Honda Activa Review

Honda launched Honda Activa in India and this family two-wheeler was the first scooter to be launched in the country. Following its launch the vehicle gained a great deal of popularity and recorded high sales. Now the vehicle has undergone some new styling changes with a curvy as well as aerodynamic styling.

Honda Activa

Honda Activa Specification

The Honda Activa review reflects that the vehicle comes with 109cc, 4-stroke engine and this can deliver power of 8 bhp at 7500 rpm along with peak torque of 9 Nm at 5500 rpm. The build quality of the vehicle is excellent and it is completely reliable. The tyres come with double layered tubes and have fluid between them. This ensures that air leakage is avoided in the event of puncture.

The Honda Activa bike has automatic gears and the deluxe model of the bike has combined brake system. The engagement of front as well as rear brakes is balanced through the Honda CBS safety system. The vehicle has auto as well as kick start mechanism.

The length of the bike is 1761mm and its width is 710mm while its height is 1147mm. The weight of the bike is 110 kgs and it has ground clearance of 145mm. The fuel tank capacity of the bike is 5.30 litres and it has wheelbase of 1238mm.

Honda Activa Mileage

The vehicle can deliver mileage of 40 to 50 km/litre.

Honda Activa Features

The vehicle has multi-reflector head lamp and comes with an independent lift-up engine cover. The vehicle has space between the seat and this can easily hold a helmet. The multi-reflector headlamp helps in making night driving easy and a pleasurable experience.

Honda Activa Price and design variations

The price of the vehicle is Rs 45,500 and vehicle is available in two design variations which include Honda Activa and Honda Activa Deluxe.

Honda Activa Colors

The vehicle is available in several different colors and these include candy lucid grey, geny grey metallic, force silver metallic, black, pearl sunbeam white and wild purple metallic.

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Tim Webbar on July 28th 2010 in Bike Reviews, Honda

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