Wrapped in a new colour and subtle design upgrades, the new Honda Activa 5G scooter has been unveiled at the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo
Honda two-wheeler India has surprisingly introduced the Honda Activa 5G scooter at the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo. The new edition of the Activa scooter looks largely identical to the existing model, but it comes with subtle design upgrades which makes it look refreshing. Besides Activa 5G, the company has unveiled new editions of Livo, CB Shine, CB Shine SP, CB Hornet 160R, CBR250R. Moreover, Honda PCX electric has also made its India debut at the biennial event. But, the most exciting product showcased at the auto event is the new X-Blade 160cc motorcycle. Also See – 2018 Honda Goldwing price & Details
The new Activa 5G showcased at the Auto Event comes with a new yellow colour paint job. It also gets new graphics and slightly revised front end, which enhances the overall look of this scooter. This model comes equipped with the mandatory automatic headlamp on (AHO) function along with some feature upgrades. While the overall profile is similar to the existing model, the scooter has sharper character lines, a mobile charging point and retractable hook in front. It is equipped with Honda’s Combi Brake System (CBS) with equalizer technology.
For people not in the known, Honda Activa nameplate was introduced in 2001 and it has been the first scooter in its league to cross 1.5 crore cumulative sales. With new features and subtle design upgrades, the new Honda Activa 5G could further enhance the overall sales of Honda in India.
The company hasn’t released the launch date of the new Activa 5G. We believe that the new model could be launched before the end of March 2018. We will update you as soon as
The new model comes with just cosmetic makeover, which could make it a slightly more expensive than the outgoing model. We believe that the new scooter could be priced between Rs 51,000 and Rs 54,500.
The new Activa 5G is powered by the same BS4 compliant powertrain that is benefitted with the Honda Eco Technology (HET). This 109cc engine is capable of producing a maximum power output of 8bhp at 7,500rpm along with a peak torque of 8.83Nm at 5,500rpm. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel via a CVT gearbox.