Honda SP125 launched at Rs 85,131; now OBD-2 compliant

    The updated Honda SP125 is available in two variants – Disc and drum.

    Published On Mar 31, 2023 03:28:00 PM

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    Honda SP125 launched at Rs 85,131; now OBD-2 compliant
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    The 2023 Honda SP125 has been launched in India at a starting price of Rs 85,131 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The bike is now OBD-2 compliant in keeping with the mandate that comes into effect from April 1 onwards.

    1. New 100mm wide rear tyre
    2. Full-digital display with real-time fuel economy indicator
    3. Prices have increased by Rs 1,000 approximately

    2023 Honda SP125 details

    The Honda SP125 is powered by a 10.8hp, 10.9Nm, 123.94cc, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine that's paired to a five-speed gearbox.

    There are no changes to the bodywork, however, there’s a new Mat Marvel Blue Metallic colour on offer. Under the bodywork is the same, diamond frame as before, suspended by a telescopic fork and twin, preload-adjustable rear shock absorbers. The big change is the introduction of a wider, 100mm rear tyre that should improve grip and cornering abilities to some extent.

    In terms of features, the SP125 has an LED headlight and a digital instrument cluster that displays real-time fuel consumption data.

    2023 Honda SP125: prices

    The SP125 is available in drum and disc variants, which is priced at Rs 85,131 and Rs 89,131, respectively. This makes the 2023 SP125 around Rs 1,000 more expensive than the previous bike.

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