The Indian two-wheeler market is abuzz with the introduction of the Honda SP 125, a motorcycle set to redefine expectations in the 125cc category. This bike is poised to replace the TVS Raider and comes equipped with a powerful engine as a standard feature, marking a significant upgrade in this segment.

The Honda SP 125 is powered by a 124cc engine. The mileage of 65 kmpl is particularly impressive. The bike features a 5-speed manual transmission. The kerb weight of 116 kg contributes to its agility and ease of handling.

With a fuel tank capacity of 11.2 litres. The seat height of 790 mm caters to a wide range of riders.

The Honda SP 125 is competitively priced, with the SP 125 Drum variant starting at Rs. 86,751. The SP 125 Disc and SP 125 Sports Edition are priced slightly higher at Rs. 90,751 and Rs. 91,299, respectively.

Could be Better

While the SP 125 has many strengths, there are areas where it could improve. The disc brake variant is notably more expensive. Additionally, the bike misses out on some modern features that are becoming standard in this segment.

Good Things

  1. Engine Refinement: The 125cc engine is remarkably refined.
  2. Fuel Efficiency: One of the bike’s standout features is its excellent fuel efficiency.
  3. Comfortable Ride: The SP 125 offers a comfortable riding experience.

Sonu Roy is originally a resident of Samastipur district of Bihar, has been working as a writer in digital journalism for the last 4 years. In his career of 4 years, he has good experience from politics, automobile, motivation, sports to technology field.