Get up close with the new Honda Activa-I [video]

Posted on: Jun 13, 2013 - 11:38am IST

Yesterday, we presented you the live feeds of the Honda Activa-I from Delhi complete with a detailed image gallery. Today, we present the walkaround video to familiarize you with the new automatic scooter.

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The Honda Activa-I is a compact and light scooter aimed at both men and women. The smallest and the most affordable Honda scooter adopts a simple design and is noticeably smaller than the rest of its stable mates.

Front left three quartes of the Honda Activa-I

The long slender indicator lights on the front apron along with a generously proportioned headlamp unit dominate the front fascia. Arching rear body panels culminate in a sharped edged taillamp unit. Honda says that the grab rail is designed in such a way to minimize the effort of mounting the scooter on the centre stand by 15%.

The 18 litre under-seat storage area is quite practical and is deep enough for a half-helmet to fit in, but the fuel filler cap continues to be hidden underneath the seat. Overall, the dimensions of the two wheeler is small enough for easy maneuverability in tight city traffic.

See more images of the Honda Activa-I

The scooter is powered by the same 109cc air cooled motor that powers all other Honda automatic scooters. The HET engine (Honda Eco Technology) develops 8 hp and 8.74 Nm of torque and is paired to a CVT.

The Honda Activa-I is priced at Rs. 44,200 (ex-showroom Delhi).

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2 thoughts on “Get up close with the new Honda Activa-I [video]

  1. vishal says:

    They took a good universal design and made it feminine. So the Dio is now the only choice for boys. Or maybe the Yamaha Ray or a pre-owned Kinetic Blaze Italiano.

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  2. kumar says:

    honda’s ignorance again shown up. front license plate again missing.
    front license plate is placed per dealer wish, drilling holes in the from body.
    just bad design

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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!