Honda to launch limited edition Activa and CB Shine 125

Team Udayavani, May 27, 2019, 3:09 PM IST

Honda is likely to launch limited-edition versions of its best-selling Activa and CB Shine 125 models. Both the limited-edition Honda models will get two dual-tone colour schemes and limited edition graphics. Honda offers the Limited Edition Activa at a price hike of just Rs.400 and the CB Shine 125 at a reasonable hike of Rs.300 over the regular models.

The dual-colour tones for the Honda Activa and Limited Edition include strontium silver with black colour combo and pearl amazing white with gold scheme. The white gold colour scheme model will also get a brown finish on the seat and inside of the apron. The other features that are to be provided on the special-edition Activa include a ‘Limited Edition’ decal along with the side body panels, a pinstripe under the front mudguard and the blacked-out wheels.

Likewise, the Limited Edition Honda CB Shine 125 will also be available in two colour schemes – black with imperial red metallic and black with metallic silver. The changes include a dual-tone fuel tank along with a new graphic design for the visor, headlight, side and rear panels.

Mechanically, both the limited-edition versions continue to remain the same. The price (ex-showroom, Delhi) details of the Special-edition Activa and CB Shine 125 are as follows.

Limited Edition Activa STD – Rs.55,032;

Limited Edition Activa DLX – Rs.56,897;

Limited Edition CB Shine 125 Drum – Rs.59,083;

Limited Edition CB Shine 125 Disc – Rs.63,743

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