|Mileage :||60 Kmpl|
|Engine Displ. :||109.19 cc|
|Brakes Front :||Drum|
|Power :||8.11 PS @ 7500 rpm|
|Kerb Weight :||109 Kg|
|Starting :||Kick and Self Start|
|Wheels Type :||Alloy|
|Tyre Type :||Tubeless|
|Digital Fuel Indicator :||Yes|
|Standard Warranty (Years) :||2|
11 June 2018: Honda launched the Activa 5G at the Auto Expo 2018. Though it’s being touted as new, it only gets a few feature updates. With no cosmetic or mechanical change, when compared to the Activa 4G. In tis 5th update, the Activa gets an all LED headlamp unit, a key slot with remote seat opener that’s derived from the Honda Grazia and a semi-digital instrument console that only available on the Deluxe variant. The Honda Activa 5G is available in 8 colours, of which the Dazzle Yellow Metallic is a new addition, and in person this colour does look attractive.
The Standard variant of the Honda Activa 5G is priced at Rs. 53,019. The Deluxe variant of the Honda Activa 5G costs Rs 54,884 (Both prices, Ex-Showroom Delhi).
|Features||Honda Activa 5G Rs. 52,443 View On Road Price|
|No Of Gears||CVT|
|Top speed||83 Kmph / 90.77 kmph|
|Featured Hero Maestro Edge Rs. 49,900 Compare with Activa 5G|
|TVS Jupiter Rs. 50,566 Compare with Activa 5G|
|Honda Activa 125 Rs. 59,621 Compare with Activa 5G|
|Suzuki Access 125 Rs. 55,045 Compare with Activa 5G|
|Honda Grazia Rs. 59,622 Compare with Activa 5G|
|Honda Dio Rs. 50,296 Compare with Activa 5G|
|Yamaha Fascino Rs. 54,593 Compare with Activa 5G|
|Honda Aviator Rs. 53,176 Compare with Activa 5G|
|TVS NTORQ 125 Rs. 59,650 Compare with Activa 5G|
|Hero Duet Rs. 47,250 Compare with Activa 5G|
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We find out if the updates on the Activa 5G are just cosmetic or run much deeper, and whether they’re enough to keep this best seller at the top of its game
On the design front, the Honda Activa 5G remains unchanged when compared to its predecessor. However, it gets a host of new features such as an LED headlamp and semi-digital console (Deluxe Variant), a mobile charging socket (optional) and an additional baggage hook behind the front apron. It also features a new four-in-one ignition slot, which has been derived from the Honda Grazia. There are 8 colours to choose from on the Activa 5G. Amongst which, the Dazzle yellow Metallic shade, is the latest addition.
Powering the Activa 5G is the same engine that we saw on the previous generation Honda Activa. This 109cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine delivers 8PS of power at 7500rpm and 9Nm of torque at 5500rpm. Suspension duties are still taken care of by the age-old bottom-link unit at the front and a hydraulic monoshock unit at the rear. Meanwhile, braking is done via 130mm drum brakes on both ends, with Honda's combi brake system (CBS) available as standard. Honda has equipped the Activa 5G with 10-inch wheels shod with 100/90 section tubeless tyres.
The TVS Jupiter checks all the boxes when it comes to convenience and practicality. It features a low fuel indicator, external fuel filler cap, a USB charging socket (optional), telescopic forks and an optional front disc brake with sync braking. Add to that a frugal engine, a more modern CVTi transmission and better ride quality with a broader seat, and the TVS Jupiter makes a great case for itself.
Hero Maestro Edge
The Hero Maestro Edge marks the company's first scooter to be indigenously designed and developed in-house. It makes an impressive style statement with its bold yet chiseled styling with funky graphics. The Hero Maestro Edge also showcases some handy features like a semi-digital console with a service reminder, telescopic forks, integrated braking, external fuel filler and underseat storage lamp. However, the build quality doesn’t match up to the Honda or the TVS.
Although the upgrade to LED headlights and the semi-digital console on the newer generation Honda Activa can’t be termed as a generation upgrade, it is crucial towards strengthening the Activa’s position in the Indian two-wheeler market further. Otherwise, the TVS Jupiter comes across as a more premium offering, considering the level of comfort, refinement, quality and practical features on offer. That said, we are certain that the Activa brand will continue to maintain its position as the best-selling scooter in India, owing to the name it has made for itself over the past decade.
Does the fifth-generation version of India’s best-selling two-wheeler have what it takes to stay on top of the table? Let’s find out
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Now offered in two variants, the legendary scooter gets subtle updates for a minor price hike
|Delhi||Rs. 52,443 onwards|
|Mumbai||Rs. 55,188 onwards|
|Bangalore||Rs. 55,646 onwards|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 55,201 onwards|
|Chennai||Rs. 57,845 onwards|
|Kolkata||Rs. 57,550 onwards|
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