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56,980 – 59,470 *
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Key features
  • Engine: 109.19 Cc
  • Mileage: 74 Kmpl
  • Power: 8.31 bhp
  • Weight: 111 Kg
Honda Livo Price in India
 

Honda Livo Price in India

  • Pros

    • Stylish Commuter
    • Fuel Efficient
  • Cons

    • Skinny Tyres
 

Honda Livo Overview

Honda Livo has been the bestselling 110 cc commuter motorcycle in the Indian market from the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer. The brand has now updated the Livo along with the Dream Yuga and CB Shine. The bike now comes with the more stylish approach that is expected to draw the attention of more buyers. While the basic silhouette of the 2018 Honda Livo is same, the bike comes wearing a couple of subtle updates in order to become much more attractive.

The 2018 Honda Livo gets a large headlamp, while the instrument cluster gets analogue and digital combo display. The fuel tank appears same as before, but the sporty body decals add more style to the bike. It is available in five different colour options which are - Black, Athletic Blue Metallic, Sunset Brown Metallic, Matte Axis Grey Metallic and Imperial Red Metallic.Honda Livo Overview

The seat comes offering the rider and the pillion rider comfortable journey experience, while the prominent grab rail at the back ensures a comfortable grip. There is a narrow tail section, a sharp taillight and a black exhaust muzzle. The bike runs on sporty alloy wheels wrapped with meaty rubbers. Priced at Rs. 56,230 (ex-showroom, New Delhi), the 2018 Honda Livo comes as a very attractive package meant for regular commuting.

Honda Livo Engine & Transmission

The power source for the 2018 Honda Livo is a 109.19 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine paired with a 4-speed transmission. The engine is well capable of churning out 8.20 bhp of peak power at 7,500 rpm and 8.60 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm.Honda Livo Engine & TransmissionThe new Honda Livo gets powered by the engine of the older Honda 110 bike models, thus features a 109.19 cc motor that has the ability to generate a max power of 8.2 BHP at 7500 rpm and 8.63 NM of peak torque at 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. 

Honda Livo Braking & Safety

The Honda Livo is available in both drum only and front disc brake options. For suspension duty, it gets telescopic front forks ands monoshock absorber at the rear.

Honda Livo Competitors

The Honda Livo competes with rivals like Hero Passion Pro i3S, Hero Splendor iSmart 110, TVS Victor etc.

Honda Livo Mileage

Honda claims that the Livo has better mileage compared to 86% of the other commuter motorcycles in the Indian market. Honda Livo MileageThe bike comes with an ARAI certified mileage of 63 kmpl.

Honda Livo Performance and Handling

In terms of performance, the Honda Livo has been designed and developed to perform the regular commuting duty and the bike is well capable of catering that purpose.Honda Livo Performance and Handling It also comes with good handling capacity. This bike can run at a top speed of 86 kmph.

Honda Livo What we think

Honda Livo certainly comes as one of the most attractive 110 cc commuter motorcycles in the Indian market. Thanks for the refreshing latest updates and competitive pricing, the bike will be able to draw the attention of more buyers.

Users Reviews

Honda Livo Users Reviews (118 reviews)

Wrong bike
Overall rating: 1.00 Reviewed By: Shiv(Guest) on 24 Jan 2019
Before buying this bike, consult any evaluator and ask for resale value. Take the opinions of users. Have a long test ride. Don't rely on positive online reviews. Be practical.... ... Read full review »
Service centre Rithala is not properly service and misguided to coustmer no complete solution for your conselt team no solution
Overall rating: 1.00 Reviewed By: RAJKUMAR(Guest) on 05 Jan 2019
Please not call to coustmer care consent team is not properly working and misguided to coustmer has been go-to service centre Rithala i am not working properly your complete not received my phone not pick up phone ... Read full review »
One Month Old Bike- I'm Ready to sell
Overall rating: 2.50 Reviewed By: Shankar(Guest) on 15 Dec 2018
I have 1 month old LIVO bike. It has manufacturing defect. Pros: Sporty Look, Cons: Gear box issue and low quality. Check auto.ndtv.com, autoportal.com etc.web sites for customer reviews of other issues. Price: 65,000 fixed, Hyderabad, Test Ride Offered ... Read full review »
One Month Old Bike- I'm Ready to sell
Overall rating: 2.50 Reviewed By: Shankar(Guest) on 15 Dec 2018
I have 1 month old LIVO bike. It has manufacturing defect. Pros: Sporty Look, Cons: Gear box issue and low quality. Check auto.ndtv.com, autoportal.com, consumercomplaints.com etc.web sites for customer reviews of other issues. Price: 65,000 fixed, Hyderabad, Test Ride Offered ... Read full review »

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Honda Livo FAQs

1. What is the price of Honda Livo in India?

The Honda Livo is priced at Rs. 56,980 ex-showroom while the Honda Livo Disc Brake costs Rs. 59,470 ex-showroom. You need to contact the nearest dealer in your city or town to get the on-road price, which varies.

2. What are the brake specifications?

The Livo is available with just drum brakes or with front disc brakes. It also has telescopic forks in the front and a monoshock absorber in the rear to ensure you can handle the bike safely on bumpy terrains.

3. How much mileage does the Honda Livo give?

The Honda Livo claims to give 68% better mileage than its competitors in the same segment. It gives a mileage of 63 kmpl that has been certified by the ARAI.

4. What are some of the features of the Honda Livo?

The brand new Honda Livo comes with a big headlamp, analogue instrument clusters and a digital display on the meter. The fuel tank has not changed much but the looks have become more sporty and stylish adding that oomph factor to it. It comes in five attractive colours, namely Black, Metallic Blue, Sunset Metallic Brown, Matte Axis Grey Metallic and Imperial Red Metallic.

5. How about the performance of Honda Livo?

The Honda Livo is capable of high performance as it has been designed to give the ultimate performance on roads. The bike can handle itself extremely well even at the top speed of 86 kmph.

6. What are the engine and transmission specifications of the Livo?

The main power source in the Honda Livo comes from the 109.19 cc single cylinder engine, which is air-cooled. It is mated with a four-speed transmission. The rider will not feel the heat even in the hotter months and while travelling at high speeds. The engine can deliver 8.20 bhp at a peak power of 7500 rpm and 8.60 Nm at a peak torque of 5500 rpm.

7. What are the market reviews for the Livo?

Honda Livo is definitely the most attractive bike in the 110 cc category and is easy for bikers. It has been judged as the best commuter vehicle. The latest updates to the model are very refreshing and the pricing is extremely competitive. This will definitely draw the attention of bike lovers and buyers.

8. What are some of the unique features of Honda Livo?

The Livo has a large headlamp in the centre. It has a combined analogue and digital instrument display. While the fuel tank has the same size and appearance as the earlier models, it is the body decals that give Honda Livo its stylish and sporty appearance.

9. Who does the Honda Livo compete within India?

The competitors of Honda Livo are Hero Passion Pro i3s, Hero Splendor iSmart 110 and the TVS Victor.

10. What are the pros and cons of the Livo?

The pros are that it is a stylish commuter bike and extremely fuel efficient. It is one of the best choices for people looking at the economy and high traffic areas. The cons are that it has thin tyres, therefore, susceptible to fraying.