Honda Livo was launched in July in the year 2015. It was an entry-level commuter of premium quality. It has an engine capacity of 110 cc with a self/kick start mechanism. It generates a maximum power of 8.67 bhp @ 7500 rpm. It has an exciting mileage of 74 km/l. The fuel capacity of Livo is 9 l. It is available in four attractive colours- Athletic Blue Metallic, Imperial Red Metallic, Black, and Matte Axis Grey Metallic. It is in compliance with the Emission Standard BS-VI with a 4-speed transmission. Honda Livo is regarded as the spiritual successor of CB Twister. The Honda Intelligent Ignition Control System is incorporated in Honda for good performance. It is the only bike that offers HIICS in this segment.
Honda Livo has a youthful appearance, smart body panels, and bikini fairing. The kerb weight of the Honda Livo is 115 kg. The length, width, and height of the bike are 2020 mm, 751 mm, and 1116 mm respectively. It has alloy wheels that have a dimension of 1278 mm. Its seat height measures 1790 mm and the ground clearance is 163 mm. It has a diamond chassis with a telescopic fork frontal suspension. The rear suspension is hydraulic. The bike has tubeless tyres and a halogen bulb headlight/taillight. It has a wet multi-plate clutch and four gears.
The standard features for the HondaS Livo are Digital Tripmeter, Tachometer, Analogue Odometer, Analogue Speedometer, Fuel Warning Indicator, Gear Indicator, Low Oil Indicator, Fuel Gauge, Low Battery Indicator, Air-cooling System, Pillion Pillion Guardrail, Clock, Engine Kill Switch, Pass Light and Tripmeter Count. The key features are 5 Step Adjustable Suspension, Strong Rear Appearance, Digital Analog Meter, Seal Chain, CBS, eSP Technology and Silent Start with ACG.
Honda Livo is a well-developed and designed regular commuting bike. It has good handling capacity. The seats are long which gives a comfortable ride. Its disc brake is perfect for bumpers and also comfortably tackles the roads with potholes. It starts making vibrations and noise, once it crosses the 65 kmph mark that hampers the smoothness in long roads and highways. The seat offers a comfortable journey along with a comfortable grip. It has a sharp taillight, exhaust muzzle, and a narrow tail. The bike has sporty allow wheels.
For safety, Livo has a combi brake system and service due indicator. At the front and rear, it has telescopic forks and mono-shock absorbers respectively. Livo has Honda-Eco Technology reduces the friction of the engine’s moving parts.
The ex-showroom price of Honda Liva is Rs 70,056. The two variants are Honda Livo Drum BS6 and Honda Liva Disc BS6. The ex-showroom price of Livo Drum and Livo Disc is Rs 70,056 and Rs 74,256 respectively.
The ex-showroom price of Honda Liva in different cities is:
New Delhi Rs.70,056