With three different motorcycles under the ‘Dream’ sub brand (CD110 Dream, Dream Neo and Dream Yuga) already on sale, Honda has now launched its flagship 110cc commuter by the name ‘Livo’. Javascript must be enabled for the correct page display, © Copyright TopSpeed. There will two variants on sale, disc brake variant and drum brake variant. Honda Livo Honda Livo is a commuter bike available in 2 variants in India. The suspension too is tuned spot-on for city riding and thanks to the lower kerb weight, the motorcycle is an easy to ride machine in all the conditions. The Passion X-Pro comes with the same four stroke, single cylinder, air cooled, 109.2cc engine which is fitted on the Livo. All Rights Reserved. The engine has the ability to give a real world fuel efficiency in the range of 72-75 kmpl, with a claimed top speed of 86 kmph. When it comes to design and appeal, the Livo surely does impress a lot for being a sporty looking motorcycle in the crowd of simple and staid commuters. While the base variant comes with drum brakes and has been priced at 52,989, the more premium variant comes with a disc brake at the front, and will set you back by Rs. The bike comes with electric start and alloy wheels as standard. This is what was naturally expected from the Livo to come fitted with. The black colored trapezoidal visor above the headlamps rounds up the front look of the bike. The headlight is also flanked with detailed fake air duct design, which adds character to the headlight unit. This pricing is a bit steep for a 110cc commuter, as the Livo has entered the territory of 125cc motorcycles with these prices. The six spoke alloy wheels are a part of the standard equipment. Nevertheless, the Livo certainly has the capability to look distinctive in the sea of conventional looking commuters. Honda Livo generates 8.67 bhp of power and 9.30 nm of torque from its 109.51cc engine. After writing numerous success stories with the Activa and its derivatives, Honda did launch its commuter series specifically designed for the Indian customers under the sub brand ‘Dream’. The engine is smooth and refined, and offers you the best possible blend of performance and fuel efficiency. The new Honda Livo will gradually be replacing the aging CB Twister, which was churning out very low numbers given the size and volume of the segment of 110cc commuters. The Honda Livo does come as a pure premium motorcycle with every traits of a Honda product. With such a high price, the Honda Livo is now at the top of the 110cc commuter bandwagon by being the priciest motorcycle in this segment. The instrument console of the Honda Livo has two hexagonal analog pods, with a speedometer and odometer in the left side and a fuel gauge in the right side. While the Livo has an edgy approach in its design, the Passion X-Pro takes forward the familiar silhouette of the Passion Pro to an all new level with snazzier graphics, which are absent on the Livo. The essence of sportiness continues in the side profile of the Livo, with a large fuel tank borrowed from the CB Twister. BS6 Honda Livo BS6 generates The maximum power at 8.67 BHP @ 7,500 rpm, and Maximum Torque generates 9.30 Nm @ 5,500 rpm, Honda Livo BS6 now gives you 4-Speed gears is Also, you get the Multi Plate Wet clutch, the new engine of the comes with a counter-weight balancer, which results in a lower vibration in the bike at a higher speed.

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