Honda Activa i
|Others||Rs 69 |
|On Road||Rs 51,855|
|Others||Rs 1,590 |
|On Road||Rs 54,563|
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6-A Netaji Subhash Marg, Darya Ganj, Delhi. 110002
V. D. Honda
RZ-1A, Gali No. 2, Sitapuri, Pankha Road, New Delhi. 110006
A-22, Gujranwala Town Part I, Main G.T. Road, New Delhi. 110009
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Honda Activa i Colours
There are 2 variant(s) available. Honda Activa i comes in 5 different colour(s) - Orchid-Purple-Metallic, Neo-Orange-Metallic, Imperial-Red-Metallic, Black, Lush-Magenta-Metallic. There are 2 variants starting from Rs. 51,855 onwards.
Honda Activa i Mileage
Honda Activa i gives a mileage of 66 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.
mileage as per ARAI Data
* Includes only fuel and maintenance cost
Honda Activa i Reviews
Honda Activa i Road Test
- August 22 , 2013
The pros: Lightweight and compact, good 18-liter underseat storage, good ergonomics, refined engine, CBS effective braki... Read More
Activa i User Reviews
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Honda Activa-i Hello, myself Purab from Nashik. I have purchased Honda Activa-i, and I am perfectly satisfied with it. Honda provides comfortable.....
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The scooter has a good engine and also a good pickup. I have the scooty for more than two years and it has been working well.The scooty is.....
Honda Activa i Expert Review
July 1, 2017: With the GST tax norms coming into effect, Honda has revised prices of the Activa i. The Activa i now retails at Rs 48,059 (ex-Delhi. For 2017, the Honda Activa i comes with a BS-IV compliant engine and Always Headlamp on. It also gets a new dual tone paint job and a underseat phone charging socket.. Having completed more than a decade in the Indian automotive market, the scooter has set quite a few sales records and scored well on every aspect. Powering it is a 109.2cc, air-cooled, four-stroke single cylinder engine that pumps out a peak power of 8.03PS at 7500rpm with a maximum torque of 8.94Nm at 5500rpm. With an automatic V-matic transmission and Honda’s HET (Honda Eco Technology), the scooter hits a top speed of 83kmph and delivers a fuel economy of 60kmpl.
Built on a high rigidity underbone type frame, the scooter runs on 90/100-10 tubeless tyres fitted on steel wheels. Suspension duties are handled by a link-type hydraulic suspension at the front and a spring loaded hydraulic shock absorber at the rear. Braking is via a pair of 130mm drum brakes that are aided by Honda’s Combined Braking System (CBS).
The biggest change is the shift to a fibre body from the traditional metal body that the Activa comes with. The refreshed model gets a restyled headlamp section with new clear lens turn indicators mounted at the apron. The rear ends receive an impressive upgrade with the addition of a restyled tail lamp section. Twin air vents are provided on either side of body panels that look stunning. A rear tyre hugger is equipped to prevent the pillion rider from mud and water splash.
Honda Activa i body dimensions are 1,795mm x 705mm x 1,115mm (LxWxH), which give it a respectable stance in the public. With a wheelbase and minimum ground clearance of 1,238mm and 165mm respectively, the scooter proves its worth in the areas of stability and ride quality as well. The instrument cluster comes in an impressive dual tone colour scheme consisting of an analogue speedometer, fuel gauge and telltale lights. The scooter has a genuine under-seat storage capacity of 18 liters that gives another benefit to the rider.
It seems that Honda engineers were kept locked in a room for sometime with an Activa and were told to come out with something better. They succeeded well and the result came up as Honda Activa-i. Giving one of the most majestic facelifts ever to its best-selling model, the company has crafted the Honda Activa-i beautifully which never fails to impress its audience. The front fascia gets a rectangular shaped headlamps that enhances the appeal along with the stylish clear lens turning blinkers fitted at the apron.
However, while going towards the rear, the overall body profile seems less masculine than its earlier model. Retaining the styling of the scooter, the manufacturer has made some impressive modifications like a refreshed rear tail lamp section and sharply designed side panels. The dimensions of Honda Activa-i are 1,795mm x 705mm x 1,115mm (LxWxH) with a wheelbase of 1,238mm. It has a minimum ground clearance of 165mm that gives it a low centre of gravity ensuring good handling characteristics. The total weight of the scooter sums up to 103kg which is 5kg less than its standard model.
Honda Activa-i gets one of the most well-refined scooter mills in the country. The 109.2cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine is mated to a V-matic automatic transmission system and churns out a maximum power of 8bhp at 7,500rpm with a peak torque of 8.74Nm at 5,500rpm. Taking its breaths from a viscous paper filter, the engine has a bore x stroke ratio of 50mm x 55.6mm and a compression ratio of 9.5:1. With its hardware set-up, the scooter hits a top speed of 83kmph. The Honda Eco Technology (HET) ensures a decent fuel economy of 60kmpl as claimed by the company and with a 5.3 liter fuel tank in stock, the scooter covers a commendable range without refuelling.
Good tyres are one of the main aspects of a superior ride quality. Keeping this in mind, the Japanese manufacturer has fitted a set of grippy 90/100-10 tubeless tyres in the scooter that are mounted over stylish alloy wheels. The suspension set-up include spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at both ends that work well even on the roughest roads. Honda Activa-i comes to a standstill by the application of 130mm drum brakes at the front as well as rear. The braking power is further enhanced by the incorporation of Honda’s Combined Braking System (CBS) that applies both brakes while pressing the rear brake lever only.
Honda Activa-i has a pair of grippy 90/100-10 tubeless tyres that offer a better on-road stability and do not deflate suddenly in case of a puncture. Moreover, the company has also integrated an advanced mode of braking in the vehicle, known as Honda’s Combined Braking System (CBS) that applies both brakes automatically while pressing the rear brake lever only. These couple of features make the scooter even more desirable and trendy.