The Honda Aviator may not be a part of the Japanese brand’s BS6 product line-up. The 110 cc scooter has been discontinued in India.
Honda Aviator Features
The Honda Aviator has a simple design. It features a couple of large side turn indicators on the front apron. There is a decent-size handlebar-mounted LED headlamp. For added styling, Honda has also incorporated LED DRLs. The Aviator has a spacious floorboard. Its seat is large and comfortable. For the pillion, there’s a single-piece grab rail at the back. Talking about the back of the Aviator, it has a large taillight cluster that includes the rear side turn signals. Overall, the Honda Aviator has its own charm. Even though it doesn’t have any sharp body panels, aggressive-looking headlight, or a sportier exhaust, the Aviator managed to lure in buyers for its simple yet elegant appearance.
Honda Aviator Specs
Powering the Honda Aviator is a 109.19 cc single-cylinder engine. This air-cooled mill complies with the BS4 emission norms. It produces 8 BHP of maximum power at 7,000 rpm and 8.94 Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm. This engine is coupled to a V-Matic transmission.
As for the cycle parts, the Aviator has conventional telescopic forks at the front and spring loaded-hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. The braking duties are handled by an optional 190 mm disc brake up-front and a 130 mm drum brake at the back. CBS (combined braking system) comes as standard.