According to HMSI or Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India, it has already released its 50th lack CB Shine motorcycle with 125 cc. The unit came from the company’s manufacturing plant located in Tapukara in Rajasthan.
In celebration of the release, Honda presented to the public its new 2017 BS IV which is also under the CB Shine model but is equipped with AHO or automatic headlight on. This is the third type launched in order to meet the standards of BS-IV.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has been improving its scooters and motorcycles in terms of capacity in order to be more visible and lessen the difference of motorcycle volume with respect to its previous partner which is the Hero MotoCorp.
According to the CEO and president of the Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India, Keita Muramatsu, in all the countries all over the world India considered by Honda to be one of the most important as well as the fastest growing markets. Because they have a vision to grown, the company is happy to announce that their business has reached a new milestone in the country.
In a statement made by the senior vice president in sales and marketing of Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India, Y S Guleria, Honda has already created a legacy for more than a decade in the country and Shine is the most important motorcycle in the product line.
Despite the fact that the bulge bracket of the 110 cc segment is still dominated by Hero MotoCorp, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India said that CB Shine is the largest selling motorcycle in the 125cc bracket all over the world and it has already reached a milestone of five million.
The latest version of the Honda motorcycles is called the 2017 CB Shine Premium Upgrade and it is powered by single cylinder with a capacity of 124.73. It is air-cooled and can produce 10.16 BHP at a rate of 7500 rpm. Its peak torque is 10.30 Nm which can be reached at 5500 rpm. The 2017 CB Shine features a muffler with chrome finish and a cover for the carburetor.