The Honda SP125 has made a comeback in an upgraded avatar. The motorcycle carries the updated powertrain with OBD II technology but asks for a bit more over the cost of the predecessor model. The SP125 is available with a front drum brake and a disc option. Prices stand at Rs 85,131 for the drum brake with alloy wheels and Rs 89,131 for the front disc brake with alloys. All prices are ex-showroom. In addition, the 2023 Honda SP125 also complies with the latest BS6 Phase II or RDE norms for real-time emission tracking. The latest 125cc bike locks horns with the likes of the Hero Glamour, Hero Super Splendor, the Honda Shine, the Bajaj Pulsar NS125, and the TVS Raider.
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2023 Honda SP125: Engine details
The 2023 Honda SP125 is powered by a 125cc PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection) engine that is supported by Enhanced Smart Power (eSP). Apart from eSP technology, Honda's engine gets a silent starter generator for a silent starting procedure. All this helps maximise fuel efficiency and reduce friction. The updated 125cc PGM-FI engine develops 107.2bhp of maximum power at 7,500rpm and 10.9Nm of peak torque at 6,000rpm. It is mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
2023 Honda SP125: Styling & Features, Colours
In terms of styling, the updated Honda SP 125 appears modern and premium. This bike gets updated graphics and an LED headlamp in the front. Furthermore, it features body-coloured headlight cowl, fuel tank shrouds, body-coloured front fender, a side-slung exhaust, and a body-coloured pillion grabrail.
Other elements include an engine start/stop switch, a combined braking system, a piston cooling jet, a side stand cut-off, and a digital instrument cluster that displays fuel efficiency details, an ECO indicator, a gear position indicator, and more.
Not just this, the Japanese manufacturer is now offering the new Honda SP125 with five colour options - Black, Matte Axis Grey Metallic, Imperial Red Metallic, Pearl Siren Blue, and an all-new Matte Marvel Blue Metallic.
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2023 Honda SP125: Hardware details
The latest Honda SP125 uses alloy wheels and tubeless tyres. In terms of suspension, the latest motorcycle gets telescopic forks in the front and hydraulic shockers at the back with 5-step adjustability. It now comes with a wider rear tyre than its predecessor, now measuring 100/10. Braking duties are performed by a 240mm disc or a 130 mm drum in the front. While there is a 130mm drum brake at the back.
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