1. Honda Activa 6G
Honda Activa 6G comes up with a combined braking system of both wheels. This Activa 6G scooter weighs 107 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 5.3 liters.
Honda 2Wheelers India has updated its highest selling product and the country’s top-selling scooter, the Activa to comply with the BS6 emission norms. The latest iteration of the scooter, christened as the Activa 6G, gets several upgrades over its predecessor. While the new BS6 Activa 6G looks similar to its predecessor, the handlebar cowl, front apron, and rear panels have received minor styling revisions.
The updated feature list includes an external fuel filler cap, an engine start-stop switch, a silent starter, and a dual-function switch that opens the seat and external fuel lid. The biggest upgrade, however, is the addition of telescopic forks at the front. The scooter rides on 12-inch front and 10-inch rear wheels.
Mechanical specifications include a 109cc engine. The BS6-compliant motor uses a fuel-injection system instead of the carbureted fueling on the previous model. The updated motor produces 7.6bhp and 8.8Nm as against 8bhp and 9Nm on Activa 5G.
- 67,843 – 71,089 Get On Road Price
2. Honda Activa 125
Honda Activa 125 comes up with combined braking system of both wheels. This Activa 125 scooter weighs 111 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 5.3 liters.
Honda has updated its 125cc iteration of the Activa to comply with the newest emission norms, and the scooter has received several new features and styling upgrades during the transition. For starters, the BS6-compliant 124cc engine, which comes equipped with a fuel injection technology, produces 8.1bhp of power at 6,500rpm and 10.3Nm of peak torque at 5,000rpm. The motor also benefits from an ACG starter and Enhanced Smart Power (eSP), and tumble flow technology. Honda claims 13 per cent more fuel economy than its predecessor.
The styling cues have received a few tweaks, and the Activa 125 now packs an LED headlight along with apron-mounted LED position lamps. The full metal body and chrome highlights further improve the premium look of the scooter. Other convenience features on the BS6 model include a multifunction switch, Idling Stop System, pass switch, external fuel filler cap, and a front glove box. The safety net on the scooter includes a side-stand engine cut-off function and CBS.
The hardware comprises of telescopic front forks and three-step adjustable spring-loaded suspension at the back. The anchoring tasks are handled by a 190mm disc (top-spec) at the front and a 130mm drum setup at the back.
- 71,674 – 78,797 Get On Road Price
3. Honda Grazia
Honda Grazia comes up with combined braking system of both wheels. This Grazia scooter weighs 108 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 5.3 liters.
The Honda Grazia is to the Dio what the Activa 125 is to the regular Activa. It occupies a space alongside the Activa 125 that caters to the younger generation. The focus of the scooter is on generating more excitement rather than focusing on practicality. As such, it gets aggressive styling with ‘motoscooter’ looks which got sharper and edgier with the BS6 update.
The Grazia comes equipped with a host of features like LED headlamps and a twin digital instrument cluster that also includes a feature we haven’t seen on a scooter since the Kinetic Blaze – a tachometer! During the BS6 update, this console was tweaked to show additional data such as real-time fuel efficiency, distance-to-empty and more. There are other convenience-oriented features too including a side-stand indicator with engine cut-off, external fuel filler and an idling stop system, which is exclusive to the Deluxe trim.
It is powered by the same single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine that powers the Activa 125. In base form it incorporates drum brakes, but opt for the Deluxe variant, and you get a front disc brake. It rides on 12-inch and 10-inch alloy wheels at the front and rear, respectively. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic forks and a monoshock.
75,859 – 84,185 Get On Road Price