Honda is the leading name in the league of two wheelers category and gained the top position as the manufacturer of light weight bikes and scooters in India. Honda Aviator is the new range of scooter launched in India that attracts neutral audience means that scooter is meant for all not especially for boys or girl. Honda has previously launched Activa and its different variants along with Honda Duet and both models have stormed the market and ride lovers appreciated the combination of great looks with great performance.
Honda Aviator with the tagline to encourage its riders represented the model as ‘live your style’. The bulky Kerb Weight of the scooter makes it more comfortable for the male users due to the heavy weight of the scooter that female riders will surely find difficult to ride. For a more familiar contact with the riders and lovers of Activa and Duet, the Aviator comes with the same engine option offering that much strength of engine performance with a new name and looks. The company has its new scooter with two variant options that are called as STD and DLX. The difference in both the models has nothing to do with performance or looks, the basic and only difference between the both is, STD model comes with drum brakes option and the DLX are equipped with front disc and is offered with Combined Braking System (CBS). CBS stands as the new discovery in power stopping technology that helps to stop the vehicle more smoothly with high rate security. The leading competitors for Honda Aviator are Yamaha Ray ZR and TVS Jupiter MillionR edition.
Specifications, Accessories, and Features
Honda scooters are leading the competition in the range of scooters and lightweight two wheelers options available in India. The same engine quality that tagged superior show for Activa and Duet has been installed in Aviator, the engine specification includes a 109cc engine that churns up the power of 8bhp at 7,000rpm and the maximum torque offered is 8.7Nm at 5500rpm. The scooter carries V-Matic transmission option and shines with both self-start and kick starts gearing up option. Honda has used the recently developed Honda Eco Technology (HET) that offers a great efficiency figure of 60kmpl.
Honda has its new scooter Aviator with two variant options that are called as STD and DLX. The difference in both the models carries nothing to do with performance or looks, the basic and only difference between the both is, STD model comes with drum brakes option and the DLX are equipped with front disc and is offered with Combined Braking System (CBS).
The Kerb Weight of Honda Aviator is 109kg that counts it more suitable for the male riders as due to the heavy weight it becomes difficult to handle two wheelers.
|Best Rated Features|
|Maximum Power||8bhp @ 7,000rpm|
|Maximum Torque||8.77Nm @ 5,500rpm|
|Wheel Size||10 inches|
Colors and Variants
Honda Aviator comes with two variant options STD and DLX. The color options available to buy includes Pearl Igneous Black, Strand Silver Metallic, Rebel Red Metallic and Pearl Sunbeam White.
- Large under seat space.
- Honda’s best in class engine option.
- Drum Brakes and CBS Brake option ensures safety.
- Balancing problem at high speed.
- Mileage is complained just 30-40km per litre.
- Weight of the Scooter is heavy.
|New Delhi||INR 56,574|