IAB Report – Honda Activa 125 bookings start for INR 5,000, month-end launch

Posted on: Apr 3, 2014 - 3:19pm IST

The Honda Activa 125 made its premiere at the Auto Expo in February. Indian Autos Blog is now informed that Honda Two-Wheeler’s dealers have started accepting bookings for the Activa 125, ahead of a market launch which will take place by the end of this month.

Honda Activa 125 profile at Auto Expo 2014
The Honda Activa 125 has commenced bookings for INR 5,000.

The booking amount is INR 5,000. The dealers also inform us that there would be two variants of the Activa 125 – disc and drum. While the drum brake Activa 125 would be priced at about INR 56,000, the disc brake version can cost up to INR 63,000 we are informed. [Ex-Showroom prices mentioned.]

The Activa 125 would then be about INR 6,000 pricier than the standard Activa which comes with a 110cc engine.

The Activa 125 is powered by a single-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled, 124.9 cc engine which produces 8.6 bhp at 6,500 rpm and 10.12 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. A V-Matic transmission, similar to the regular Activa, is used on the 125.

Honda Activa 125 taillamp at Auto Expo 2014
The range-topping disc brake model would be priced above INR 60,000.

The drum brake version comes with 130 mm drums for the front and rear and with Honda’s CBS (Combi Braking System). The disc brake variant uses a 190 mm front disc, while the rear uses the same 130 mm drum.

View the Honda Activa 125’s brochure

The scooter is available to pre-book in four body colors: White, Black, Blue and Silver. Competition for the Activa 125 will come mainly from the Suzuki Access 125.

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One thought on “IAB Report – Honda Activa 125 bookings start for INR 5,000, month-end launch

  1. Pkmohapatra says:

    Its OK.but actually true story from all angel including seating comfort good get up at fascia and above all oil consumption need to be high lighted .Now large number of vehicles with high consumption of oil being brought to India. The oil which need to be saved for future use seen exhausted by these vehicles in the country. If mindset differ pl. Overlook .

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