Sitting at the top of the current 110cc Honda scooter lineup in India, the Aviator 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 of nearly 9Nm at 5500rpm. With the Honda Eco Technology (HET) the scooter has a company claimed efficiency of 60kmpl.
The Aviator is sold in three variants in India. The base model has steel wheels and drum brakes. Next, you can opt for alloy wheels but you still get drum brakes. Finally, you can get a front disc brake with alloy wheels. All three offer CBS combined brakes as standard.
For 2018, the Aviator also gets an LED headlamp, a metal muffler heat shield, and two hooks for bags. Also added to it is the four-in-one key slot for the ignition, which unlocks the seat from the ignition key slot itself. There is a new paint scheme for 2018, a red shade, bringing the total to four colours.
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)