Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) will soon introduce limited edition models of the Activa and the CB Shine 125. RushLane has published the photographs of these upcoming, limited edition products.
The limited edition Honda Activa will feature dual-tone paint and limited edition graphics. The apron, headlamp surrounds and the grab rail will be in Matte Selene Silver Metallic paint, while the body will be in Pearl Amazing White colour. The apron, front fender and the sides of the scooter will carry unique graphics, while the seat and the inner cover will be in a contrasting colour. The engine has been painted black on the limited edition scooter while the muffler cover gets chrome plating.
The limited edition Honda Activa will be available in even a combination of Strontium Silver with Black. The Strontium Silver be the base paint, while the Black colour will be present on the apron, headlamp surrounds and the grab rail. The graphics on the front fender and the body also will have a Black finish.
Similarly, the limited edition Honda CB Shine 125 will be available in two colour options - Black with Imperial Red Metallic and Black with Spear Silver Metallic. The CB Shine 125 will have new graphic design for the visor, fuel tank, side cowl and the rear panel. The pillion grab rail, too, will be in a contrasting paint.
The limited edition Honda models will have no mechanical changes. The Honda Activa is powered by a 109.19 cc air-cooled engine that delivers 8 bhp at 7,500 rpm and 9 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. The Honda CB Shine 125 uses a 124.73 cc air-cooled motor that churns out 10.16 bhp at 7,500 rpm and 10.30 Nm at 5,500 rpm.
The limited edition Honda Activa 5G will be sold in Standard and Deluxe configurations and carry a marginal premium of INR 400 over the regular model’s INR 54,632* price tag. The limited edition CB Shine 125 will be INR 300 more expensive than the standard variant, which retails at INR 58,097*.
Meanwhile, the company is working on upgrading its complete product portfolio to comply with the BS-VI emission norms. In an interview, earlier this month, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, senior vice-president and operating head - Sales and Marketing, HMSI confirmed that the company would introduce new architectural platforms for a majority of its products.