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Bikes cheaper than Splendor launched in your city too, full details from price to features

New Delhi. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) recently launched the new Shine 100 motorcycle. It was launched in the market at an initial price of Rs 64,900 (ex-showroom). But, now the company has started launching Shine 100 in different states with a lower price. Right now Honda has launched its Shine 100 in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Rajasthan at a special introductory price of Rs 62,900 (ex-showroom) and this means that after some time its price will increase.

Talking about mechanics, Honda Shine 100 has been given a 98.98cc single cylinder, air cooled, fuel injected engine and this engine is capable of generating 7.28bhp and 8.05Nm peak torque. A 4-speed manual gearbox has been given with this engine. However, Honda has not yet made public any information regarding its mileage, the company has not released any official figure for the mileage. The company has only claimed that the Shine 100 comes with class leading fuel efficiency.

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Dhansu features will be available in Honda Shine 100
Honda’s new Shine 100 features telescopic front forks and dual spring-loaded shock absorbers at the rear. It uses drum brakes at both the ends (front and rear) with Combined Braking System (CBS) as standard. Talking about the features, a basic analog instrument cluster has also been given in it. However, in this budget bike, you cannot even expect a digital instrument cluster regarding features.

Shine 100 Latest Launch
Talking about the latest launch of Shine 100 in Rajasthan, Yogesh Mathur, Director (Sales & Marketing), HMSI said, “Rajasthan is a special market for us, and we are happy with the growing demand for our bikes in Rajasthan. With Shine 100’s great performance, comfortable ride and affordable pricing, we aim to empower people with the freedom to move forward, explore new goals and follow their dreams.”

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