After the ban of Honda Livo BS-III compliant vehicles, the Honda Motorcycle launched two-wheelers Honda Livo BS-IV compliant model. Like Honda Activa and Honda CB Shine SP BS-IV compliant vehicles, the Honda Livo also features an automatic headlamp on (AHO) function, following the new safety regulations for bike.
By the end of 2017, it’d be a mandatory part for all bike manufacturers to add AHO feature in the bike’s system. Honda Livo’s design is quite sophisticated, unlike a loud one. An air-cooled, four-stroke engine of 109.19cc powers the bike, churning maximum power up to 8.31bhp at 7500rpm and torque of 9.09Nm at 5000rpm. Additionally the engine is mated with a four-speed transmission gearbox that serves speed of 86kmph. Honda Livo, furthermore, has a mileage of 74.00kmpl.
Tubeless puncture-resistant free tyres are located to ensure you a safe ride, when you’re covering the longest routes. Honda Livo wheels also feature black-finished rims that reflect a breathtaking shine when you ride the bike.
Some key features of the bike include adjustable-suspension, low-rolling resistance tyre, innovative meter design, energetic or robust tank, and an edgy front look.
Color options available for the bike are quite wide too – you get to choose from Athletic Blue Metallic, Black, Sunset Brown Metallic, Matte Axis Gray Metallic, Pearl Amazing White and Imperial Red Metallic colors.
With its surprising look and performance, Honda Livo positions itself greatly in the 110cc commuter segment and competes from rivals such as TVS Star City Plus, Hero Passion Pro, Yamaha YBR 110 and Mahindra Centuro.