,00,000. It targets a group of customers who are content with minimalist design but demand decent economy and performance. Because of this and Honda’s refinement and dependability, the Shine is a potent all-around package. The CB Shine’s fuel tank has 3D Honda symbols and artwork all over it. Honda has also released a limited edition motorbike with aesthetic improvements to make it more appealing. It has modern side cowls, grab rails in various colours, and dual-tone paint schemes. The bike sports a diamond frame chassis and a 124cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine. The CB Shine comes with classic suspension with rear preload adjustment and 18-inch wheels. For the CB Shine, you can choose a front drum brake or a disc brake.


Engine capacity- 123.94 cc

Mileage- 55 km/l

Transmission- 5-speed manual

Fuel tank capacity- 10.5 L

  1. Honda Unicorn- A commuter motorbike that competes in the 150-180cc class is the Honda Unicorn BS6. The bike is only offered in one configuration, and it costs Rs 93,593. The colour choices include Matte Axis Gray Metallic, Imperial Red Metallic, and Pearl Igneous Black. The front of the commuter bike features a single-pod halogen headlight. The headlight is encircled by a front cowl with a chrome finish. The fuel tank has a chrome logo that gives the entire item a premium appearance. Although the design has not changed, the most recent version of the bike features a longer seat and better ground clearance than the BS4 model. A new rear HET tubeless tyre is also added to the new model. The mechanical improvements come in the shape of an engine with a significantly larger displacement. A 160cc PGM-FI HET engine powers the Unicorn BS6 bike. Also, the BS6 model has a counterweight balancer to lessen vibrations. The kit also includes a switch that stops the engine. A rear mono-shock and telescopic front forks make up the suspension system. The front and rear braking systems each include a disc brake, and the single-channel ABS serves as the safety net.


Engine capacity- 162.7 cc

Mileage- 50 km/l

Transmission- 5-speed manual

Fuel tank capacity- 13 L

You may book these fuel-efficient bikes on the Bajaj Mall. And you don’t have to stress about the price as you may get a two-wheeler loan from Bajaj Finserv. Upon arriving at the partner showroom to complete the purchase, you will get the loan. It will help you prevent the large initial investment.

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