Honda Aviator : Review

Honda Motors India launched the new product with the expectations at peaks. The scooter is none other than ‘Aviator’. After some sales, the bike maker made some tweaks so as to make it a decent model in the lineup. Honda Aviator now surely attracts even more customers with wide variety of refreshments. Continue reading.

 DESIGN & STYLING

Honda Aviator is the muscular boy which gets boasted with some contemporary updates. The front fascia of the scooter is now pulled upward to enhance the appearance of the scooter from the front angle. While the wide seats that are mounted at a height of 790 mm provide better comfort to both the rider & pillion.

The rear gets a trapezoidal tail lamp with clear lens turning indicators appears to be contemporary and stylish as well.

The Honda Aviator now weighs around 109 kgs which is easy for the rider to handle and control the scooter under all circumstances.

The robust build quality is the big asset to the scooter. The 6-liter sturdy fuel tank is more enough for the scooter which gives good mileage and also lasts long.

 PERFORMANCE

The 109.20cc, 4-stroke, single cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces an enormous power output of 8bhp @ 7,000 rpm and a torque of 8.7Nm @ 5,500 rpm completes the drivetrain duty.

The Honda Eco Technology (HET) tunes the combustion and hence, optimizes the transmission and reduces friction in the engine which makes the motor to claim efficient fuel figure of 60 km/l.

The 9:5:1 is the compression ratio of the Aviator with a bore stroke ratio of 50mm x 55.6mm.

 DRIVING DYNAMICS

The 910/100-12 & 90/100-10 front and rear tubeless that comes fitted with 12-inch and 10-inch alloy wheels that ensures better conditions on the tarmacs.

The braking duties are carried by a 130 mm drum brakes at both the front & and an optional 190 mm disc brake also work to provide better performance. While the Honda’s combined braking system (CBS) makes the work done, which aids the rider to perform braking mechanism effectively.

On the other hand, The swing arm with coil spring with shock absorbers at the rear and telescopic forks at the front complete the suspension mechanism.

The rider now gets facilitated with high visibility of the roads under dark conditions with the help of  12V-35/35W headlamp setup.

Hence, Honda Aviator is a friendly scooter that restricts the user from visiting the garage infrequent intervals, which results in money saving.

 WHAT ABOUT PRICING?

The Honda Aviator gets accessible in 3-variant that gets priced at a start range of INR 60,451, which is reasonably priced.

 IS IT BEST?

Honda will not disappoint us with the 2-wheelers. So, this the scooter that satisfies all the needs of the rider to the utmost. The performance is decent, the design is good and what else, everything is gets served by the scooter. Go with Honda Aviator if you get fed up with existing lineup.

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