Honda launched the BS6 Compliant Livo bike. The BS6 Honda Livo has been launched in two variants (Drum and Disc). The updated bike starts at Rs 69,422. The price of BS6 Livo has increased by more than 10 rupees as compared to the BS4 model. Upgraded engines have been given to the 2020 Honda Livo. The styling of the bike has also been introduced with new features along with slight changes.
What changes in design?
Honda has made minor changes to the design of the BS6 Livo. It has a fresh look compared to the older model. It gets a new headlamp cowl, a redesigned fuel tank, and new tank shrouds. The fuel tank of the new bike is quite bold compared to the old model. It also has a new semi-digital instrument cluster, which looks much better than the BS4 model.
The new Honda Livo has a BS6 Compliant 110cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. It has Honda’s Enhanced Smart Power (ESP), Honda Eco Technology (HET), and ACG Silent Start Technology. The same engine is also given to the company’s CD110 bike, in which it generates 8.8PS power and 9.3Nm torque.
Talking about features, the new Honda Livo gets a new DC headlamp with brighter beam, engine start-stop switch, pass switch, service due indicator, engine kill switch, side stand cut-off and new comfortable seat.
Braking and suspension
The drum variant of the new Honda Livo will get 130mm drum brakes on both sides, while the disc variant has a 190mm disc brake at the front. Speaking of suspensions, the bike’s front telescopic forks and rear-shock absorber suspension are given at the rear.
The updated Honda Livo will compete in the market with bikes such as Hero Splendor Smart, TVS Sport, Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear, and Honda’s CD 110 Dream. The new Livo bike in Honda’s lineup will be in the range above the CD 110 Dream.
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