Honda CB Shine 2017 Edition Launched in Nepal at Rs. 1,94,900


Syakar Trading Company (Honda Nepal), the authorized dealer of Honda products in Nepal, has launched the 2017 edition of CB Shine motorcycles. The Honda CB Shine Price in Nepal 2017 Edition is set Rs. 1,94,900. Financing is also available through the Syakar Finance.

Honda CB Shine has been one of the best and efficient bikes in the 125cc segment. So, to keep shining in its segment, there are a bunch of new features in the new edition.

The CB Shine is now powered by a BS-IV complaint 124.73cc air cooled 4-stroke SI engine which produces a max power of 10.57bhp and max torque of 10.30Nm. The Superior Optimax engine, as Honda calls it, also comes with Honda’s Eco Technology (HET) and has a top speed of 93kmph.

Honda’s 2017 CB Shine has Always Headlamp On (AHO) feature which is complimented by a trendy visor on top. It also has new graphics with premium 3D emblem which generates a modern look. The chrome carburetor covers and the chrome finished muffler adds more shine to the overall styling. It also gets an all new outstanding tail light.

In terms of comfort, the CB Shine gets a telescopic front suspension and a 5-way adjustable spring loaded hydraulic rear shock. For convenience during punctures, it has tubeless tyres both at the front and rear.

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The Honda CB shine comes with 130mm drum brakes both at the front and rear as standard and a 240mm disc in the front as optional.

The fuel tank capacity on the CB Shine is 10.5 liters with a fuel efficiency of 65kmpl. With all these new features, it has a kerb weight of 123kg.

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Honda CB Shine Price in Nepal (2017 Edition): Rs. 1,94,900

For more specs and features of the 2017 Honda CB Shine, please visit at Honda CB Shine.

For Booking, please visit at Honda CB Shine2017 Booking.

For Financing, please visit Honda CB Shine 2017 Financing.

For further details and queries, please contact Honda Nepal.


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Written by Sashank Shakya

Only two things that interests me; things with wheels and an engine, and things with displays. I am always curious to know what’s inside. Fascinates me how the little things make a huge difference to make our lives easier and us humans lazier.

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