We had already told you about Honda's plan to bring 15 products to India this year and the blitzkrieg started in February - with the Activa 3G. Keeping their promise, the company launched refreshed versions of their 110cc scooters - the Aviator and Activa i - today.
Mr Keita Muramatsu, President & CEO, HMSI spoke about Honda's plans for India and how crucial a market India is for them. The company plans to sells 50 lakh units and this should be the turning point of Honda in India.
Though Aviator already had the muscles, Honda has given it some more. This front heavy scooter now comes with some additional chrome to make it more attractive. Honda has priced the Aviator at ₹ 50,863 for the standard variant and ₹ 56,209 for the Deluxe (both prices ex-showroom, Delhi)
Powering the Aviator is the same 110cc engine that is capable of 8bhp and 8.7Nm of torque. The company has also introduced a new colour option, new silver strand metallic colour, in addition to the existing choices. The scooter will be available across India by end of this month.
Along with the Aviator, the company also launched a refreshed version of the Activa i. The Activa i too sees some changes to the exterior and the deluxe variant of the bike is also available with some floral decals. The floral decals, clearly is an attempt to target female customers. The Activa i also gets new colours, namely, pearl amazing white and orchid purple metallic. The standard variant of the Activa-i has been priced at ₹ 46,213 while the deluxe variant is priced at ₹ 46,703 (both prices ex-showroom, Delhi).