- Honda Activa 5G Limited Edition costs just Rs 400 more than the regular model.
- It gets styling changes only.
- The limited edition is available in two dual colour options.
- Power is derived from a 109.19 cc air-cooled engine.
- It misses out on telescopic suspension and external fuel filter cap.
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India have introduced the new Honda Activa 5G Limited Edition in India at a price point of Rs 55, 032 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The special edition Honda Activa 5G has been rolled out in two new dual colour options- Strontium Silver Metallic with Pearl Igneous Black and Pearl Precious white with Matte Selene Silver. With the new dual colour options available on the limited edition version, the Honda Activa 5G Limited Edition price sees no prominent change. That said, the Honda Activa 5G Limited Edition price in India is just Rs 400 more than the standard version.
Changes made to the special edition model are restricted to visual tweaks only. It now features black wheel rims, blacked out engine and chrome muffler cover. The grab rail is available in a contrasting colour option. Besides, the footboard and seat are offered in brown and black colours, based on the colour of the front apron.
With the rollout of new limited edition, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India hopes to see some surge in two-wheeler’s monthly sales that have seen a sharp decline in the past few months with competitors racing ahead in the two-wheeler segment. As for Honda Activa 5G Limited Edition specifications, it remains unchanged with the same 109.19 cc air-cooled engine powering the prowess as its standard version.
In terms of output, this engine makes 8 bhp of maximum power against 9Nm of top torque. Weighing 109 kg, the limited edition Honda Activa 5G gets a 5.3-litres of the fuel tank and 153 mm of ground clearance. On the feature front, it gets LED headlamp in front, an Eco Speed Indicator, analogue instrumentation, service due indicator and a 4-in-1 lock with seat opening switch. Other bits such as telescopic suspension and external fuel filter cap have been missed out akin to the standard model. However, the two-wheeler manufacturer is reportedly testing the new-generation model (6G) featuring telescopic suspension. Honda is believed to equip the engine with fuel injection technology in a bid to adhere it by the upcoming BS VI emission norms.