Much awaited Honda Activa 6G is set to launch on January 15, 2020, in a price range of around Rs 60,000 to Rs 65,000.
Honda Activa has a popularity for some period now as India's highest-selling scooter model. Honda Activa 5 G, the latest model comes with a BS4-compliant motor. Honda has stated that it will introduce the enhanced version of the Honda Activa on January 15, 2020, in compliance with BS6 emissions regulations. Appropriately, that enhanced version gets the brand name, Honda Activa 6G.
The new vehicle's highlight is its enforcement with BS6 emission standards. The Honda Activa 6G engine will be the same one that is accessible on the operating Honda Activa 5G. It is a 109.19cc HET air-cooled variant that generates a power of 7.96ps and a torque of 9Nm. The engine will be upgraded to meet BS6 standards. Apart from fuel injection technology, the vehicle will be fitted with a new idle-stop feature. The BS6 compliant engine can be expected to deliver relatively less power than the current one.
In addition to the BS6-compliant engine, additional features will be available for the latest Honda Activa 6G. Consumers have reacted favorably to the recently launched connectivity surge of numerous carmakers. Honda is continuing its push by aiming to add smart features on the Honda Activa 6G. It could include Bluetooth networking features, allowing users to connect their smartphones and access a variety of controls and other exciting features.
The Honda Activa 6G will be a better-equipped vehicle with features such as telescopic forks, CBS, disk brake options, and 12-inch alloy wheels on the safety line. Some of the other elements might include a robust USB charging facility for the instrument cluster and an inhibitor for the side-stand motor. Scooter enthusiasts may not have to wait long for delivery as Honda plans to start deliveries immediately after 15 January 2020 launch.
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