Highlights of the Honda SP160 India Launch: Variants, features, pricing, and more 

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has introduced the new SP160 in our market, with prices beginning at Rs. 1,17,500. We previously presented you with all of the colour options for this motorcycle, as well as a full image gallery. Here are the top five highlights from Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India’s India launch of this new commuter vehicle.What are the new Honda SP160’s styling cues?The new Honda SP160 has modern stylistic cues such as a crisp headlight design, a body-coloured headlight cowl, fuel tank shrouds for a muscular appearance, a step-up saddle, and a side-slung exhaust.Matte Marvel Blue Metallic, Matte Axis Grey Metallic, Matte Dark Blue Metallic, Pearl Spartan Red, Pearl Igneous Black, and Pearl Deep Ground Grey are the six colour possibilities for this premium commuter motorcycle. These paint variations are complemented by graphics on the fuel tank and rear panel.What distinguishes the new Honda SP160?The new SP160 has an LED headlamp, an LED taillight, bulb-type indicators, a fully digital instrument cluster, an engine stop switch and a warning switch among its features. The speedometer, odometer, trip metre, side stand indicator, gear position indicator, fuel level readout, clock and average fuel usage are all displayed on the fully digital console. The electronic rider aids are then confined to single-channel ABS and a speed limiter.What are the new Honda SP160’s mechanical specifications?The new SP160’s mechanical characteristics include the same 162.71cc, single-cylinder motor as the Unicorn 160. This engine, when coupled with a five-speed gearbox, produces 13.2bhp and 14.59Nm of torque. Notably, this engine meets OBD-2 standards and E20 fuel requirements.What hardware is used in the new Honda SP160?To manage shock absorption, the new SP160 has telescopic front forks and a rear monoshock. On the standard model, the braking system consists of a 276mm front disc and a 130mm rear drum. Furthermore, the deluxe version includes a 220mm rear disc. Notably, both models employ a single-channel ABS system.How much does the new Honda SP160 cost?The single-disc model costs Rs. 1,17,500, while the double-disc model costs Rs. 1,21,900 (both ex-showroom, Delhi). Notably, both variants come with a three-year guarantee as standard, with an optional seven-year extension available. Bookings for this motorbike have begun in India.

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