Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI) has launched the new Activa 125
- Honda’s first 125cc automatic scooter for India. The scooter is priced at Rs. 52447 for Standard variant and Rs. 58156
for the Deluxe variant (both prices Ex-showroom, Delhi).
The all new
Activa 125, is specially developed to retain both existing automatic scooter
customers who want to upgrade their ride and add new customers who now want much more from Honda, said a company
The Activa 125 is powered by a newly developed 125cc engine delivering 8.6 BHP @ 6500 rpm and a torque of
10.12Nm@5500 RPM. The Activa 125 delivers
a mileage of 59kmpl as per i-CAT certification.
priority to rider safety, Honda’s proprietary Combined Braking System or CBS comes as a factory fitted standard in
Activa 125 while deluxe variant is loaded with 190mm front disc brakes for
superior and controlled braking. CBS
BS is a front and rear wheel interlocking
braking system by Honda which reduces
braking distance by 24pc compared to conventional brakes.
of the scooter include an elegant digital
meter, durable metal body, tubeless tyres maintenance free battery, sturdy 5 spoke
alloy wheels and viscous air filter. The front panel comes with a chrome bar, headlight,
instrument cluster and stylish indicators. The X shape broad tail lights and
robust grab rail enhance the style quotient.
The scooter has longer & wider seat, bigger 12” rim size at front
wheel, longer wheelbase and comfortable upright sitting posture. It also has a Convenient Lift up Independent Cover (CLIC)
mechanism and ample storage space. The CLIC mechanism makes maintenance easy
and simple to operate.
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