Sales of the Honda Livo has just passed that of the Dream series, proving that the CD 110, Neo and Yuga haven’t really worked well for the Japanese company.

2015 Honda Livo Review
The Honda Livo outsold the three Dream series bikes

The 100-110cc market has been a strong point for Hero ever since it came to the market. But that did not stop their partner Honda to gain the sovereignty in the segment. Honda did it with its Dream series motorcycles, the Dream Yuga, Dream Neo and the low cost CD 110 Dream. It’s only been some time Honda launched its new motorcycle Livo and it helped the CBR maker to achieve success.

Honda managed to sell more than 2.5 lakh units of the Livo, more than 20,000 units per month which has led the premium commuter motorcycle to become the best seller in the segment. The competitors for the Honda Livo are the Hero Splendor iSmart 110, Yamaha Saluto RX and TVS Victor 110.

The Honda Livo is powered by a 110cc air-cooled motor which generates 8.2 BHP of maximum power at 7500 RPM and 8.63 Nm of torque at 5500 RPM. The price for the drum brake version is Rs. 53,501/- while the front disc variant of the Honda Livo is priced at Rs. 56,004/- (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Nonetheless, Honda has started a new scheme for students named ‘Student Reward Programme’ on the CB Hornet 160R. They can get 50 times the cashback of the highest percentage of marks scored in any subject.

Honda Livo Outsells Dream

– Honda managed to sell 2.5 lakh units of the Livo
– The Honda Livo has become the best selling motorcycle in its segment
– Honda has started a new scheme on the CB Hornet 160R, offering cashback to students

Honda CB Hornet 160R Long Term Reliability
The Honda CB Hornet 160R looks good with its nicely sculpted lines