Last updated on – 5 Oct, 2017

All New TVS Victor VS Honda CB Shine

Today, TVS takes again its whole new avatar of Victor with fresh features and technology updates. The company has worked upon its design effectively. The Large clear lens headlight styling has been done keeping in the mind the desires of the today’s customers. Besides, one of the closest rivals that would give a tough competition to the newly introduced Victor is the Honda CB Shine. The Honda CB Shine is one of the best trustworthy commuter motorcycles in its category that rewards you with its stunning style and excellent fuel economy.

Compare TVS Victor vs Honda CB Shine

Updated Features

Features TVS Victor Honda CB Shine
Tubeless Tyers Yes Yes
Automatic Headlamp Yes Yes
Engine BSIV Yes Yes
Mileage 76 KMPL 65 KMPL
Price Rs.52450 Rs.55858
Dash Board Digital Analog Analog


Design and Style:

Talking about the design and style, the modern headlamp of the All New TVS Victor gives it an impressive look. The exhaust of the bike is not only stylish but also gives you a superior and refined ride feel at the drive time. The sharp curves of the fuel tank make it more aggressive and the star-shaped tail lamp looks nice and gives a sporty feel of the motorcycle.

Design and Style: All New TVS Victor VS Honda CB Shine

On the other side, the livery of CB Shine comprises a combination of two colors to enchant customers. Moreover, it has got a 3D emblem carved on the fuel tank, badged in bold letters giving a nice look to the bike.

Riding And Handling:

When it comes to handling and riding, the Victor is having a single unit seat and a compact handlebar, which gives a comfortable ride to the rider. The long seat endows a large room to both the rider and the pillion sitter. Compact handlebars offer an excellent handling quality.

Riding And Handling: All New TVS Victor VS Honda CB Shine

For extra compatibility,  the bike adds a series of spring suspension for every type of terrain. Whereas, the CB Shine is having a different fuel tank structure as compared to its competitor. A single couch with a wide handlebar gives an upright riding posture to the rider, making him comfortable for long rides. On comparing both, CB Shine scores a bit more than the Victor.

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Instrument Panel:

The Victor is loaded with a fully digital-analog instrument cluster, which holds a number of details and also gives a decent look to the bike. It carries information about the fuel meter, odometer, twin trip meters, clock, tachometer and speedometer alongside the engine kill switch.

Instrument Panel: All New TVS Victor VS Honda CB Shine

Whereas the CB Shine displays the odometer, fuel gauge, digital clock, trip meter and gear shift indicator. The newly designed tail light makes it stand out in the crowd.

Engine and Power:

The All-New TVS Victor is incorporated with an air cooled, single cylinder and 109.7cc single cylinder with ECO thrust technology engine, which delivers 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.

Engine and Power: All New TVS Victor VS Honda CB Shine

On the other side, the Honda CB Shine is powered by an air-cooled, 4 stroke, SI and 124.7cc engine, which churns out a maximum power of 10.16 BHP at 7500 RPM and a peak torque of 10.30 NM at 5500 RPM. Both the bikes give a dynamic performance and class-leading mileage.

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Safety Features:

In terms of safety features, both motorcycles 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.

Safety Features: All New TVS Victor VS Honda CB Shine

The All-New TVS Victor gets Telescopic oil dumped at front suspension and rear is 5 Step adjustable hydraulic series spring suspension. Whereas the CB Shine is equipped with a telescopic front suspension and spring loaded hydraulic type suspension at the rear side.

Price, Color, and Mileage:

There are two variants for the Victor. One is with the Disc brake system at a price of Rs. 54,450and other is the Drum Brake variant with a price at Rs. 52,450enchanting color options available for the bike are- Blissful blue, Generous gray, Beatific black silver, Serene Silver, Restful red and Balanced black red. It gives the 76 KMPL mileage on the road.

Price, Color and Mileage: All New TVS Victor VS Honda CB Shine

The Honda CB Shine is available in three variants namely- CB Shine Self Drum 55,559, CB Shine Self Disc 58,158 and CB Shine Self Disc CBS 61,047 (All Ex-Showroom Delhi). Available colors are- Black, Sunset Brown Metallic, Geny grey metallic, Rebal red,  Pearl Amazing white and Athletic Blue Metallic. It gives the 60KMPL mileage on the road.

100cc to 150cc standard bikes