Honda SP 125

INTRODUCTION

HONDA SP 125 is the brand’s latest addition to its commuter segment. The BS6 compliant model gets quite a few upgrades from its popular predecessor CB Shine SP 125. Honda’s Enhanced Smart Power (eSP) technology promises higher fuel efficiency. The silent-start ACG starter, all-LED headlamp, improved fully-digital instrument cluster, and the engine kill switch are a few. The Honda SP 125 will be available in two variants – the drum brake with a combined braking system (CBS) and a front disc brake variant with CBS.

GALLERY

  • FRONT PROFILE
  • HONDA SP 125 angle view
    LEFT ANGLE PROFILE
  • BACK PROFILE
  • HONDA SP 125 side view
    LEFT PROFILE
  • RIGHT ANGLE PROFILE
  • RIGHT PROFILE
  • IMPERIAL RED METALLIC
  • MATTE AXIS GREY METALLIC
  • PEARL SIREN BLUE
  • HONDA SP 125 front angle view
    STRIKING GREEN
  • ATHLETIC BLUE METALLIC

KEY SPECIFICATIONS

DISPLACEMENT

123.94cc

MILEAGE

66-71km/l

POWER

10.8PS @ 7,500rpm

TORQUE

10.9Nm @ 6,000rpm

FUEL SYSTEM

PGM-Fi

TANK CAPACITY

11 litres

REAR SUSPENSION

HYDRAULIC TYPE

KERB WEIGHT

117Kg

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SPECIAL FEATURES

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SILENT START WITH ACG
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FULL DIGITAL METER
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HET BS VI ENGINE
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PGM-FI
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ENHANCED SMART POWER
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FRICTION REDUCTION
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HET TUBELESS TYRE
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AGGRESSIVE TANK DESIGN
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5-SPEED TRANSMISSION
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3+3 YEARS WARRANTY
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CBS WITH EQUILIZER
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SEAL CHAIN

Full Specifications

City 59-65km/l
Highway 66-71km/l
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer No
Tripmeter No
Low Fuel Indicator Yes
Low Battery Indicator No
Start Type Self/Kick
Kill Switch Yes
Clock Yes
Pass Light Yes
ABS No
Stand Alarm No
Tyres (F) 80/100-18 M/C 47P, Tubeless
Tyres (R) 80/100-18 M/C 54P, Tubeless
Brakes (F) Disc 240 mm, Drum 130 mm
Brakes (R) Drum 130 mm
Type Diamond Type
Front Suspension Telescopic
Rear Suspension Hydraulic Type
Length x Width x Height 2020mm x 785mm x 1103mm
Kerb Weight 117kg
Wheel Base 1285mm
Tank Capacity 11 L
Seat Height 790mm
Ground Clearance 160mm
Battery 12V, 4.0Ah
Head Lamp LED, DC
Type 4 stroke, SI Engine
Displacement 123.94cc
Power 10.8PS @ 7,500rpm
Torque 10.9Nm @ 6,000rpm
Fuel System PGM-FI
Bore X Stroke 50.0mm X 63.1mm
Compression Ratio 10.0:1
Starting Method Self/Kick

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HONDA SP 125 OVERVIEW

Honda launched the BS6 SP 125. It is Honda’s second BS6-compliant two-wheeler to sell in India and the first motorcycle from the Japanese brand to update for BS6 emission norms. It is powered by a new 124cc single-cylinder fuel-injected motor that generates 10.8PS at 7500rpm, 0.57PS more than the BS4 Shine SP. The engine features an ACG starter which makes sure the engine cracks silently.

As far as the underpinnings are concerned, it continues to use the same diamond-type frame as the CB Shine SP. Suspension bits also remain the same telescopic fork and twin shock absorbers. The motorcycle comes to a halt using a 240mm disc/130mm drum upfront and a 130mm drum at the rear with CBS as standard. Other notable features include an all-LED headlamp, a fully-digital instrument cluster with real-time and average efficiency, range, and even gear position indicator.

Honda has also equipped the bike with new premium-looking switchgear and an engine kill switch. While the styling isn’t going to attract the attention of fellow motorists, Honda designers have given the bike a more youthful appeal without making drastic changes, which might be perfect for buyers in this segment. The SP125 competes against the Bajaj Pulsar 125 and the Hero Glamour FI.

HONDA SP 125 VERDICT

PROS

  • 125cc engine offers excellent refinement
  • Great fuel efficiency
  • Offers comfortable ride

CONS

  • Disc brake variant is priced quite high
  • Misses out on some modern features
  • Conservative styling

About Honda

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Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India {HMSI} started the journey in India in 1999 and now holds a coveted place among the motorcycle companies reason – being among the top three. Earlier Honda bikes models and Hero bikes models had joint venture known by the very familiar name – Hero Honda which was made into reality in 1984 and parted ways in 2010 and also ending technological support to Hero lasting till 2014. Now both companies are in their quest to reach the number one position and the fight continues. Now Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI) is a 100% subsidiary of Honda Motor Company Ltd., Japan and the list of all honda bikes now exceeds 20+ variants in India.

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