- Engine: 109 Cc
- Mileage: 66 Kmpl
- Power: 8
- Weight: 103 Kg
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Honda Activa-i Overview
All of us have known the Honda Activa since the beginning. Of course, it has been one the most noticeable and most-sold scooters in India. However, we’re talking about something different today; it’s the Honda Activa i. Activa i is the most affordable model in the Activa lineup. It uses minimalistic fairing across its body, and cuts down on weight and cost with its dual-tone styling. It is actually a new variant of Activa.
Honda Activa-i Engine & Transmission
The Activa i uses a 109.2 cc engine that produces a maximum of 8 bhp at 7500 rpm and 8.74 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to v-Matic automatic transmission, and comes with self-start and kick-start option. This engine also features Honda Eco Technology, which helps in increasing lubrication within the engine and enhances fuel efficiency.
Honda Activa-i Mileage
The company claims a mileage of 60 kmpl, so one can expect about 50 kmpl in the city. The Honda Activa i is available in the following colours: Alpha Red Metallic, Purple Metallic, Pearl Sunbeam White and Beige Metallic. Other basic features include handy storage spaces, a pillion footrest and a catchy analogue speedometer.
Honda Activa-i Performance and Handling
The top speed of 83 kmph is justified for a price tag of Rs. 53,000 (On-road Price, New Delhi). The suspension has been specially designed keeping in mind the Indian road conditions, so comfort should be the last thing to complain about. The 130 mm front and rear drum brakes with a Combi braking system should give a fair amount of stopping power.