Honda CB Shine is the latest entrant in the popular executive commuter segment. There are a wide range of bikes available for this segment and the competition is pretty intense. It’ll be interesting to see if CB Shine has something that makes it hold an edge over the competition.
Honda CB Shine has a pretty simple and uncomplicated design. It looks elegant and has a few modern details along with a chrome Honda emblem. The well-designed seat shape and comfortable seat height makes it ideal for long hours of usage.
Let’s see where Honda CB Shine stands when it comes to the most important aspect of the executive commuter segment. This bike promises a mileage of 65 kmpl which is decent enough for its purpose. However, there are way better options in terms of better mileage in Hero Glamour FI, Hero Super Splendor and Yamaha SS 125.
Performance and Handling
Honda CB Shine features the tried and tested Optimax engine with minor tweaks here and there. The lightweight diamond frame makes handling easy while providing a robust support to the bike. The spring loaded hydraulic suspension can absorb most bumps without making it difficult for the rider. This bike also has tubeless tires for added safety.
Honda CB Shine has been one of the most popular bikes in its class. There are better options when it comes to mileage, but CB Shine is known for delivering a more all-round performance.