Honda Livo Price

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VariantPriceSpecs
Honda Livo Self Drum Alloy 55,933  (Ex-showroom, Mumbai)Drum Brake, Alloy Wheels
Honda Livo Self Disc Alloy 58,295  (Ex-showroom, Mumbai)Disc Brake, Alloy Wheels

Price by cities (Ex-showroom price)

Honda Livo Price - ₹ 55,933 onwards (Ex-showroom, Mumbai). It is available in 2 versions - Self Drum Alloy and Self Disc Alloy. See price of Livo in top cities: Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune and Chandigarh.

Honda Livo Summary

Honda Livo Price - ₹ 55,933 onwards (Ex-showroom, Mumbai). It is available in 2 versions. Livo has a mileage of 63 kmpl and a top speed of 86 kmph. Honda Livo is available in 6 different colours : Athletic Blue Metallic, Black, Sunset Brown Metallic, Pearl Amazing White, Imperial Red Metallic and Matt Axis Grey Metallic.

Livo key highlights
Price55,933
Top speed 86 kmph
Mileage 63 kmpl
Colours
  • Athletic Blue Metallic
  • Black
  • Sunset Brown Metallic
  • Pearl Amazing White
  • Imperial Red Metallic
  • Matt Axis Grey Metallic

Livo Specifications & Features

Specifications

  • Engine & transmission

    Displacement

    Cylinders

    Max Power

    Maximum Torque

    Bore

    Stroke

    Valves Per Cylinder

    Fuel Delivery System

    109.19 cc

    1

    8.20 bhp @ 7,500 rpm

    8.60 Nm @ 5,500 rpm

    50 mm

    55 mm

    2

    Carburetor

    Fuel Type

    Ignition

    Spark Plugs

    Cooling System

    Gearbox Type

    No. of Gears

    Transmission Type

    Clutch

    Petrol

    CDI ( Capacitor Discharge Ignition )

    1 Per Cylinder

    Air Cooled

    Manual

    4

    Chain Drive

    Wet Multiplate

  • Brakes, wheels & suspension

    Brake Type

    Front Disc

    Front Disc/Drum Size

    Rear Disc

    Rear Disc/Drum Size

    Calliper Type

    Wheel Size

    Drum

    No

    130 mm

    No

    130 mm

    --

    18 inches

    Front Tyre

    Rear Tyre

    Tubeless Tyres

    Radial Tyres

    Alloy Wheels

    Front Suspension

    Rear Suspension

    80/100-18

    80/100-18

    Yes

    Yes

    Yes

    Telescopic Fork

    Spring loaded hydraulic

  • Dimensions & chassis

    Kerb Weight

    Overall Length

    Overall Width

    Overall Height

    111 kg

    2,020 mm

    746 mm

    1,099 mm

    Wheelbase

    Ground Clearance

    Seat Height

    Chassis Type

    1,285 mm

    180 mm

    --

    Diamond

  • Fuel efficiency & performance

    Fuel Tank Capacity

    Reserve Fuel Capacity

    Fuel Efficiency Overall

    Fuel Efficiency Range

    Top Speed

    8.50 litres

    --

    63 kmpl

    --

    86 kmph

    0 to 60 kmph

    0 to 80 kmph

    0 to 40 kmph

    60 to 0 kmph

    80 to 0 kmph

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

Features

Speedometer

Fuel Guage

Tachometer Type

Tachometer

Analogue

Yes

--

No

Digital Fuel Guage

Tripmeter

Electric Start

Shift Light

No

No

Yes

No

Stand Alarm

Stepped Seat

No. of Tripmeters

Tripmeter Type

Low Fuel Indicator

Low Oil Indicator

Low Battery Indicator

Pillion Backrest

Pillion Grabrail

Pillion Seat

Pillion Footrest

No

No

--

--

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Antilock Braking System

Killswitch

Clock

Electric System

Battery

Headlight Type

Headlight Bulb Type

Brake/Tail Light

Turn Signal

Pass Light

No

No

No

--

12V 3(MF)

Halogen Bulb

12V 35/35W

--

Yes

Yes

About Livo

The Honda Livo is a commuter motorcycle which shares the lucrative 110cc segment with its sibling, the CB Shine. The bike has been targeted at urban and rural customers who need a stylish commuter motorcycle, which doesn’t compromise on fuel efficiency.

The Honda Livo is a commuter motorcycle which shares the lucrative 110cc segment with its sibling, the CB Shine. The bike has been targeted at urban and rural customers who need a stylish commuter motorcycle, which doesn’t compromise on fuel efficiency.

While the styling seems inspired by the CB Twister, the body panels Livo get a completely new design to give it a fresh look. The sculpted fuel tank gets aggressive fibre extensions while the bikini fairing around the headlamp gets an edgy shape. The entire bike, except for the fuel tank, panels, headlamp cowl, mirrors and the suspension springs gets a blacked-out theme, giving it dark undertones.  The upright handle bar, positioning of the foot pegs and the long seat have been designed to minimise strain during commutes as well as long rides. The Livo comes with tubeless tyres and six-spoke alloy wheels as standard while a front disc brake is offered as an optional extra.

The Livo is built around a diamond frame borrowed from the CB Twister. Powering the Livo is the tried and tested 110cc four-stroke single-cylinder engine that comes with Honda Eco Technology (HET). The engine puts out 8.2bhp and 8.63Nm of torque through a four-speed transmission, and returns with a company claimed fuel efficiency of 74kmpl. The Livo rides on conventional telescopic front forks and spring loaded hydraulic rear suspension.

The Livo is available in four paint schemes - athletic blue metallic, pearl amazing white, sunset brown metallic and black. Available in two variants, self-drum-alloy and self-disc-alloy, the Livo competes with other 110cc commuter bikes like the Hero Passion X Pro, TVS Star City Plus and the Mahindra Centuro.The Honda Livo is priced at Rs 55,933 (ex-showroom,Delhi)

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Honda Livo User Reviews

4.2 (106 ratings) 37 reviews
  • 4.3

    Visual Appeal

  • 4.2

    Reliability

  • 4.1

    Comfort

  • 4.1

    Service Experience

  • 4.0

    Value for Money

  •  4Adorable looks and smooth riding 2 days ago by Arpit Gautam

    Livo is a attractive and superior bike which has affordable price compare to other bikes in this range. The design of the new honda livo has been composed in such a way that it gives you comfort, it's practical and is created a bit sporty. It has the largest wheelbase

    • 4

      Visual Appeal

    • 4

      Reliability

    • 4

      Comfort

    • 4

      Service Experience

    • 5

      Value for Money

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    • Used it for

      Everything

    • Owned for

      6 months-1 yr

    • Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

  •  5Honestly this bike is amazing. 3 days ago by Kiran Kekan

    Honestly, this bike is amazing and i feel like this bike is talking to me. I am happy rider of honda livo. Safety point of view this bike is up to the benchmark. I am using this bike more than one and half year and crossed 10,000 kms in this journey i enjoyed rides in

    • 5

      Visual Appeal

    • 5

      Reliability

    • 4

      Comfort

    • 4

      Service Experience

    • 5

      Value for Money

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    • Used it for

      Daily Commute

    • Owned for

      > 1 yr

    • Ridden for

      10000-15000 kms

  •  4Best in range. Good looking 2 weeks ago by Mridul Bhatnagar

    I have checked the price of different bikes in showrooms but @bikewale.Com it is an amazing customer experience.After comparing prices of different bikes i came to a decision to buy livo. It was amazing to ride this bike. Comfortable. Perfect for a sales guy.Look wise

    • 4

      Visual Appeal

    • 5

      Reliability

    • 4

      Comfort

    • 5

      Service Experience

    • 4

      Value for Money

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    • Used it for

      Daily Commute

    • Owned for

      > 1 yr

    • Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

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Honda Livo Expert Reviews

TVS Victor vs Honda Livo: Comparison test
TVS Victor vs Honda Livo: Comparison test
27 April 2016
Vikrant Singh

Even after years of dominance and constant prayers from enthusiasts (to kill the entry-level class so that bike makers could concentrate their energies and monies towards developing more fun to ride and quicker motorcycles) the entry-level class is still king.

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Honda Livo: First Ride Review
Honda Livo: First Ride Review
08 September 2015
Ranjan R. Bhat

The Honda Livo was recently launched as a spiritual successor to the CB Twister. Sold alongside the Dream series of 110cc commuter bikes, the Livo is the most expensive small-capacity commuter in the Japanese manufacturer’s line-up. While the Twister was one of the most...

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