Honda launches motorcycle BS-VI SP125, starts at Rs 72,900
NEW DELHI: On Thursday, two-wheeled Honda became the first motorcycle manufacturer in the country to launch scooters and motorcycles that comply with BS-VI.
Honda launched the new 125 cc SP125, starting at Rs 72,900 (ex-exhibition, Delhi). Available in disc and drum variants, the SP125 will reach the dealer network at the end of November 2019.
The design language is aggressive, with sharp features in the body with a series of first segment features.
The SP 125 gets a fully digital meter that keeps the pilot updated with all the information on the fly. The meter shows details such as fuel efficiency, ECO indicator, gear position, pending service indicator and other information such as travel, clock, on-board diagnostic light.
The Honda SP 125 gets a 125 cc PGM-FI HET (Honda Eco Technology) engine compatible with Bharat Stage VI, powered by Enhanced Smart Power (eSP). The SP125 will deliver 16% more mileage on most 125cc motorcycles, the company says.
The SP 125 BS-VI is equipped with HET tire (low rolling resistance tire). Developed with a new tire compound technology, it reduces energy loss while maintaining optimal grip.
In early June, Honda introduced the Activa equipped with a BS-VI engine, which starts at Rs 67,490 (ex-showroom, Delhi).