2012 Honda CB125E

The new 2012 Honda CB125E is priced competitively and offers value like no other Honda’s motorcycle products range. It is ideal for riders looking for a reliable, fuel efficient commuter machine with in city. Designed with renowned quality and durability, Honda introduces the brand new, fun and economical 125cc naked bike with a part of features as on sport type in same class Honda CBR125R. The CB125E is strong and dependable with easy handling making certain it is perfect for first time riders, combination of style and practicality ensure a fun and satisfying ride on most everyday activity. Take a look further information about detail specification and new features equipped on 2012 Honda CB125E.

2012 Honda CB125E

2012 Honda CB125E

2012 Honda CB125E Specification

Engine Type – Air-cooled, 4-stroke, single cylinder
Displacement – 124.1cc
Bore x Stroke – 56.5 x 49.5mm
Compression Ration – 9.0:1
Starter – Electric
Carburetor – 24mm Constant Velocity
Ignition – AC-CDI
Transmission – 5-speed
Drive – 428 Chain

Chassis and Dimension

Available Color – Red, White, Blue
Front Suspension – Telescopic fork with 118mm axle travel
Rear Suspension – Swingarm with 70mm axle travel
Brakes Front – Hydraulic single disk
Brakes Rear – Drum brake
Tyres Front – 80/100–18 inch
Tyres Rear – 90/90–18 inch
Dimensions – 2026mm x 765mm x 1094mm
Wheelbase – 1,286mm
Seat Height – 767mm
Ground Clearance – 145mm
Fuel Capacity – 14.0 liters (2.0 liter reserve)
Kerb Weight – 137kg

2012 Honda CB125E Features

Engine and Transmission – Fuel economy 124cc with air-cooled and single cylinder engine that ensures this bike is ideal for quick trips around town. Electric starter to make easy starting when ready go to fun and enjoying city or going to work. 5-speed transmission with 428 chain final drive.

Chassis and Suspension – With unique Honda heritage styling, it will look great around town. Front disc and rear drum brakes will offer confidence in braking at any speed. The low and comfortable seat creates a confident riding position for riders of all proportions.

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