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Honda Shine 100 Launched in india

The new Honda Shine 100 is now available in India for just Rs.64,900. (Ex-showroom, Mumbai, starting price). The updated Shine 100 is OBD-2 compliant and can use E20 fuel (petrol with 20 percent ethanol blending). The new bike will be the most affordable Honda model available in India.

Honda Shine 100 engine, underpinnings

An all-new 99.7cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces 7.6hp and 8.05Nm at 6,000rpm powers the Shine 100. These numbers are remarkably similar to those of the Hero’s rivals. Only the Shine 100 gets a completely redesigned diamond structure for this new engine. The Shine 100 should be an accessible bike to ride along with being able to handle our bad roads thanks to its short 1,245mm wheelbase, accessible 786mm seat height, and 168mm ground clearance.

According to Honda Motorcycles, the Shine 100’s engine has been optimized to provide “superior fuel efficiency” and is OBD-2 and E20 fuel compatible. It also has an auto-choke feature which ensures that the bike starts regardless of the outside temperature, and a fuel pump outside the fuel tank to make repairs easier. With its current starting price, the Honda Shine 100 is the cheapest self-start motorbike in the country.

The Shine 100 includes a halogen headlight, a side-stand inhibitor, and a combined brake system. It will be offered in five different color combinations, with a black base with stripes in red, blue, green, gold, and grey stripes.

Honda Shine 100: price, rivals

Most of the opposition in the segment for the Honda Shine 100 comes from its main rival, Hero MotoCorp. Hero has four products in this market segment, priced between Rs 54,962 and Rs 75,840: HF 100, HF Deluxe, Splendor+, and Splendor+ XTEC

Bajaj only has the Platina 100, which sells for Rs 67,475, as a competitor in this market. The Honda Shine 100 is smack in the middle of the pack in the 100cc market in India with a starting price of Rs 64,900. The Shine 100 comes with a three-year warranty from Honda, which can be extended for an additional three years if desired.

The basic 100cc bike segment accounts for a third of all two-wheeler sales in India, so the new Shine 100 will be a flagship product for the Japanese powerhouse. With the new Shine 100, Honda hopes to expand its current 3.5 percent market share in rural areas.

The new Shine 100 is taking reservations; production will begin next month. The first deliveries are expected to start in May 2023.

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