Honda launches Activa 125 - its first 125 cc automatic scooter in India - with price starting from Rs. 52,447
Snapshot: The scooter, which is going to take the battle head-on with Suzuki Access, Mahindra Duro and Vespa, is assumed to be a hit in India market where Activa in its first form was welcomed with open arms
In order to move closer to the number one spot, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India on Monday launched a more potent version of its highly successful scooter, Activa. The scooter is designed to cater to the existing customers who want to upgrade a more powerful version, and also to the first time buyers.
Today, the automatic scooters form almost 24% of the entire two-wheeler market. Two variants - Standard and Deluxe will be available in four different colour options - Pearl Sunbeam White, Midnight Blue Metallic, Asteroid Black Metallic and Force Silver Metallic. It will come studded with features like Combi-brake/disc brake, tubeless tyres, digital metre, and many more.
The heart of the Activa will be a 125 cc deliv'ering a sufficient 8.6 bhp (0.6 bhp more than the 109 cc Activa) at 6,500 rpm and a torque of 10.12 Nm at 5,500 rpm. Honda's patented Honda Eco Technology (HET) will help you get more per litre without compromising on the performance, hence delivering best-in-class mileage.
Every Activa 125 will come with the Combined Braking System (CBS) as a standard fitment whereas the Deluxe variant will come loaded with a 190 mm front disc brake for superior control.
The Standard variant will cost Rs. 52,447 and the Deluxe variant will start from Rs. 58,156 (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi).
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