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The Honda Livo launched in 2015 is successor to the Honda CB Twister. It is a good entry level bike targeting young buyers. The bike is the most expensive motorcycle in 110cc segment. Inspired by Dream Yuga, it shares similar characteristics with it. Competitors of the bike are the TVS Star City Plus, the Yamaha YBR 110 and the Mahindra Centuro. It is designed to appeal both urban and rural buyers. The Livo is the only motorcycle to offer HIICS technology of Honda in its segment. The two variants of the motorcycle are the Livo 110 STD and the Livo 110 Disc Self.
Having seen overview let us now head towards comprehensive review of the Honda Livo.
The Honda Livo comes with sporty and sharp features. The bike is smart looking as compared to its predecessor the CB Twister in style. The muscular fuel tank is sculpted well and 3D Honda emblem is beautifully engrossed on it. The headlight has an all new curvy design along with V shaped visor and front cowl which enhances the front view. Tail lamp and grab rail has got a new style which look beautiful. Instrument console has got two division for speedometer and tachometer which is designed well to give accurate information. Suspension absorbs shocks to provide comfortable ride. The bike is available in following colour options- sunset brown metallic, athletic blue metallic, black, pearl white and red metallic. It has got well cushioned seat which is good for long riding. The black painted muffler with chrome plated cover looks impressive. Black side panels are made of premium plastic and boast off the side profile.
The Honda Livo 2018 provides mileage of 74kmpl on standard road conditions depending on various aspects. It has fuel tank capacity of 8.5L and reserve fuel tank capacity of 2L. The kerb weight of the bike is 110kg. Length is 202cm, width is 73.8cm and height is of 109.9cm. It has got ground clearance of 18cm and wheelbase of 128.5cm. The engine type is 110cc, air cooled, 4 stroke SI engine. Top speed of the bike is 86kmph. Engine is mated to 4 speed gearbox. Wheel size is of 18 inches each. Front suspension is telescopic and rear suspension is mono-shock. The frame is built on diamond chassis.
The Honda livo on road price ranges from INR 55,000 to INR 60,000 depending on various aspects. The bike is a good option for people looking for sharp design, superior mileage, great performance and easier handling in 110cc segment.