Honda is working on an all-new 110cc scooter, which will replace Honda Aviator. Considering the poor sales of the Aviator, it will now be discontinued. Honda Aviator has been removed from the official website of the company. Honda 110cc scooter will be based on the all-new platform, which also underpins Activa 6G, 125, and Dio. Talking about the price of the scooter, it will be higher than Activa 6G. Ths features and dimensions of the scooter are yet to be revealed by the company. All we know now is, it is going to receive a digital instrument cluster and alloy wheels with disc brake.
Powering the engine of the new Honda 110 cc scooter, it will come up with the 109 ccs, a one-cylinder engine that is capable enough to deliver the power of 8 bhp at 7,000 rpm and the peak of torque 8.94 nm at 5,500 rpm. The key features of the scooter include metal muffler protector, LED headlamps and position lamp, 4 in 1 lock with the seat opener, alloy wheels with the disc brake. The other features of the scooter include a mobile charger, front bag hook, ABS and CBS (combine brake system) along with the equalizer.
Apart from the Honda 110 cc scooter, the company has a lot more plans to introduce in India. Seeing the potential of the market of India, it is planning to launch 500 cc motorcycles in India as well. The company will introduce the new motorcycle in India from the global line up. The motorcycles of Honda, such as Honda CBR500R, fully faired Honda CB500X, and Honda CB500F, will also make their way to the market of India. Till then, let’s wait for the scooter to be rolled and see what more it has to offer to its Indian customers.