One of the most popular brands in the country, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. launched the limited editions of the scooter Activa 5G and the commuter motorcycle CB Shine. The Limited Edition Activa 5G is priced at INR 55,032 ex-showroom, Delhi and the Limited Edition CB Shine is priced at INR 59,083 ex-showroom, Delhi.
The Activa 5G comes in two new dual tone colour options namely
- Pearl Precious White with Matte Selene Silver
- Strontium Black with Pearl Igneous Black
The CB Shine also comes in two dual tone colour options which are
- Black with Imperial Red Metallic
- Black with Spear Silver Metallic
Apart from the colours the bikes also get styling features and body graphics.
Activa 5G Limited Edition
The Activa 5G gets limited edition features like painted front centre cover, headlight cowling and pillion grab rail, black rims, chrome muffler cover and completely blacked out engine and seats in contrasting colours.
The scooter is powered by the same 109.19cc Air/Fan-cooled, 4-stroke, spark ignition engine that produces 8 BHP of power @ 7500 RPM and 9 Nm of torque @ 5500 RPM mated to a conventional Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with a centrifugal expanding shoe type clutch.
CB Shine Limited Edition
The CB Shine in the limited edition features new graphic designs, dual tone fuel tank with decals, modern side cowl, rear panel and a dynamic coloured theme pillion grab rail.
The commuter motorcycle is powered by a 124.73cc air-cooled, 4-stroke spark ignition engine that produces 10.16 BHP of power @ 7500 RPM and 10.30 Nm of torque @ 5500 RPM mated to a 4-speed transmission.
The Limited Edition Activa 5G is INR 400 more expensive than the standard Activa 5G which starts from INR 54,632 ex-showroom, Delhi. The Limited Edition CB Shine is INR 986 more expensive than the standard model which starts at INR 58,097 ex-showroom, Delhi. The limited edition bikes will help boost sales and clear the existing stock which is BSIV emission compliant to make space for the BSVI standard two wheelers which are expected to roll out soon.