New Honda Livo 2017 Expert Review
New Honda Livo 2017 Expert Review – Check Advantage and Disadvantage
Being one of the leading manufacturers, Honda holds the crown in many areas. Honda introduced the Livo in India in July 2015. Now in 2017, it has upgraded the Livo. The 110 cc segment is very competitive for the motorcycle segment yet Honda has made its way through. In this dynamic market, Honda has taken its stand very well. It is the only bike which offers Honda intelligent ignition control system (HIICS) considering its performance, economy and the Honda reliability.
New Honda Livo 2017 Design
The New Livo has a dynamic design with lightweight diamond frame chassis. The 3D emblem on the fuel tank and the stylish graphics give a premium and stylish look to the bike. The AHO (Automatic Headlamp On) and trendy visor also make it modern. The Livo has an edgy front look with detailed air duct design and sharp headlamp. The dash looks extraordinary with features like the fuel gauge, speed-o-meter, odometer and also all controls near to hands which make riding convenient.
The modern design two piece muffler makes the bike worth a look twice. The Livo is equipped with button start feature for easy starting of the bike even in heavy traffic conditions. The perfectly fitted rear view mirrors give a clear picture of the rear side while taking turns and overtaking. The new tail lamps and grab tail make it appealing. The trendy alloy wheels with tubeless tires reduce chances of sudden deflation in case of a puncture. The Livo is 2020 mm long, 738 mm wide and 1099 mm high with the wheelbase of 1285 mm. Its ground clearance is 180 mm perfect for Indian road conditions. The Livo has 8.5 litres of fuel tank capacity.
New Honda Livo 2017 Specifications
The Honda Livo is powered by a 4 stroke, Air cooled, SI engine that follows BSIV norms. The Engine is incorporated with Honda intelligent ignition control system (HIICS) for enhanced performance. It is a 109.19 cc engine with maximum power output of 8.31 bhp at 7500 rpm and maximum torque of 9.09 Nm at 5000 rpm and the compression ratio of 9.9:1. It is a 4-speed transmission with all-up shift pattern. The Livo has a top speed of 86 km/h. Honda claims the fuel efficiency of 62 km/l in standard conditions.
The Livo is equipped with 130 mm drum brakes at front and has an option of 240 mm disc. The Livo sits on 18-inch alloy wheels and Honda Patented Low Rolling Resistance tires which ultimately increases fuel efficiency. The telescopic front and spring loaded hydraulic rear 5 step adjustable suspensions gives it dynamic handling feel even on bumpy or bad roads. It is a low maintenance robust bike to ride in any city or even village.
New Honda Livo 2017 Advantages
• HET engine with BS-IV
• Fuel efficient
• Honda HIICS Technology
• Enticing Muffler
• Low Rolling Resistance Tyres
New Honda Livo 2017 Disadvantages
• No disc at rear
• graphics could be added
2017 Honda Livo Expert Review Rating – 7.8/10
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