2018 Honda Aviator Launched; Prices Start From Rs 55,157

2018 Honda Aviator Price

The 2018 Honda Aviator has been made available in three variants – Standard, Alloy Drum and Alloy Disc.

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has rolled out the 2018 model year of the Aviator scooter. The 2018 Honda Aviator has been made available in three variants – Standard, Alloy Drum and Alloy Disc – and prices start from Rs 55,157 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The company has also announced the availability of the new 2018 Honda Activa-I that costs Rs 50,010 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Commenting on the launch of the 2018 Aviator and 2018 Activa-i, Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd, said, “Honda is leading India’s scooterization and is continuously extending its advanced upgrades across the scooter range. Now that we have added new attractive and convenient features, the 2018 editions of stylish Aviator & compact Activai are ready to hit the road with enhanced comfort.” Read – New Honda Navi Price & Details

2018 Honda Aviator Specs

The 2018 Honda Aviator receives subtle design changes along with a few new features and colour schemes. It features a LED headlamp with ‘Aviator’ signature inside it and position lamp at the front end. Other key updates include metal muffler protector and new instrument panel with a ‘blue’ backlit. Features such as front and retractable rear hook and 4-in-1 lock with seat opening switch make it more practical. Read: Honda Activa 5G – All You Need To Know

Honda offers two new paint schemes on the 2018 Honda Aviator, namely, Matt Axis Grey Metallic and Candy Jazzy Blue. The scooter also continues to come with the regular three shades – Orchid Purple Metallic, Lush Magenta Metallic and Imperial Red Metallic. Read – Upcoming Honda Bikes & Scooters In India

The 2018 Honda Aviator uses the same 109.19cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine that is good for 8bhp at 7,000rpm. It delivers a top speed of 82kmph. Transmitting power to the wheels is a V-matic gearbox. Sitting on the underbone chassis, the scooter comes fitted with 90/90-12 front and 90/100-10 tubeless tyres.

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