Honda CB Twister to be replaced by Honda Livo - Report
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The name 'Livo' has been confirmed.
Honda will announce a new product that will replace the Honda CB Twister 110 bike this year. Called as the Honda Livo, the new bike is part of the 15 product launches that Honda has in the pipeline for the Indian market, reports GaadiWaadi.
A slew of spyshots of the bike has surfaced online which reveals the bike sporting a design influenced by the Honda CB Unicorn 160. The name "Livo" has been confirmed via the bike's hexagonal instrument dials.
The dynamic styling targets the young audience, as seen in the sleek headlight cowl, muscular fairing for the fuel tank and sporty riding position. The Livo seems to borrow more than the platform from the Honda Dream series of bikes, judging by certain familiar elements such as rear shocks, front mudguard and the turn indicators, while the taillight is a redesigned version of the unit found in the Dream bikes.
Power is sourced from the CB Twister’s 110cc motor albeit with more refined power delivery and improved fuel efficiency figures. In the Twister, the engine produces 9 bhp at 8,000 rpm and 9 Nm at 6,000 rpm. It may also retain the 4-speed multi wet-clutch gearbox.
Honda Livo - Image Gallery