The Honda Activa 6G is one of the best-selling scooters on the market, and its very name has become a byword for the vehicle's kind in the nation. Honda refreshed the Activa 6G early this year with a number of improvements, but the major revision to the scooter did not come until today. In order to simplify the scooter's branding, Honda has discontinued using the 6G suffix in conjunction with the Activa name. The revision has been implemented on Honda's website. The 'G' suffix was first introduced in 2015 with the launch of the Activa 3G. All subsequent generations of the 110 cc scooter, including the current 6G model, shared this design cue. The Japanese two-wheeler powerhouse looks to be streamlining the Activa brand. The Activa 110 and Activa 125 are now on sale, while the Activa Electric scooter is expected to be introduced before the end of the current fiscal year.
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Honda Activa: Features
The Activa includes a telescopic suspension at the front, a 12-inch front wheel, silent engine start tech, an external fuel lid, an engine kill switch, and 3-step rear adjustable suspension (preload adjustable). LED headlights will be an option on the DLX trim alone. As with the previous generation, the instrument cluster will remain analogue.
Honda Activa: Engine
The Honda Activa is powered by a fuel injected 109.5cc petrol engine that develops 7.68bhp at 8,000rpm and 8.79Nm of torque at 5,250rpm. The Activa comes with a fuel tank capacity of 5.3 litres with a kerb weight of 107kg and a ground clearance of 171mm.
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Honda Activa: Price
The current (ex-showroom, Delhi) pricing for a Honda Activa ranges from Rs 75,347 for the base (Standard) model to Rs 81,348 for the top-tier (H-Smart) model.
Honda Activa: Rivals
The Honda Activa is consistently one of India's best-selling scooters. It has dominated the Indian scooter market for many years. The TVS Jupiter, the Hero Pleasure Plus, the Hero Maestro Edge, and the Hero Xoom are some of the competitors of this model.
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