Honda Activa Premium edition launched at Rs 75,400/-

Honda Activa premium edition launched at Rs 75,400 in India

Honda has launched the Activa 6G premium edition in India at Rs 75,400/- (Ex-showroom, Delhi). The Premium edition Activa is only available in the Deluxe variant.

The Honda Activa is the highest-selling scooter in India. Every year, the brand keeps on updating the scooter with lots of features that the current generation wants. The first Activa was launched more than 2 decades back and it has come a long way.

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What’s new in Activa Premium

The new Activa Premium edition comes with Gold-coated front garnish, Golden wheels, 3D gold-coated emblem, a premium logo, Cafe Brown-themed inners extending to the footboard, and Saddle Brown colored seat.

The new Activa Premium is available in 3 new colors – Mat Marshall-Green Metallic, Pearl Siren Blue, and Mat Sangria Red Metallic. All the 3 colors are unique and were never seen on the Activa before.

All other aspects of the all-new Activa Premium are the same as the scooter is based on the Activa 6G. There is no change in the engine and performance of the scooter as well.

The All-new Honda Activa Premium is powered by the same 110 cc single cylinder BS6 compliant engine that produces the max power of 7.7 HP at 8000 rpm and 8.84 Nm peak torque at 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to a CVT gearbox.

The current Activa 6G comes with front telescopic suspension with 12-inch wheel, enhanced Smart Power (eSP) technology, start/stop, integrated starter generator for silent crank up, 3-step adjustable rear suspension, external fuel filler cap, and DC LED headlamp.

The scooter also has a full metal body, a larger floor area, and a longer seat for greater comfort. Additionally, it has a longer wheelbase and a high ground clearance.

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Honda Activa premium edition launched at Rs 75,400


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