October 4, 2022
The look of Honda Livo BS6

Honda Livo BS6 is one of the latest motorcycles that will be launched soon in the coming month. This motor is said to be related to MegaPro. As can be seen from the teaser video uploaded by YouTube channel 2 Honda Wheelers India, this Honda Livo will soon be launched in the Indian market.

After successfully launching the Grazia 125, which is under the BS6 emission rules, this is followed by the launch of Livo. This is one of the efforts of Honda’s manufacturers to equalize the entire line-up of their motorcycles in accordance with existing emission regulations.

Honda Livo BS6 Look Vs. MegaPro

When viewed in appearance, this motorbike will remind everyone of MegaPro. One part of the Honda Livo that looks similar to MegaPro is the headlamps. Honda’s headlights have a reasonably large shape. The top of the lamp also has a sufficiently thick shell. This will make all who see it remember with MegaPro. Although this motorbike is still almost new, the lights have not used LEDs. Alias ​​still uses V-shaped halogen lamps

Furthermore, the Honda Livo BS6 has a semi-digital instrument panel. Complete with optional front disc brakes. Honda features like Enhanced Smart Power, or eSP will make maximum performance on this motorbike. So that this motor will be more fuel-efficient. Morover eSP, there is also an ACG starter feature. So the engine is very smooth when turned on.

Various other components, such as dual rear shock breaker and telescopic front forks, are likely to be maintained. Meanwhile, the braking section of this motorbike will use front and rear drum brakes for the standard model. But there are also higher versions that have used front disc brakes. This motorcycle also gets a CBS or Combi Braking System as a standard.

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Honda Livo Engine

As reported by Gaadiwaadi, the Honda Livo BS6 is powered by a 1qo cc injection engine. To be precisely using a 109 cc engine with one air-cooled cylinder. This machine has also passed the BS6 regulatory policy. This engine was taken from the Honda CD 110. This performance can produce 8.7 hp of power at 7500 rpm with a torque of 9.3 nm at 5500 pm.

The type of engine used is the same as the Honda Beat in Indonesia. The power and torque will be distributed to a 4-speed transmission. When compared to MegaPro, it’s very different. Because the Honda MegaPro used a 150 cc engine in its day.

Digital together with Analog unification

When we talk about the instrument cluster that this motorbike has, the Honda Livo BS6 uses a digital and analog combination. The digital display is given on fuel information, time, and odometer. As for the speed indicator, this motorbike still uses analog instruments.

If you want to have this motorbike, this motorbike comes with 5 attractive color variants. Honda Livo is available in five color schemes. It starts from black, brown, gray, blue and red. This motor is available with self drum alloy and self disc alloy. Where is the choice of CBS for each variant? Honda Livo has competed with other 110cc commuter bikes, such as TVS Victor and Hero Passion X Pro.


About the price, the Honda Livo BS6 reportedly only sells for 12 million. But even though the price is affordable low, the new motorbike, which is the brother of Honda Megapro, does not have cheap quality. The proof is Livo has been claimed to be one of the environmentally friendly motorcycles by following the BS6 emissions. This motor has a 110 cc engine that is very smooth.

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This engine can produce fuel efficiency very well. They are supported with 5 steps adjustable suspension on the back. The performance of this motorbike is getting perfect, it is currently one of the most comfortable motorcycle choices economically smooth and good enough. But unfortunately, this motorbike has not been marketed in Indonesia.

Currently, the new Honda Livo BS6 is launched in India.

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