The Honda Shine Celebration Edition commands a premium of Rs 1,500 over the standard variant.
Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Honda has launched the Shine Celebration Edition, a special edition motorcycle based on the Honda Shine. The Celebration Edition has been launched to mark the sale of 1 crore units of the Shine in the Indian market.
The Honda Shine Celebration Edition has been priced at Rs 78,878 (Ex-showroom), which makes it Rs 1,500 more expensive than the standard Shine variant. For the added money, you get two new colour options – Matte Steel Black Metallic and Matte Sangria Red Metallic. In addition to these two new colours, you will also find golden stickers running along most of the length of the motorcycle, along with a new brown seat. If you are used to riding the regular Shine, you will definitely notice these additions, although the shape of the motorcycle remains the same as before.
Mechanically, there are no changes. The Shine Celebration Edition continues to use the 123.94cc engine from the regular Shine that makes 10.6bhp and 11Nm, and a five-speed transmission channels that drive to the rear wheel.