|Others||Rs. 69 |
|On Road||Rs. 58,977|
|Others||Rs. 69 |
|On Road||Rs. 61,658|
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- Contemporary fresh design
- Impressive finish and build quality
- Optional front disc brake
- Refined engine
- Strong mid-range ideal for city use
- Excellent manueuverability
- Good ride quality
- Upright riding posture
- Big seat
- Fuel efficiency
- Pricing is slightly on a higher side
- Analogue - digital instrumental cluster could be a good addition
Livo is an offering from Honda in the premium commuter bike segment with good build quality, fresh design and good fuel efficiency
Honda Livo Highlights
March 30, 2016: Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) have rolled out its new commuter in the Indian market christened Honda Livo. The bike is inspired from Dream Yuga and shares most of its characteristics with it. It is powered by a 109.19cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine that cranks out 8.25bhp of power and 8.63Nm of torque. Talking about visuals, the bike receives tank shrouds that adds some more premiumness to it. The bikes gives a tough competition to other leading 110cc Read more...
The new colours are Imperial Red Metallic and Matte Axis Gray Metallic. With this, the Honda Livo is now available in 2 variants and 6 colours. ...Read Full News
Honda Livo Price
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59-60 Arjun Nagar Road , Jagat Puri, near PNB bank , pillar no. 62, Delhi 110051
A-22, Gujranwala Town Part I, Main G.T. Road, New Delhi. 110009
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L-385D, Mahipalpur Extension, NH-8, New Delhi. 110037
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Honda Livo Colours
There are 2 variant(s) available. Honda Livo comes in 6 different colour(s) - Black, Blue Matelic, Matte Grey , Pearl amazing white, Red metallic, Sunset Brown Metallic. There are 2 variants starting from Rs. 58,977 onwards.
Pearl amazing white
Sunset Brown Metallic
Honda Livo Mileage
Honda Livo gives a mileage of 74 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.
mileage as per ARAI Data
* Includes only fuel and maintenance cost
Honda Livo Reviews
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Livo User Reviews
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best bike I have never used great mileage great speed awesome performance low maintenance every customers in the market great features with the.....
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This nike is just awesome. It have a killer look.the performance of its engine is just fabulus. I just enjoy my all rides on it. The suspension and.....
Livo Expert Review
Honda Livo 110 is an all-new sporty commuter that will make its entry anytime soon in India. The bike is seen as a substitute for CB Twister if believed to some recent reports due to its miserable sales reports over the past. The company’s decision to retire its 110cc player and bring-in a new one might prove helpful in enhancing its presence further in the country’s commuter motorcycle segment.
Honda Livo is powered by the same 109.19cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine that serves the entire commuter range of the company. Furthermore, it is also equipped with Honda Eco Technology (HET) that ensures a superior performance along with a commendable fuel economy. The bike is equipped with 80/100-18 tubeless tyres at both ends with robust black alloy wheels. The stopping power is provided by 130mm drum brakes fitted at the front and rear end. The suspension system of the bike comprises of telescopic forks upfront and spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear.
The visuals of Honda Livo resemble majorly with the company’s premium commuter bike, Honda Dream Yuga. The front profile gets a sharp headlamp unit with clear lens turn indicators. The fuel tank is perfectly chiseled and looks majestic with the integrated tank shrouds. The side body panels are well-crafted aerodynamically and enhances the overall body flow of the machine. Coming towards the rear, the bike has a stylish black coloured rear body grab rail and a munificent tail lamp unit that looks attractive.
Honda Livo is bolted on a diamond frame and will come with similar body dimensions as that of Honda’s other commuter motorcycles. A maintenance free battery cuts down majorly on the maintenance costs. The instrument cluster of the bike is expected to come analogue comprising of a speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge along with the telltale lights.