The updated motorcycle will be offered with new features and visual tweaks

Honda Livo BS6 launch soon as the company has released the teaser of the updated motorcycle. We can expect it to hit the showrooms by the first week of July. Considering the teaser to launch time frame of 7 days for the Grazia, the Livo is expected to follow the same timeline.

The Japanese bike maker is giving it some visual tweaks and new features along with the new 110cc BS6 engine. This is the first major update of the Livo after 5 years.

The front profile of the bike gets a new visor while the headlamp design looks similar to the outgoing model. The blue colour shade too looks the same.

However, there is a new digital analogue instrument cluster on offer. While the speedometer is analogue, there is a digital display that shows trip meters, time, fuel level and other indications.

Finally, the Honda Livo gets revised switchgear including a kill switch which also integrates the self start button. This will make it more convenient for the riders and was sorely missed.

The rear profile looks unchanged as the tail light and the indicator lights look the same. However, more changes and exact details will be revealed closer to the launch.

Honda is likely to offer the updated Livo with a new 110cc engine which is currently powering the CD 110 Dream. It is a 109.51cc, fuel injected, BS6 engine producing 8.80 PS of power at 7500 RPM and 9.30 Nm of torque at 5500 RPM.

Honda Livo BS6 Launch

  • Honda has teased the upcoming Livo BS6 model
  • It will get the new 110cc engine, more features and revised styling
  • Honda is expected to introduce the new Livo by first week next month
Honda Livo 110 BS6
The bike gets a new visor design to add to the visual appeal up front
Honda Livo BS6 Teaser
The headlight looks similar to the outgoing model
Semi Digital Instrument Cluster
The Livo gets a digital analogue instrument cluster for the first time
New kill switch with start button
Honda has added kill switch this time around integrated with the start button
Honda Livo BS6 Launch
The rear profile of the bike appears to be the same