Motorcycle & Scooter India has launched the new LIVO motorcycle in India.
The LIVO is a replacement for the CB Twister and is priced at Rs. 52,989/- for the Self-Drum-Alloy
variant and the Rs.55,489/- for the Self-Disc-Alloy variant. All prices are ex-
Price (ex-showroom Delhi)
stroke single cylinder
The LIVO gets
the same engine with the same power output as the CB Twister it replaces. The
air cooled 109.19cc engine that produces 8.25bhp and 8.63Nm of torque is a four
stroke engine and gave an economy of around 70kmpl in the CB Twister, Honda
claims the LIVO will give 74kmpl on “Honda Mode” with the LIVO.
With a 1285mm
wheelbase and a ground clearance of 180mm, the LIVO also has an 8.5 litre fuel
tank. The drum brake variant gets 130mm sized drum brakes at the front and
rear, while the Disc brake gets a 240mm disc at the front with the same drum on
the rear wheel. All housed on a diamond frame the front suspension is a
Telescopic fork the LIVO now has a spring loaded hydraulic at the back instead
of the swingarm mono suspension from the CB Twister.
Guleria, Sr. VP, Sales and Marketing, HMSI said “Honda’s LIVO is a perfect fit
to fulfill the dreams of aspirational first time biker. It features one of the
longest wheelbase in the segment and a higher ground clearance for any
practical and comfortable usage on all types of Indian roads.
The LIVO gets
black painted alloys with tubeless tyres sized 80/100 R18. The motorcycle also
gets a self button start. The LIVO is available in Athletic Blue, Pearl White,
Sunset Brown and Black available on both variants.
mention that the 100-200cc motorcycle segment went down by 7pc in the past 3
years; the company has a market share of 6pc. He also mentioned that HMSI has
14pc of the total motorcycle segment in India. A segment that Guleria said is
“Under Stress” and the 110cc segment is shrinking, does it make sense to re
place a 110cc motorcycle with another 110cc bike?
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