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Mumbai: Famous motorcycle manufacturer Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has launched the new Honda Shine 100 in India. In the Indian market, the company has kept its price at Rs 64,900. This bike will be sold along with Livo and CD 110. But this bike will be below Shine 125 CC. What are the special features the company has given in this bike. Let’s know about it…
Single Cylinder, Air Cooled Engine
The Honda Shine 100 comes with a new 100cc engine, which is tuned for better mileage. A tall seat has been given in this lady. Which is quite comfortable for daily use. Talking about its engine, it is a single cylinder, air cooled engine and to increase the mileage, it has been given ASP and fuel injection technology. It also has auto choke system. Its 100 cc engine generates power of 7.6 bhp and torque of 8.02 Nm. It has been designed according to the new BS6 norms. Honda Shine 100 is available in total 5 color options. The bike is built on a diamond frame and has a ground clearance of 168 mm. In terms of design, it can be called a smaller version of Shine 125. There is no major change in its looks. The Honda Shine 100 also gets a side stand with engine inhibitor. Due to these features the engine does not start unless the bike is on the side stand. Along with this, Combi Brake System has also been given in the new Shine.
booking starts today
The bookings for the Honda Shine 100 have started across the country from today. Its production will start from next month, while the deliveries of the Honda Shine 100 will start from May 2023. The purchase of the Shine 100 will come with the company’s exclusive 6-year warranty package, which includes 3 years standard and 3 years optional extended warranty. Honda Shine 125 is the popular model of the company and in such a situation, the company has introduced Shine 100 to strengthen its hold in the 100 cc segment. This product of the company has been prepared keeping in mind the rural market.
this bike will compete
In the domestic market, the 100cc Honda Shine will compete against the Hero Splendor and the Bajaj Platina, which are the best-selling bikes in the segment.