Honda is gearing up to upgrade Livo from their portfolio to BS6 compliant. As with every manufacturer, Honda will also use this opportunity to facelift the motorcycle and bring out some new features and minor updates. Honda Livo is a commuter motorcycle and sits nicely between the entry-level CD 110 and under the Shine.
The styling seems to remain largely the same with some changes such as new stickers, semi-digital instrument cluster, and a redesigned front cowl with some black accents around the headlight. A headlight is still a halogen unit, but this time it will get DC power so that the light remains flicker-free. Another new feature is the kill switch button which also is the starter button.
The semi-digital instrument cluster features an analogue speedometer, while the digital unit displays the odometer, trip meter, time, service indicator, and a fuel gauge. Disc Brake will also come as an option and maybe we can see some new colour options. Honda will also equip it with their silent-start technology with ACG starter motor and enhanced Smart Power (eSP).
Powering the Livo is a 109.51cc air-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine which makes 8.7bhp and 9.3Nm of torque. It is mated to a 4-speed gearbox.
Honda CD100 Dream and Honda Shine help us to guess a price for the BS6 Honda Livo, as CD110 Dream is priced at Rs 62,729 while the Shine costs Rs 67,857. So the BS6 Honda Livo can be priced at around Rs 65,000. That will make it almost 7,000 costlier than the BS4 variant. That is justified with a BS6 compliant engine and all these new features.
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