The newly launched Activa 5G Limited Edition model has received few aesthetic updates and two new dual tone colour options
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) had recently launched the limited edition Activa 5G scooter in the country. The limited edition model gets two new dual tone colour options alongside a few cosmetic updates as well. The prices of the Activa 5G Limited Edition models start at Rs 55,032 (ex-showroom) for the STD trim while the DLX trim is priced at Rs 56,897 (ex-showroom).
In this video, you will find the changes that the newly launched scooter has received which will help you to differentiate between the standard and the limited edition models. Like we already mentioned above, the Activa 5G Limited Edition model is available in two new dual tone colour options – Pearl Precious White with Matte Selene Silver, and Strontium Silver Metallic with Pearl Igneous Black.
Besides the new colour options, the scooter also features new graphics across its body. You can also find the ‘limited edition’ stickers on the side body panels of the scooter. The rims of the scooter have also been blacked out as well. The exhaust muffler also gets an additional chrome cover on it.
The inner side of the front apron, seat cover, and the grab rail are finished in brown or black colour (depending on the colour options that the customer chooses) that adds a premium appeal to the scooter. The addition of all these aesthetic updates has definitely helped in making the Limited Edition model more attractive than the standard variant.
Apart from all the above-mentioned changes the Honda Activa 5G Limited edition scooter hasn’t received any mechanical updates at all. It is still powered by the same 109.2 cc air-cooled engine. This unit produces about 8 bhp of peak power at 7,500 rpm and 9 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm. The engine is paired to a CVT gearbox.
Honda is also working on the new Activa 6G as well that will most probably launch soon in India. Expect the upcoming scooter to feature a redesigned front apron, updated instrument cluster, new telescopic suspension setup and disc brakes for better stopping power. The engine will also comply with the upcoming BS-VI norms that will come into effect from April 2020 onwards.