Wednesday, January 30, 2013

New 2013 Honda Aviator-A Feature Rich Bike

The Japanese maker, Honda has recently removed covers from the new Aviator with a roar. The new model looks quite similar to the last two models like Honda Activa and Dio. However, the new Aviator shows a series of traits. It sports a fine combination of good technology and styling. Honda Bikes represent a class in the scooterette section. The technology which powers the Honda bikes is the key feature.
Honda Aviator
Honda Aviator is equipped with a 4-stroke, single cylinder, air-cooled, 109 cc engine with OHC technology. The enough powerful engine generates the maximum power of 8 bhp @ 8000 rpm and the peak torque of 8.74 at 5500 rpm to give a power-packed ride. Honda claims that the new Aviator is 15% more fuel-efficient than its other models. The bike manages to squeeze out a meaty mileage of 42-45 km/l on city roads whereas on highways it delivers the dream mileage of 60 km/l but it makes no sense as nobody generally goes on highways. The Honda Aviator Features a fine range of suspensions as the front is telescopic while the rear is spring loaded hydraulic dampers to bestow a ride full of comfort. The top speed of the Aviator is 85 km/h which is astounding. Honda has confirmed the safety measures by enabling the Deluxe model of the bike with the powerful 190 mm dia disc brake at the front as well as the rear brake is 130 mm drum with the new CBS technology for more improved braking system.
Honda Aviator
The new Aviator is available in two distinct variants, the standard and the Deluxe to lure the bike-lovers. In addition, the scooter flaunts in four vibrant colours such as: Royal Gold, Black, White and Red. All the colours have a significant effect. Honda Aviator Price is Rs. 53, 531* (Ex-showroom Delhi). There is no doubt that the price of the latest Aviator is very high as compared with other scootys available in the market. Honda Aviator Pictures a complete departure from the looks of Activa and Dio. The bold, futuristic design is inspired by the Fireblade with a distinct style. The use of plastic than steel in the body makes it a less bulky bike than Honda Activa. The bike is a much better option than the other two bike Honda and it has the quality to give its customer a ride they never had before. Go for the new Aviator!
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