Rs. 56,980 - 60,627
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About Honda Livo

Honda has replaced the CB Twister with its new model, the Livo. It has a more mature design and the HET engine ensures an excellent mileage of 74 kmpl. In terms of performance, the Livo delivers 8.2 bhp of power and 8.6 Nm of torque. The bike is priced competitively at Rs. 52,989 for the base drum version. The bike features alloy wheels as standard and disc brakes as an optional extra. The bike is available in four colours

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Honda has passed on the GST benefits to its customers and prices for its two-wheelers have dropped between Rs 300 and Rs 700 depending on the state of purchase. The Honda Livo is the Japanese bikemaker's attempt to add some jazz in the rather dull commuter segment. The Honda Livo has been positioned as a premium commuter while the Honda Dream series are marketed as affordable commuter motorcycles. Honda is known for its conservative styling but that isn’t the case with the Livo as it gets sharp lines to make it stand apart. The chiselled tank with extensions and the trapezoidal headlamp give the Livo a modern look. So impressed were Honda with the design of the Livo that they didn’t even add any graphics to the 110cc motorcycle. But the simple looking clocks feel out of space on an otherwise well executed motorcycle. The Honda Livo is offered in two variants with the base priced at Rs 53,743 and the disc brake variant at Rs 56,246 (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi).

Honda Livo Price

Honda Livo prices start at Rs. 56,980 (Ex-Showroom) and the top end variant Honda Livo Disc CBS is priced at Rs. 60,627 (Ex-Showroom). Honda Livo is available in 4 variants and 5 colours.

Livo Variants Price List

Livo Drum Self and Alloy
109 cc | 74 kmpl
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Livo Drum CBS
109 cc
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Livo Disc Self and Alloy
109 cc | 74 kmpl
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Editor's View of Honda Livo

  • Upside

    Stylish design, Reliable engine, Impressive mileage

  • Downside

    Price on the higher side, Instrument console looks old, Stiff rear suspension

  • Our Verdict

    With its sharp lines, the Honda Livo does stand apart in the mundane looking commuter segment. The reliability associated with the Honda brand and the mileage are its trump cards but pricing is steep compared to rivals.

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Honda Livo Colours

  • Sunset Brown Metallic
  • Matte Axis Grey Metallic
  • Imperial Red Metallic
  • Black
  • Athletic Blue Metallic

Honda Livo Highlights


The single-cylinder, 109.19cc, air-cooled engine produces 8.3PS at 7,500rpm and 8.6Nm at 5,500rpm, mated to a 4-speed gearbox. For suspension, it uses telescopic forks at the front and adjustable dual shock absorbers at the rear. For braking, the commuter employs 130mm drum brakes at the front and rear. You can also choose to get a 240mm disc at the front. The bike gets 18-inch wheels shod in tubeless tyres. The Livo returns a claimed mileage of 70kmpl with a fuel tank capacity of 8.5 litres and reaches a top speed of 86kmph. The bike is extremely light and the disc variant stands at a kerb weight of 111kgs.

Design and Features

Honda Livo is a commuter with sharp, sporty features. At the front, it gets a stylish new headlamp, a black windscreen on top of it with fin-like air-ducts on the side. The curved fuel tank gets an aggressive shroud that extends into the long and sleek saddle. A grabrail on top of a compact taillight finish the look of the bike. While the bike looks appealing, the instrument console comprises of two rather odd looking hexagonal shaped analogue units. The Livo is available in six colours: black, white, brown, blue, red and grey.


TVS Victor: The TVS Victor is TVS' rather premium offering in the commuter range. It comes with a 109.7cc engine that churns out 9.6PS of power and 9.4Nm of torque. It offers a slightly better mileage than the Livo at 72kmpl (claimed). The bike gets a drum brake at the front and a 240mm disc at the rear. The Victor offers a front disc brake as an optional extra.

Hero Splendour iSmart 110: The Hero commuter too gets a 109cc engine that puts out 9.5PS of power and 9Nm of torque. It looks and rides a lot like the Livo and since Hero is a more prominent name in the motorcycle market than Honda, it is a fit rival for the same. However, the mileage on offer is low at 61kmpl.


The Honda Livo is a good entry-level option for youngsters with its sporty looks, good mileage and decent pricing. It can also do well in towns that require long distance travelling from place to place. The bike is BS-IV compliant and gets features like Automatic Headlight On, along with a low-maintenance battery and filter. However, optional ABS could have been a plus on the bike.

Honda Livo User Reviews

4.0 /5
123 Rating & 57 reviews
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Preferred For : Daily Commute

45% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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Devendra Singh
Devendra Singh 4.7 16 Aug 2018

To all friends who are short listing Livo as their first bike, or the next to the previous one or to transport fully loaded….or for the bumpy no-road areas….Just say yes! Go for it!I had a very tight budget and was looking for the perfect bike which could give me all…in a way…a perfect bike. Finally I arrived to the Honda…as I read the comments and it was already my first choice. NOT TO MENTION THE BLUE COLOR…WHICH I ACTUALLY WANTED AND EVENTUALLY GOT. I was given a test drive and I was left with no doubts that this is what I wanted.Now, I have been driving it for 2 months now…no complaints yet. It is an all-rounder bike. My pros and Cons are below…Pros…Fuel efficiency and mileage ,Great Looks and design,Good ground clearance,Good fuel tank capacity,for long drives,Very comfortable seats (front as well as back) Cons:Not suitable for drag racing ,No LED DRLs

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 70 kmpl
K S 2.6 24 Jan 2019

Be wise...Pros: Sporty lookCons: 1) Unbalanced body structure 2) Faulty gear box 3) Low pick up 4) Worst resale valueBefore buying this bike. Get the real-time opinion of users. Ask your neighbouring evaluator about the resale value of Livo. Don"t rely on online positive reviews. Be practical. Coz I own this bike

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 40 kmpl
K S 3.0 15 Mar 2019

Low pick up, Vibrates after economy speed, Worst resale value, and inherit engine problems. Do not trust just online reviews. Ask realtime users. Contact nearby bike evaluators. After knowing it's resale value,definitely you will not buy it.

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 45 kmpl
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The claimed ARAI mileage for the Honda Livo petrol is 74 kmpl.

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