Scoop! Honda Livo To Launch In July, 110cc Engine Confirmed, [Updated]

Honda Livo 110cc

Honda Livo launch is all set to happen in July, Advertising and marketing begins

Honda is a on roll in India and its rolling so fast that the competition has started sweat a bit. Honda had announced it will launch 15 new models in to the market this year. Most of them turned out to be re-stickered models. Some expected upcoming launch includes the Honda Livo, re-stickered Honda CB Trigger and CBX, in which Honda Livo will come very soon as it’s official teaser image has been leaked. We brought you some exclusive spy shots of the Honda Livo some days back hinting launch is not far away. The teaser image leaked here depicts the same bikini fairing with the Honda 3D emblem badge on it. It is likely that the Honda Livo will be launched in the market by August-September 2016.

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Update 30/6/2015:
We have confirmation from dealers that a 110cc engine motorcycle is on the way and Twister is going to be phased out soon. These banners inside and outside of the showroom clearly are the pics which were leaked yesterday and now they are found in their full glory.

Honda Livo 110cc
Banners inside the showroom confirm the teaser which was myth till yesterday

Also Read: Honda Livo Spied Testing With Minimal Camouflage, Name Confirmed

The Honda Livo will come with 110cc engine and produce around 9 BHP of power and 8 Nm of torque from its HET engine. The pistons will be new and other changes to crankshaft and oil flow timing will be made to make it more economical. Gearing will be on the taller side to extract best mileage and driveability. The design is based on the new the Honda Unicorn 160 which turned out to be successful bike ever since the launch of its predecessor itself.

2015 Honda Livo
Honda is all set to launch Livo in full glory. “Time to Live, With the Livo” Rhymes well, doesn’t it?

Honda Livo launch will decide the fate of the Twister as it is most likely to replace it. Expect the motorcycle to look a lot more better in aesthetics and will also have the practicality which the older motorcycle did not have. Some of things that are set to change are better seats, more kit, more value for money and easier to ride. Pricing should be around Rs.55,000/- mark.

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