18th February, 2015: After experiencing a warm welcome in the scooter segment, Honda decided to bring in Honda Aviator. It is a premium scooter with the same platform, improved body dynamics and comfort accommodated with some better features. Telescopic shocks are provided at the front with optional disc brake which guarantee safe and stress-free riding At a friendly price of Rs. 50,063 for the standard variant and Rs. 55,404 for the deluxe version (both prices ex-showroom, Delhi), the scooter is available in four colour options which are: Pearl Igneous Black, Royal Gold Metallic, Rebel Red metallic and Pearl Sunbeam White.
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109.2 cc, Petrol, 60 KmplRs 50,336*
109 cc, Petrol, 60 KmplRs 55,682*
Aviator was the second offering from Honda in the 110cc scooter segment. With its launch, Honda took a step further in strengthening its rule in the Indian Scooter market. Honda Aviator comes with stylish front and rear panels making it a more appealing product. The scooter comes in two variants- DLX and STD. The Deluxe (DLX) version sports a 190mm front disc brake whereas the Standard (STD) variant come with basic 130mm drum brakes at both ends.
Honda Aviator is fitted with the same 109.20cc, air-cooled, SI engine, which serves power to Activa and Dio as well. The super-refined Honda motor generates a maximum power of 8bhp at 7000rpm with a peak net torque of 8.77Nm at 5500rpm. The engine is tuned with Honda Eco Technology (HET) which ensures optimum combustion with an improved fuel economy of 60kmpl claimed by the company.
Honda Aviator sits on an under-bone frame and performs suspension duties with telescopic shocks at the front and spring loaded hydraulic type shock absorbers at the rear. The tubeless tyres come in the standard size of 90/100-12 at the front and 90/100-10 at the rear paired with stylish 5-spoke alloy wheels. The braking system of Honda Aviator is equipped with 130mm drum brakes at both ends with Combi braking system. A 190mm disc for the front wheels is available as an option. It is the first scooter in India to sport a front disc brake.
Honda Aviator comes with a spacious under-seat storage capacity of 20 liters. The instrument panel is based on a triangular theme with speedometer and fuel gauge stacked in one section and the turn indicators finding space separately. Apron of the scooter looks muscular with some chrome element added to it. The rear section looks decent with neatly-crafted trapezoidal tail lamp and clear lens turning blinkers. Its body dimensions are good in numbers which give it a striking appearance in public. At such an affordable price, Aviator broadens up the 110cc scooterette section of the country with some genuine features.
Honda Aviator Review
Here begins an outright horrendous account of the Aviator purchase. I ordered a white Aviator with disc brakes from My Wings (hereon, we will call them Sly Things) Honda in Kothrud, Pune. After many attempts, I had a delivey committed to me for Christmas Eve, Dec 24th. They did not bother to remind me, but upon calling them Sly Things said that I will get it the next day. After visiting their showroom twice (on Christmas Day) and wild stories of broken down container trucks, yard-is-far and all of that, I pressed that I would cancel if not given. I got a non-dusted, grunt-firing, loose-braking...
SOME ONE HAS MENTIONED THAT IT IS NOT FOR BEGGARS----- THE PRICE RANGE IS CERTAINLY HIGH, NATURALLY BEGGARS CANNOT IMAGINE, BETTER TO GIVE ONES OWN VIEW LONE,..........
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27 Nov, 2009 | 763 views
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Private Limited (HMSI), launched the New two wheeler Honda Aviator in India. The Honda Aviator model launched with a punch line "Live Your Style". According to YS Guleria, national sales head, HMSI, the ...Read More
27 Oct, 2009 | 773 views
Honda two wheelers today introduced its new product Honda Aviator that is powered by 110cc engine. The company launched it in two variants- Honda Aviator 110cc and Honda Aviator Deluxe. This is the second scooter launch by Honda in the year.Read More
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