Honda Launches 2023 Livo Motorcycle In India At Rs 78,500

Honda has launched the new Livo motorcycle in India, starting at Rs 78,500. The motorcycle is available in two variants, Drum and Disc, priced at Rs 78,500 and Rs 82,500, respectively. The difference between the two variants is the braking system.

The new Livo is priced at Rs 78,500 for the Drum variant and Rs 82,500 for the Disc variant. The difference between the two variants is the braking system. The Drum variant gets drum brakes on both wheels, while the Disc variant gets disc brakes on the front wheel.

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has launched the 2023 Livo motorcycle in India at a starting price of Rs 78,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new Livo is available in two variants: Drum and Disc.

The 2023 Livo is powered by a 109.51cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces 8.5 hp and 9.30 Nm of torque. In terms of features, the 2023 Livo gets a semi-digital instrument cluster, a side-stand indicator, and a USB charging port.

The 2023 Livo is available in three colour options: Athletic Blue Metallic, Matte Crust Metallic, and Black. Honda is offering a 10-year warranty package (3 years standard + 7 years optional extended warranty) on the 2023 Livo.

Here are some new features of Livo:

New graphics:
The new Livo gets several cosmetic updates, including new graphics, a bold tank design, new shrouds, and a sharp tail light design.

Bold tank design:
The fuel tank on the new Livo is more angular and has a more pronounced shape.

New shrouds:
The shrouds on the new Livo are also new. They are more integrated with the fuel tank and give the motorcycle a more streamlined look.

Sharp tail light design:
The tail light on the new Livo is also new.

Integrated engine start/stop switch:
The new Livo gets an integrated engine start/stop switch. This switch allows the rider to start and stop the engine without using the key.

Externally placed fuel pump:
The fuel pump on the new Livo is externally placed. This makes it easier to service and replace the pump.

Combi-brake system (CBS):
The new Livo gets a combi-brake system (CBS). This system automatically applies the rear brake when the front brake is applied.