Yamaha Saluto VS Honda CB Shine Compare Review

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Yamaha Motorcycle
Yamaha Motor Company Limited is a motorcycle manufacturer of Japan. The motorcycle division of Yamaha was founded in 1955, and was headed by Genichi Kawakami. Yamaha's initial product was a 125cc two-cycle, single cylinder motorcycle, the YA-1, which was a copy of the German DKW RT125. The YA-1 was a competitive success at racing from the beginning, winning not only the 125cc class in the Mt. Fuji Ascent, but also sweeping the podium with first, second and third place in the All Japan Auto bike Endurance Road Race that same year.

Honda Motorcycle
In other side Honda it has been since started manufacturing motorcycle in 1955. At its peak in 1982, Honda manufactured almost three million motorcycles annually. By 2006 this figure had reduced to around 550,000 but was still higher than its three domestic competitors.

Yamaha Saluto VS Honda CB Shine
Yamaha and Honda motorcycles are increasingly becoming popular in the Bangladesh market day by day. And now  I want to tell you  about between two motorcycles of Yamaha and Honda. 1st is Yamaha Saluto and 2nd is Honda CB Shine motorcycle. Both of these two motorcycle comes with some exiting features and both of these to has gotten 125cc of powerful engine.

ENGINE
Engine is always protect a motorcycle. So engine is a very important part of any motorcycle.  Now I can tell you about Yamaha Saluto Motorcycles engine, type of engine of this motorcycle is air cooled, 4 stroke , SOHC and 2 valve.  In the other side Honda CB Shine motorcycles engine type is air cooled, 4 stroke and single cylinder. The Yamaha Saluta motorcycle has more engine part  that is 125cc engine, 110 km/h Top speed, 8.20 bhp @ 7000rpm max power, 10.10 nm @ 4500 rpm max torque. Ignition type of this motorcycles is CDI Ignition system. The Honda CB Shine also has gotten some powerful engine quality, Honda CB Shine motorcycle has 125cc of  strong engine, 10bhp @7500rpm Max Power, 11nm @ 5500rpm Max Torque, 100 km/h Top speed, air cooled cooling system, Digital CDI Ignition system, 20w50 oil grade and wet multi plate clutch.

MILEAGE
Yamaha Saluto and Honda CB Shine both of these two motorcycle comes with well long mileage. Tha Yamaha Saluto motorcycle allowed to go for 78 km per liter and the Honda CB Shine motorcycle is also allowed to go for long 65 km per liter. These two motorcycles has gotten enough mileage for you.

GEAR
Yamaha Saluto and Honda CB Shine both of these two motorcycle comes with strong and very useful   4 number  of Gears.  You can change the gear 4 times in these two motorcycle.

BODY
Yamaha Saluto and Honda CB Shine both of these two motorcycle has medium type of body. The Yamaha Saluto motorcycles body dimension is Length 2035, Width 700 and Height 1080.. kerb weight of this motorcycle is 112 KG and Fuel Tank capacity is 7.6 liter. And the other side Honda CB Shine motorcycles body dimension has gotten Length 2014, Width 762 and  Height 1071. Kerb Weight of this bike 121 KG and Fuel Tank Capacity is 11 Liter.

BRAKES and TYRES
The Yamaha Saluto comes with strong Front and Rear both Drum Brake. And Tyre size of this motorcycle is Front 80/100 – 18 47 p Tubeless tyre and Rear  80/100 – 18 54 p Tubeless tyre. In the other side  Honda CB Shine motorcycle comes with strong and useful  Front Disc and Rear Drum Breaks. And tyre size of this motorcycle is length  80.100 -18 47p Front and 80.100 – 18 54p Rear tyre.



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