BS6 Honda Livo teaser shows feature updates

    Along with the redesign, the 2020 Honda Livo also gets a semi-digital instrument cluster and other kit.

    Published On Jun 25, 2020 02:29:00 PM

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    Honda has teased its updated BS6-compliant 110cc commuter, the Livo. The Honda Livo is expected to sit above the company’s CD 110 Dream (Rs 62,729) and below the Shine (Rs 67,857) in its range. We expect it to be priced right between the two models at around Rs 64,000, making it around Rs 6,000 more expensive than the older Livo. 

    The teaser comes just a day after Honda launched its 2020 Grazia and it doesn’t reveal much apart from a redesign, a new semi-digital instrument cluster and some new features. The headlight looks similar to the older model and it appears as if it’s still running a halogen-bulb setup. However, we expect it to use DC power like on the CD 110 Dream, which means it isn’t subject to fluctuation like a unit that runs on an alternating current (AC).

    The Livo is also expected to have the same engine and gearbox as the CD 110 Dream, which means it will use the new fuel-injected 110cc engine that makes 8.8hp and 9.3Nm of torque. This engine will be paired with a 4-speed gearbox. 

    The semi-digital instrument cluster continues to show the speed via an analogue gauge, but the other information is displayed on a digital screen. The upcoming Livo also gets a new starter button that doubles up as a kill switch. As for the starter itself, it is expected to be of the silent-start type that can now be found across Honda’s portfolio in India.

    All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi.

    Also see:

    BS6 Honda CD 110 Dream vs rivals: Specifications comparison

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