Honda SP 125 BS6: Daily commuter with advanced features launched in Nepal

Honda SP 125 BS6. Photo: Honda Nepal
Honda SP 125 BS6. Photo: Honda Nepal

Honda Nepal has launched their new 125cc motorcycle, the Honda SP 125 BS6 in Nepal. Honda’s entry-level motorbikes like the Honda CB Shine, Honda CB Shine SP and the Honda CD 110 Dream are very popular in Nepal for their reliability and mileage. The CB Shine is still the favourite among many.

The SP 125, designed to meet the demands of this market, offers new features alongside BS6 emissions compliance. With jobs like ride-sharing, food delivery, and product delivery continuing to rise, there is a growing preference for lower CC bikes that offer adequate mileage and performance for city commuting. With its new features, the SP 125 has the potential to be the top choice for many as their first bike.

The motorbike will compete against the TVS Raider, Yamaha Saluto, Hero Super Splendor and Bajaj Pulsar 125.

Let us see what the motorcycle delivers in terms of specs

Specifications of Honda SP 125 BS6

Dimensions Length: 2,020mm
Height: 1,103mm
Width: 785mm
Kerb weight 116 kg
Ground clearance 160 mm
Wheelbase 1,285 mm
Fuel tank capacity 11.2 litres
Engine displacement 123.94 cc
Maximum power 8kW @ 7500 rpm
Maximum torque 10.9 Nm @6000 rpm
Stroke 4 stroke, SI engine
Compression ratio 10.0:1
Emission BS6
No. of gears 5
Tyres Front: 80/100-18 M/C 47P
Rear: 100/80-18 M/C 53P
Brakes Front: Disc 240 mm | Drum 130 mm
Rear: Drum 130 mm
Suspension Front: Telescopic
Rear: Hydraulic Type
Frame type Diamond type
Battery 12V, 4.0 Ah278
Colours Pearl Siren Blue | Black | Imperial Red Metallic | Matte Axis Gray Metallic | Matte Marvel Blue Metallic
Price Rs 278,900 (DRS)
Rs 288,900 (DDS)


The Honda SP 125 BS6 carries the beginning motorcycle design language like the other Honda bikes such as the Honda CB Shine. On the front, it has an LED DC headlamp. The headlamp is bright and has a sharp look. The indicators are halogen bulbs and also have a sharp look. The front mudguard also has a sharp look.

Honda SP 125 BS6 front. Photo: Honda Nepal
Photo: Honda Nepal

On the side, it has 5-spoked sporty split alloy wheels, giving the bike a more edgy look. The tank is muscular with new graphics. The tank has a slightly streamlined design for resting the legs while riding. The exhaust is the same as the CB Shine and gets a premium chrome muffler cover.

Honda SP 125 BS6 side. Photo: Honda Nepal
Photo: Honda Nepal

The rear of the SP 125 is also sporty with the T-shaped taillight and a sporty grab rail. The indicators are the same as the front with halogen.

Honda SP 125 BS6 rear. Photo: Honda Nepal
Photo: Honda Nepal

The instrument cluster on the SP 125 is fully digital. It displays speed, time, real-time mileage, average mileage, distance to empty, service due indicator, gear position indicator and eco indicator. It also has a side stand indicator with an engine cut-off feature.

Honda SP 125 BS6 digital instrument cluster. Photo: Honda Nepal
Photo: Honda Nepal


The Honda SP 125 BS6 is a compact yet powerful bike, with a 123.94cc engine with a maximum power output of 8kW at 7,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 10.9 Nm delivered at 6,000 rpm. It offers smooth acceleration and performance for its size. Its 4-stroke, SI engine ensures efficient combustion, while the compression ratio of 10.0:1 contributes to its performance on the road. It is equipped with a 5-speed gearbox.

The Honda SP 125 BS6 features a Combi-brake system (CBS) with an equalizer which reduces braking distance to ensure proper road safety. The two variants differ in the braking. The DRS variant features a 130mm drum brake on both the front and the back whereas the DDS variant features a 240mm front disc and the same rear drum of 130mm.

The bike’s suspension system, with telescopic front forks and hydraulic rear suspension, offers a comfortable and stable ride. The rear suspension also has 5-step adjustability for comfortable riding and customisation. It has tyres of size 80/100-18 M/C 47P in the front and 100/80-18 M/C 53P in the rear. The rear tyre being a bit wider helps in better grip and traction.

It is built on a sturdy diamond-type frame. Its BS6 emission compliance helps in environmental sustainability. It has a 12V, 4.0 Ah battery which handles the electricals.


The Honda SP 125 BS6 comes with features as below:

  • Silent Start with ACG
  • 125cc BS-VI Engine
  • eSP (Enhanced Smart Power)
  • Friction Reduction
  • Full Digital Meter
  • Side Stand Engine Cut-off
  • Wider Rear tyre
  • Bold Rear Stance with Tail Lamp
  • Dynamic Tank Design with Edgy Graphics
  • Premium Chrome Muffler Cover
  • Sharp LED DC Headlamp
  • Sporty Split Alloy Wheels
  • 5-Speed Transmission
  • 5-Step Adjustable Rear Suspension
  • CBS (Combined Braking System) with Equalizer
Honda SP 125 BS6. Photo: Honda Nepal
Photo: Honda Nepal

The Honda SP 125 BS6 is available in Pearl Siren Blue, Black, Imperial Red Metallic, Matte Axis Gray Metallic, and Matte Marvel Blue Metallic colour options.

Honda SP 125 BS6 colour options. Photo: Honda Nepal
Honda SP 125 BS6 colour options. Photo: Honda Nepal

The Honda SP 125 BS6 costs Rs 278,900 for the DRS variant and Rs 288,900 for the DDS variant in Nepal.

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