Honda Aviator is the third scooter that Japanese maker offers in India after the Activa and the Dio. The Aviator with its tallish look and ‘Live your style’ slogan targets is mainly targeted towards male riders.
Sitting at the top of current Honda scooters line-up in India, the Aviators gets the same engine that powers the Dio and the Activa. The 109cc single cylinder air-cooled engine churns out 8bhp at 7000rpm and maximum torque at 8.77Nm at 5500rpm. The scooter gets the V-Matic transmission and can be started using kick start as well as self-start option. With the recently updated Honda Eco Technology (HET) the scooter has company claimed efficiency of 60kmpl.
The Aviator is sold in two variants in India, STD and DLX. The only difference between the two is that the STD version gets drum brakes, whereas for the DLX variant gets a front disc with Combined Braking System (CBS).
The Aviator is sold in two variants in India, STD and DLX. The only difference between the two are that the STD version gets drum brakes, both at the front and the rear whereas for the DLX variant, the scooter gets a front disc with Combined Braking System (CBS) which is a good safety feature to have. The Aviator competes with the Yamaha Ray ZR and the TVS Jupiter MillionR edition. The Aviator is priced at Rs 53,792 (ex-showroom, Delhi)