Honda Aviator Scooter.

4:26 AM 2/11/2022

Honda Aviator

Honda Aviator Price.
Nepal: Rs 231,900/-
Sri Lanka: Rs 261,900/-+

The Honda Aviator is one of the best scooters available for sale in Sri Lanka Meanwhile in India the model has not been upgraded to the new BS-VI norms. So it will not be available for sale in India. It is powered with an air cooled 4 Stroke Single Cylinder engine with the capacity of 110 cc (6.7 cu in). The Honda Aviator scooter was recently redesigned to attract more customers with its new features. It is provided with new LED Lights, position lamps and 4 in 1 lock with seat opening facility from the front side. The Aviator scooter is not published in the official website of the Honda. After 2020 in India BS-VI models only will be allowed for sale. This Honda Aviator model is not upgraded to be a BS-VI model in India. So this won't be available in India for sale while spare parts for it is avaialble all over the world. If you like 110cc engine powered scooter then you can select either Honda Dio or Activa model scooter in India.

Honda Avaitor Price in Sri Lanka. BS-IV Model is Rs 261,900/- (2020). Currently Honda Aviator Scooter is out of stock in Sri Lanka due to Sri Lanka Government's vehicle import ban. Telescopic Front Suspension, Combi Brake with Equalizer, Auto Head Light on (AHO), Royal Seat and Inner cover, Classy Chrome front and Front Disc Brake are some of its best futures.

Discontinued Notice, India.
Honda Aviator Scooter production was discontinued in India from the year 2020. It is not upgraded to meet the BS-VI norms in India. On the other hand 125cc scooters are becoming more popular with the younger generation, specially with the College Students. So Honda decided to stop this model from its production line. The old models can continue to run on the streets while the company is supplying required spare parts for them through their dealers in India and other parts of the world. Meanwhile Honda is producing superior quality scooters with 110cc, 125cc and 150cc scooters for the Indian Two Wheeler market.

Honda Aviator Features.

New LED headlamp,
Mobile Charging Port
Position lamp,
4-in-1 lock with seat opener.
Royal Seat.
Chrome Front.
Smart Instrumental Panel
Front and rear hooks.
Metal Muffler Cover.
Alloy Wheels
CBS with Equalizer
Front Disc Brake
Tubeless Tyre.
20 Lt Storage.

Honda Aviator Specifications.

  • Engine: 109.19 cc (6.7 cu in), HET, four-stroke, air-cooled, OHC, single Cylinder. BS-IV
  • Starting Method: Self Start / Kick Start
  • Maximum net power: 5.89 kW (8bhp) @7000 rpm
  • Maximum net torque: 8.77 Nm @ 5500 rpm
  • Top speed: 83 km/h
  • Transmission: V-Matic
  • Suspension Front: Telescopic
  • Rear: Unit Swing with Spring Loaded Hydraulic Damper
  • Brakes: 130 mm drum or 190 mm disc for front wheel
  • Length: 1802mm
  • Width: 703 mm (27.7 in)
  • Height: 1,162 mm (45.7 in)
  • Seat height: 790 mm (31 in)
  • Weight: 109 kg
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 6 Lt (1.3 imp gal; 1.6 US gal)
  • Oil capacity: 0.8 L (0.18 imp gal; 0.21 US gal)
  • Fuel consumption: 55 km/L
  • Air Filter Type: Viscous Paper Filter
  • Starting Method: Kick and self
  • Top Speed: 82 Km/H
  • Tyre: Front and Rear - Tubeless

  • Front Suspension: Telescopic
  • Rear Suspension: Spring loaded hydraulic type
  • Onboard Battery: 12V, 3Ah (Maintenance Free)
  • Head Lamp: 35W

    Available Colors.

  • Pearl Igneous Black
  • Matt Selene Silver Metallic
  • Pearl Amazing White

Honda Aviator Scooter

Honda Aviator Scooter.

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