Key Specs of Honda CLIQ
|Maximum Speed||83 Kmph|
|Power||8.1 PS @ 7000 rpm|
|Cooling System||Air Cooled|
Honda CLIQ Highlights
13 March 2018: Honda Cliq is an entry-level 110cc scooter from the Japanese automaker that retails at a starting price of Rs 51,142 (On road, Delhi) in India. The Cliq can be regarded as an epitome of convenience and practicality. The Cliq has the best-in-class storage capacity, with an unbelievable under seat compartment of 14-litres, additional rear load carrier, wide floor board that however lacks a luggage hook but sports a centre box for storage as an accessory. Styling is quite straightforward, with the major focus of designers on its practicality. The scooter gets a 12V headlamp with AHO feature, self-start option, mobile charging socket underneath the seat and a maintenance-free battery for you to enjoy a relaxed ride every single time. Powering the scooter is the 4-stroke, fan-cooled SI 109.19cc engine with 8bhp of max power and 8.94Nm of peak torque at 5,500rpm. It has 3.5-litres of fuel tank capacity and a claimed fuel economy of 60Kmpl. Ensuring stability and steadiness on road, the scooter has been equipped with block pattern tubeless tyres, drum brakes and spring-loaded suspension at the front and rear. It also gets CBS for enhanced braking. The Cliq is on offer in four different colors, red, black, grey and blue.
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Honda CLIQ Price List (Variants)
|Cliq STD58.4 kmpl City Mileage, 109.19cc||Rs.44,903|
|Cliq Deluxe60 kmpl ARAI Mileage, 109.19cc||Rs.45,723|
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Honda CLIQ Mileage
Honda CLIQ Deluxe gives a mileage of 60 kmpl as claimed by the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI).
Honda CLIQ Specifications
|Mileage||60 kmpl ARAI Mileage|
|Fuel Capacity||3.5 L|
|Engine Type||Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, SI Engine|
|Maximum Speed||83 Kmph|
Honda CLIQ Features
|Head Lamp||Halogen (AHO)|
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Honda Scooter Showrooms in Delhi
- Smooth Honda
6-A Netaji Subhash Marg, Darya Ganj, Delhi., Delhi 110002
- V. D. Honda
RZ-1A, Gali No. 2, Sitapuri, Pankha Road, New Delhi., Delhi 110006
- Bhasin Honda
28, Raja Garden, New Delhi., Delhi 110015
- Uday Honda
81, Adhchini, Sri Aurbindo Marg, New Delhi., Delhi 110017
- Shuban Sai Honda
WZ-64 Guru Nanak Nagar, New Delhi., Delhi 110018
Cliq price in India
|Delhi||Rs. 44,903 - 45,723|
|Bangalore||Rs. 46,913 - 47,804|
|Kolkata||Rs. 47,071 - 47,573|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 46,539 - 47,041|
|Pune||Rs. 45,826 - 46,641|
|Chennai||Rs. 47,637 - 48,139|
|Mumbai||Rs. 46,630 - 47,132|
Honda CLIQ Expert Review
Based on Honda Navi, the new 110cc Honda Cliq is a capable contender in the segment. Its uncomplicated looks, practical design and terrific mileage tick all the boxes for a buyer looking for an affordable and a useful gearless scooter. Having priced below Activa, it certainly becomes a preferred choice for buyers in rural and semi-urban areas. The scooter weighs just over 100Kg, which is apt for lady riders to manage it in congested city streets. The 10-inch wheels are shod with block pattern tubeless tyres that not only provide adequate grip but remain stable on varied terrains. On the features front, the Cliq is not far behind as it comes with CBS (Combi Braking System), AHO (Automatic Headlamp On) and mobile charging socket. It also gets a range of accessories that add to its practicality and convenience including a luggage rack at the back, a small visor, a storage box placed at the centre of the floor board and the carbon fibre garnished instrument cluster. The fitted engine is refined to an extent that vibrations can only be felt when the scooter is not moving. With an excellent fuel economy, unconventional looks and a range of convenience features on offer, the Cliq deserves nothing less than a thumbs-up.
Design and Features
Honda designers have worked on its styling quite brilliantly. Aimed to target the beginners, the weight of the scooter has been kept in check, in fact it weighs 6Kg lesser than the Activa. With no fuss in the design, it features a large 12V headlamp with AHO up front along with the turn blinkers that are placed smartly by the brand’s designers. It has a wide handlebar just like a motorbike and a long comfy single seat that ends with a black rear grab rail and an additional load carrier accessory. The tail section looks pleasing with the right placement of tail light and the number plate. On the storage front, it certainly leads the pack. The floor board is wide enough to place legs and carry goods but it doesn’t have a luggage hook which almost every rival offers. There is a 14-litre storage section under the seat which also features a mobile charging socket. It also gets an optional centre storage box on the floor board for storing things that can be quickly accessed while you are on the move. The fuel tank capacity of 3.5-litres on offer is a little small as compared to other players in the market. It sports a seat height of 743mm which offers a good riding stance.
Dimensionally it measures 1745mm long, 695mm wide and 1039mm high. The ground clearance sits at 154mm and the wheelbase at 1241mm.
Braking and Handling
The braking on the Cliq is handled by drum brakes of 130mm at either end. The braking ability of the scooter enhances due to the presence of CBS (Combi Braking System) which is on offer as standard. The setup is good enough to stop the scooter in a progressive manner rather than at once and abruptly. Its wide handlebar, comfy seat and lowered seat height make short rides carefree. However, long hauls can be troublesome. The wheels are shod with 90/100-10 section tubeless tyres at the front and rear. The spring-loaded hydraulic suspension at the front and back keep bumps at bay and rough patches out of the picture.
Safety and Features
It gets Combi Braking System as standard, drum brakes at both ends and headlight with AHO for better vision regardless of the light and weather conditions that enable the rider to take on the road challenges in a confident manner. Also, the tubeless tyres get block pattern tread that ensures stability and takes away the possibility of slips and slides.