Hey guys Hi! and welcome to Bike Details Pro a place where you will get all the details regarding the bikes available in India all the details i mean like mileage, price, photos and reviews as well. In today article of mine i will be telling you regarding Honda Aviator one of the major gearless scooter which Honda offers in India, i will be tell you first some facts about Honda Aviator and after that will show you some of the pictures of Honda Aviator and after that technical specifications of this gear less scooter.
So Honda Aviator is one of the best selling Gear less scooter in India along with the other gear less scooters available by Honda like Honda Activa-i and Honda Dio, if you wish to read about them you can do so by clicking on their name and you will be redirected to those articles where you will find about those gear less scooters. When we compare the sale of Honda Aviator with the other gear less then the sale is less comparatively but still Aviator is a good choice.
In Honda Aviator we can get Disc brake for the front wheel this is an optional feature which we can get in this. But the other features of this are same as that of Activa-i and Dio. Honda Aviator is powered with the same 110 cc engine which powers Activa and Dio of Honda company. We get 6 liter fuel tank in Honda Aviator, at front we get telescopic suspension which works awesome, at back we are getting spring loaded hydraulic suspension even this works quiet good. The engine can produce 8 bhp power at 7500 rpm, the ground clearance in Honda Aviator is 145 mm, the total weight of this scooter is 109 Kgs.
The mileage which we get in this scooter is good which is 66 kmpl which makes Honda Aviator a fuel economy scooter. The looks of this scooter suits Male riders a lot, the tag line of this scooter live life your way suits Honda Aviator. The engine we get in this is of HET (Honda Eco Technology) engine, we are getting combine braking system as well, combine braking system is available in the Disc brake version of this scooter also. Now let us have a look at technical specifications.