The limited edition Honda Activa 5G that was leaked yesterday has started reaching dealerships. Here's a brief walkaround video of the Activa 5G Limited Edition from what appears to be a Honda dealership warehouse.
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The limited edition Honda Activa 5G carries a marginal premium of INR 400 over the regular model that retails at INR 54,632*. The limited edition scooter will be available in Standard and Deluxe configurations. Two paint themes will be offered - Matte Selene Silver Metallic with Pearl Amazing White and Strontium Silver with Black.
The different paint and unique graphics are visible on the headlight mask, apron, front fender and on the sides. The Matte Selene Silver Metallic and the Black colours occupy the centre part of the apron on the respective models, while the limited edition graphics, which come in the form of stripes, sit towards the edges. The paint theme follows in the same pattern on the front fender. On the sides, there's a “Limited Edition” badge.
More changes follow behind the apron. The inner cover, the footboard region and the seat have a brown finish on the Matte Selene Silver Metallic with Pearl Amazing White model. The Strontium Silver and Black model, on the other hand, uses a black colour for the inner cover, footboard and the seat. The engine is in a black finish in both. The muffler cover has a chrome plating that adds a premium look to the package.
The equipment and mechanical specifications are the same as those of the regular Honda Activa 5G. The limited edition model is equipped with full LED headlight and CBS tech as standard and mounts a 109.19 cc air-cooled engine that makes 8 BHP at 7,500 rpm and 9 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm.
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The limited edition model is most likely aimed at clearing the stock of the existing scooters with BS-IV compliance. The company, as told by its Senior Vice President and Operating Head (Sales and Marketing), Yadvinder Singh Guleria, is working on the next-generation Activa that will use a BS-VI compliant motor and a new architectural platform.