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Honda Activa Premium version launched at Rs 75,400 | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

The Premium version prices Rs 3,000 greater than the usual Activa 6G and comes with a number of beauty updates.

Honda Bike and Scooter India (HMSI) has launched the Activa Premium at Rs 75,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi). At this worth level, it’s dearer by Rs. 3,000 than the usual Activa 6G and Rs. 1,000 greater than the DLX variant of the Activa 6G. 

Honda Activa Premium: New pores and skin, similar Activa 6G beneath

The Activa Premium will get a considerable variety of beauty touches that differentiate it from the usual Activa 6G. It is available in three colors which can be unique to it and it additionally will get a gold end to quite a lot of elements, that are both naked steel or have a chrome end on the usual Activa 6G. On the Activa Premium, the wheels, the Honda and Activa Premium logos, and the entrance apron’s gildings, all have a gold-coated end to them. Together with these modifications, the seat and the plastic cladding on the interior physique are completed in brown moderately than the black on the usual Activa 6G. 

Beneath all these modifications, although, are the identical underpinnings discovered on the evergreen Activa. The 109.5cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine makes 7.7hp at 8,000rpm and eight.9Nm of torque at 5,500rpm, and is mated to a CVT gearbox. It additionally encompasses a silent electrical starter with an old-school kick-starter as customary. The Activa Premium runs on the identical pair of metal wheels discovered on the usual Activa 6G, shod with a 90/90-12 entrance tyre and a 90/100-10 rear, each of that are tubeless. Its braking {hardware}, too, continues to be the identical, with a 130mm drum brake each on the entrance and rear. The underbone body, the telescopic fork and three-step adjustable hydraulic shocks are additionally carried over from the Activa 6G.

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