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Honda SP125 BS-6 India Launch Live updates: Price in India, engine specifications, features, colours, variants, images

The Honda SP125 now stands as the fourth BS-6 compliant motorcycle in India after the Hero Spendor iSmart, Yamaha FZ-FI and the FZS-FI. It is the second BS-6 complaint two-wheeler for Honda in India after the launch of the upgraded Activa 125.

By: | Updated: November 14, 2019 1:39:04 pm

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has today launched its first BS-6 compliant motorcycle in India. Called as the SP125, it is priced at Rs 72,900 (ex-showroom). The Honda SP125 now joins the ranks of the Hero Spendor iSmart, Yamaha FZ-FI and FZS-FI as the only BS-6 compliant motorcycles in India. For Honda, this is the second BS-6 compliant two-wheeler in India after the launch of the upgraded Activa 125 in September. With this, the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer has become the only one in India to have a BS-6 compliant scooter as well as a motorcycle in its portfolio. The Honda SP125 comes with a number of design updates over the CB Shine SP. It even gets a fully digital instrument cluster. The new engine uses Honda HET and eSP technology.

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    13:38 (IST)14 Nov 2019
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    13:33 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda SP125 BS-6 deliveries

    Honda has commenced the production of the SP125 BS-6 in India. The company says that the units of this bike will start reaching the dealerships by the end of November this year. With the launch of the SP125, Honda now has a BS-6 scooter as well as a motorcycle in its portfolio. 

    13:31 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda SP125 BS-6 price in India

    Honda has launched the BS-6 compliant SP125 at a starting price of Rs 72,900. It will be available in two variants.

    13:29 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda SP125 BS-6 dimensions

    Dimensionally, the Honda SP125 measures 2020 mm in length, 785 mm in width and 1103 mm in height. It has a wheelbase of 1,285 mm. The bike offers the fuel-tank capacity of 11-litres. It offers a seat height of 790 mm. 

    13:25 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda SP125 BS-6 engine specifications

    The Honda SP125 BS-6 is powered by a 124 cc, single-cylinder engine. This motor is capable of churning out 10.72 hp of power along with 10.9 Nm of peak torque. This engine is paired to a 5-speed gearbox. It comes with the Self as well as a kick-start mechanism. 

    13:19 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda SP125 Colour options

    Honda is going to offer the SP125 BS-6 in four colour options. These will include Yellow, Blue, Black and Silver. New styling bits on the bike includes an aggressive fuel-tank design. In addition to this, there are somebody graphics on offer as well.

    12:39 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda SP125 gets a fully digital instrument cluster

    The Honda Sp125 comes with a fully digital instrument cluster. It displays readings such as the average fuel-efficiency figure, real-time fuel-efficiency figure, distance to empty, gear position indicator, an eco indicator as well as service due indicator. 

    12:31 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda SP125 to come with eSP and HET technology

    The all-new Honda SP125 comes with the two-wheeler manufacturers HET and eSP technology. This means that it will be BS-6 compliant. The eSP technology gives this bike Honda's ACG started which ensures a silent start of the bike's engine. This is the same technology which was introduced in the Activa 125 BS-6. 

    12:26 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda to launch its first BS-6 compliant motorcycle today!

    Honda confirms that it is going to launch its first BS-6 compliant motorcycle in India today. It will be called the SP125. With this, Honda has become the first two-wheeler manufacturer in India to have a BS-6 scooter as well as the BS-6 motorcycle in its portfolio.

    12:23 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Double digit growth for Honda this festive season!

    Minoru Kato, President and CEO, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India says that the two-wheeler manufacturer has witnessed a double-digit growth this festive season. The recently launched Honda Activa 125 BS6 has garnered more than 25,000 sales till now. The company says that the Activa has become the best-selling two-wheeler in India.

    12:10 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Sneak peek at Honda's new offering!

    Here is a sneak peek at the upcoming two-wheeler from Honda in India. What do you think is under the wraps? The Activa or the CB Shine SP?

    11:56 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda second BS-6 product launch live stream

    Watch the live stream of the Honda new product launch here!

    11:45 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda's second BS-6 two-wheeler to launch soon

    Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) is soon going to launch its second BS6 offering in India. Stay tuned as we will be bringing in all the latest updates straight from the launch event. Till then, watch our latest comparison video of the TVS Apache RT 160 and Yamaha FZ-FI V3.0!

    11:26 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Fast approaching BS-6 deadline

    From April 2020, only BS-6 vehicles are allowed to be retailed in India. Automobile manufacturers are currently working on introducing their respective upgraded models while managing their BS-4 inventories as well. Due to the additional hardware required to upgrade the engine to meet the new norms, prices of the vehicles increase on an average of 10 to 15 per cent depending upon the model.

    11:06 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    CB Shine SP to be India's fourth BS-6 compliant motorcycle

    If Honda launches the BS-6 compliant CB Shine SP today in India, it will be the fourth BS-6 compliant motorcycle in the Indian market. The first one was the BS-6 Hero Splendor iSmart. And recently, Yamaha introduced the BS-6 compliant versions of the FZ-FI and the FZS-FI in India.

    10:48 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda's new extended warranty scheme

    We recently learned that all new models from Honda are going to be available with a six-year warranty scheme. Out of these, three years warranty will come standard from the manufacturer. The remaining three years warranty can be availed by the customer at a price of Rs 800. The recently launched Honda Activa 125 BS-6 is available with this scheme. And the new product to be launched by Honda today, which most likely be the CB Shine SP will also fall under its umbrella.  

    10:42 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda shuts down production at Manesar plant

    In other news, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has shut production at its Manesar plant on November 11. The shut down comes in the midst of allegations of misconduct which was followed by a week-long tool-down strike by the workers. So far, the brand hasn't revealed as to when it is going to resume operations at the facility. 

    10:34 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    BS-6 Honda CB Shine SP: Changes that you can expect

    What are the changes that you can expect from the BS-6 Honda CB Shine SP? Well, apart from the upgraded engine, the new iteration of this commuter motorcycles is likely to get several other changes. There will be minor updated in the bike's styling. In addition to this, expect the bike to feature slightly altered dimensions. Its wheelbase could be slightly changed as well. 

    10:28 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Leaked document suggest power bump!

    Leaked documents related to the Honda CB Shine SP BS-6 have been doing rounds on the internet. According to these, the upgraded CB Shine SP will get a minor bump in its power i.e. of 0.7 hp. making the new version churn out a total of 10.72 hp of power. Torque figure remains the same at 10.3 Nm. The engine will continue to be paired with a 5-speed transmission. 

    10:21 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Price likely to increase by 10-15 per cent

    Prices of the BS-6 compliant Honda CB Shine SP are likely to increase by 10-15 per cent. At the moment, the BS-4 compliant CB Shine SP retails at a price of Rs 65,500 (ex-showroom). Apart from the BS-6 upgrade, the commuter motorcycle will also get a few design updates. Changes may include new decals along with minor cosmetic updates.

    10:15 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    Honda's first BS-6 offering in India!

    In September, Honda introduced its first BS-6 offering in the Indian market i.e. the new Activa 125. With this update, the Activa 125 received a revised engine and with the introduction of fuel injection technology. The prices of the BS-6 Honda Activa 125 starts at Rs 67,490 and goes all the way up to Rs 74,990 (ex-showroom).

    09:57 (IST)14 Nov 2019
    2nd BS-6 two-wheeler from Honda in India

    The CB Shine SP is likely to be the 2nd BS-6 compliant two-wheeler from Honda in India. in the recent past, documents related to the BS-6 compliant version of this commuter motorcycles have been doing rounds on the internet. Prices of the upgraded version of the CB Shine SP are likely to be 10-15 per cent more than the current BS-4 compliant model.

    Honda is all set to launch its second BS-6 compliant two-wheeler in India today. Though the two-wheeler manufacturer hasn't revealed the product that it is going to introduce, we believe that it is going to be the Bs-6 compliant version of the CB Shine SP.

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