Is Honda Livo budget friendly?

The Honda Livo is the most expensive commuter in the Japanese manufacturer's lineup, and it is sold alongside the Dream series of 110cc commuter bikes. Despite being among the most fashionable 110cc commuter motorcycles available in India, the Twister was not well received by consumers. Honda's attempt to avenge this loss involves a more restrained approach to style, which, while not as flashy as the CB Twister, nevertheless manages to make the Livo appear like a real blue-blooded steed.

Honda has featured stylish body panels and an eye-catching structure into the Livo to give it a more youthful appeal. The bike has a high-end overall appearance thanks to the body-colored rear-view mirrors and some striking colour options. The bike looks more contemporary and has more mass thanks to the sizable tank extensions.

Engine and Gearbox
The Honda Livo has OBD2-compliant 109.51cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which is mated to 4-speed gearbox. With features including an offset cylinder, roller rocker arm with needle bearing, and piston cooling jet, the engine reduces friction and increases economy. The engine generates 9.30 Nm at 5500 rpm and 8.79 PS at 7500 rpm. 

The Honda Livo has a sleek headlight cowl and a sporty body style. It is completely illuminated by halogen lights. The speedometer on the instrument cluster is analogue, but the fuel gauge, odometer, and tripmeter are digital insets. However, the instrument cluster lacks features such as a real-time and average mileage indication and a distance-to-empty feature. It has a engine shutdown switch and Honda's renowned silent starter.

Suspension and Brakes
The Livo has twin rear shock absorbers and a telescopic front fork. Brakes come with a 130mm rear drum with CBS as standard and a 240mm front disc or drum. The front receives a regular tubeless tyre, while the rear gets low-rolling-resistance tyres for increased economy.

There are two variants of the Honda Livo BS6: Drum and Disc. Athletic Blue Metallic, Matte Axis Grey Metallic, Imperial Red Metallic, and Black are the four paint colours that are offered for the Livo.

  • The 110cc motor runs smoothly.
  • demonstrates excellent fuel efficiency. 
  • receives a five-step rear suspension adjustment. 
  • The instrument cluster has a dull appearance.
  • Among the priciest bikes in the category.

The price range of Honda Livo is Rs. 78,500 to Rs. 82,500 (ex-showroom).

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