Honda Activa Premium to launch soon

    The Activa Premium is expected to receive some cosmetic embellishments to distinguish it from the standard model.

    Published On Aug 14, 2022 08:47:00 PM


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    Honda India is expected to launch Activa Premium soon, going by the fresh set of teasers that have been released on social media platforms. As the name suggests, the scooter could be the 'Premium' variant of the Activa 6G. It also seems like this isn't the Activa 7G that we'd expected Honda would launch.

    Poring through the teaser images, the silhouette of the scooter as well as the lights look similar to the Activa 6G. While the faux vents on the front apron also look exactly the same as on the standard model, the Premium variant gets gold-coloured embellishments on top of these vents; a similar gold treatment is expected on the badging as well. The Activa Premium is also likely to sport a set of new colours, including matte green. 

    As for the features, it is hard to tell if Honda has introduced anything new. It seems to be running on the same set of steel wheels as the standard scooter; whether Honda will also introduce an Activa with alloy wheels remains to be seen. The Activa also doesn't get Bluetooth connectivity, a feature seen in scooters like the Hero Pleasure, and we wait to see if it has been introduced on the Activa Premium to differentiate it from the standard scooter.

    All said, it is only a matter of days before the scooter is fully revealed. Stay tuned.

    Also see:

    Honda Activa 6G review, test ride

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