TVS has come up with a new avatar of its victor with some additional features and technology updates. While its closest rival Honda's Honda CB Shine upgraded with new stunning style and better fuel economy. Both the bikes have been designed with the styling element like AHO and BS4. The both companies have worked upon design and looks to make it look stunning according to the desires of modern customers. There is a slight difference between the price of these bikes. Here is Comparison of TVS Victor and Honda CB Shine based on design, comfortability, Price and color.
Comparison Between TVS Victor and Honda CB Shine
Design and Style
Talking about the design the TVS vicor's Headlamps gives it an impressive look. The Stylish Stub Silencer gives you a superior and refined ride feel. The sharp curves of the fuel tank design make it more aggressive and gives a sporty feel of the motorcycle. The motorcycle is having a Digital Speedometer.
On the other side, The new CB Shine now has new styling elements such as the chrome cover for the muffler, as well as for the carburetor. ‘Automatic Headlamp On’ (AHO) and HET with Bharat Stage IV norms are also followed to keep you ahead of the rest.
Riding And Handling
Talking about the handling and riding, the Victor is having a solitary unit seat and a compact handlebar, which gives an comfortable ride to the rider. The long seat invests a huge space to both the rider and the pillion sitter. Smaller handlebars offer a magnificent taking care of value.
For additional similarity, the bicycle includes a progression of spring suspension for each sort of landscape. While, the CB Shine is having an alternate fuel tank structure when contrasted with its rival. A solitary seat with a wide handlebar gives an upright riding stance to the rider, making him agreeable for long rides. On looking at both, CB Shine scores more than the Victor.
Engine and Power
The All-New TVS Victor is equiped with an air cooled and 109.7cc single cylinder with ECO thrust technology engine, which said to emerge a maximum power of 9.6 BHP at 7500 RPM and torque of 9.4 NM at 6000 RPM. The engine is mated to 4-speed constant mesh gear-box.
On the other hand, the Honda CB Shine is powered by an air-cooled, 4 stroke, SI and 124.7cc engine, which throws out a maximum power of 10.16 BHP at 7500 RPM and a torque of 10.30 NM at 5500 RPM. Both Shine and Victor gives a dynamic performance and class-leading mileage.
While we talk about safety features, both bikes are incorporated with standard safety features such as brakes, suspension, headlight and tail light. While talking about braking duties of both motorcycles are managed by the disc brake at the front side and drum brakes at a rear side.
Price, Color, and Mileage
The TVS Victor is coming in two variants, One is with the Disc brake system available at a price of INR 54,450 and another is with Drum Brake available at a price at INR 52,450. The TVS victor has several color options available as Blissful blue, Generous gray, Beatific black silver, Serene Silver, Restful red and Balanced black red. The bike provide a mileage of 76 KMPL on the road.
Whereas, Honda CB Shine is available in three variants as CB Shine Self Drum at a price of INR 55,559; CB Shine Self Disc at a price of INR 58,158 and CB Shine Self Disc CBS available at a price of INR 61,047 (All Ex-Showroom Delhi). The color variant of CB Shine are as follows: Black, Sunset Brown Metallic, Geny grey metallic, Rebal red, Pearl Amazing white and Athletic Blue Metallic. It gives the 60 KMPL mileage on the road.