Honda is known for its conventional styling, but that isn't the case with the new Honda Livo as it gets sharp lines, which make it stand apart. This 110 cc bike comes with modern styling and body graphic along with a new analogue-digital meter console with the Service Due Indicator, clock, and a brand-new low maintenance seal chain.
The bike is powered by a 109.19 cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine with Honda Eco Technology (HET) that produces a top power of 8.31bhp at 7500rpm and maximum torque of 9.09Nm at 5000rpm. A four-speed transmission is mated to the engine that returns a high mileage of around 86 kmph.
The Livo is manufactured on the diamond frame that features telescopic front forks and spring-loaded, hydraulic rear shock absorbers. The bike rides on 80/100-18 tubeless tyres in front as well as the rear. Also, it gets 130 drum brakes in the front and back.
The best thing about the design of this bike is that it isn't loud; instead, it's more on a sophisticated side. The sturdy fuel tank adds to the muscular appearance of the bike. The bike measures 2020mm long, 738mm wide and 1099mm high. The bike weighs 111 kg and hints ample power to weight ratio vouching for great economy and performance. A black and contrasting colour theme dominates the dual tone theme of Livo.
The five paint schemes of this bike is – blue, black, grey, brown and red. Available in two variants- self-drum-alloys and self-disc-alloy, the Livo competes with other 110cc commuter segment bikes such as Hero Passion Pro, Yamaha YBR 110 TVS Star City Plus, and Mahindra Centuro.
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