Honda NS110L vs Honda Activa 6G: Photo Comparison

Modified On Jul 16, 2021 04:56 PM By Praveen M. for Honda Activa 6G

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Honda’s affordable scooter for the Chinese market looks a lot subdued than the brand’s Indian cash cow, the Activa 6G. We delve deeper through these images

Sundiro Honda, the Japanese brand’s Chinese arm, has launched the Honda NS110L in its home market. This entry-level scooter looks quite mellow and we dare say a little outdated too compared to our country’s bestselling scooter, the Honda Activa 6G. We explore all the differences: 

Design-wise, the Honda NS110L’s petite bodywork is reminiscent of the Honda Activa i. Having said that, it still looks a lot more outdated compared to the much more mature-looking Honda Activa 6G. 

The Honda NS110L’s halogen headlamp looks straight from the early 2000s, whereas the Activa 6G gets a much sleeker-looking, modern LED unit.

But on the flip side, the NS110L features a modern full-LCD instrument cluster complete with a clock whereas the Activa 6G manages with an all-analogue instrument cluster. 

For extra utility, the NS110L gets an apron-mounted hook, along with two open glove boxes. The Activa gets none of these. That said, Honda offers an apron-mounted metal basket as an optional fitment, but that just looks a little too crude. 

The underseat storage on both the scooters more or less similar. However, the Activa 6G gets an external fuel filler cap for added convenience. 

The Honda NS110L is powered by a 110cc single-cylinder air-cooled, fuel-injected engine. While the output figures are unknown at the moment, we reckon it makes around the same 7.79PS and 8.79Nm as the Activa 6G’s 109.51cc motor.

Honda has equipped the NS110L with a proper telescopic fork with a disc brake up front and even alloy wheels in contrast to the steel wheel-equipped Activa 6G. The Activa does not get a front disc even as an option.

The NS110L’s tail lamp is also reminiscent of the Activas of yore, whereas the Activa 6G gets a wide bulbous-looking tail lamp. Both feature bulbs instead of LEDs, though. 

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