Honda has updated the Aviator scooter to meet BS4 emission norms.
Honda is more of a scooter manufacturer in India as it sells more scooters locally than motorcycles. With the upcoming BS4 emission norms set to come into effect as early as next week, the company is updating its entire lineup of products to meet the upcoming norms. The popular Activa just went from 3G to 4G and now Honda has updated the Aviator.
The 2017 Honda Aviator BS4 has be launched in India, priced from Rs. 52,077/- (ex-showroom, Delhi). The 110cc, single-cylinder engine gets HET and produces 8 BHP of power and 8.94 Nm of torque, mated to a V-Matic CVT gearbox. Besides the BS4 update, the scooter also gets AHO and CBS. The scooter is available in three variants – Aviator drum (Rs. 52,077/-), Aviator alloy wheels (Rs. 54,022/-) and Aviator disc (Rs. 56,454/-).
Offering in four colours, namely red, black, white and silver, the Honda Aviator BS4 gets underseat mobile charging and telescopic front forks. The white and silver colours get a brown seat and different designed inner cover. The alloy wheels are 5 spoke and the disc is 190 mm. The scooter has a fuel tank of 6-litres and an underseat storage of 20-litres.
The Honda Aviator competes with the likes of the TVS Jupiter, Hero Maestro Edge and Yamaha Ray in the Indian market. It sold 10,211 units while the Activa managed to sell 2,17,098 units. Honda’s third scooter, the Dio sold 21,463 units while the scooter and motorcycle hybrid, the Navi managed a paltry 1180 units.
2017 Honda Aviator BS4
– Honda Aviator BS4 launched in India, priced from Rs. 52,077/-
– Gets updated for the upcoming BS4 emission norms
– Also gets AHO and CBS system with the update