2020 Honda Livo BSVI launched in India at Rs 69,422
Honda has updated its 110cc offering, the Livo to make it BSVI compliant, priced at Rs 69,422 for the drum brake variant, ex-showroom Jaipur, Rajasthan. Also on offer is a disc brake variant, the price of which has not been revealed yet. The four colour options in which the motorcycle is available are - Athletic Blue Metallic, Matte Axis Gray Metallic, Imperial Red Metallic and Black. The company is offering a special 6-year warranty package, which includes 3 years standard along with 3 years optional extended warranty.
As a part of update, the 2020 Livo BSVI comes with chiseled tank shrouds, updated front visor and fuel tank design along with a longer seat that measures 17mm more than the previous. The instrumentation has been updated too as the Livo now features a semi-digital layout giving it a modern touch. Also, there is an integrated engine start/stop switch which can be used to start the engine when pressed downwards and acts as an engine kill switch when pressed upward. The headlight now runs on DC power, which effectively means that there won't be any fluctuation that offers a safer experience while driving at night on bad roads.
Powering the Livo BSVI is a 110cc FI engine that produces 9PS at 7,500rpm and generates 9.3Nm at 5,500 rpm. Like the Grazia 125 BSVI, the Livo too comes with ACG starter that starts the engine with the same AC generator used to generate current and charge the battery while riding. With this update, the prices of the BSVI offering has been increased by Rs 9,500 over the previous BSIV model. Honda dealerships have already started accepting bookings for the same and the deliveries should commence shortly.
"In our BSVI line up, we continue to create new value that enhances the quality of daily life and reinforce customer trust and confidence in our brand. Since its launch in 2015, Livo has been a favourite among aspirational buyers in its category. Equipped with Honda's latest technology & its urban design, Honda Livo BSVI will raise the bar of style, performance and value in its segment". commented, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Director - Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.
Starts Rs 69,422
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