Update (13 November 2019): Check out the detailed walkaround video of the Honda Activa 5G Limited Edition by Indian Autos Blog below.
9 July 2019 -
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has revealed a new promotional video for the Activa 5G Limited Edition. The video captures the styling of the newly launched limited-run model.
The Activa 5G Limited Edition is available in two unique colour options. The dual-tone paint themes include Matte Selene Silver Metallic with Pearl Amazing White and Strontium Silver with Black. The limited-edition scooter, similar to the regular model, is available in two configurations – Standard (Std) and Deluxe (Dlx). It carries a marginal premium over the standard model. Check out the price* comparison in the table below:
In terms of styling, the dual-tone paint theme along with new graphics is visible throughout the bodywork. The headlight mask, front apron, fender and the body gets the new paint along with a Limited Edition sticker on either side. The Black and the Matte Selene Silver Metallic colours on the respective paint themes are visible on the centre of the apron. The limited-edition graphics include stripes, which are visible on the edges of the apron and the front fender.
The inner cover, the footboard region and the seat have a different finish on the two models. The Matte Selene Silver Metallic with Pearl Amazing White model variant gets a brown finish on the inner cove, seat cover and the footboard while the Strontium Silver and Black model uses a black colour for the same parts. Unlike the standard models, the engine gets a black finish. Lastly, the heat shield on the exhaust gets a chrome treatment for a premium look.
The changes are limited to visuals while the engine and hardware specifications are identical to the standard Activa 5G. Thus, the features list on the Activa 5G Limited Edition includes full LED headlight as standard. Propelling tasks are performed by the same 109.19 cc air-cooled motor that delivers 8.11 PS of peak power at 7,500 rpm and 9 Nm of max torque at 5,500 rpm.