2013 Honda Aviator
The Honda Aviator is a no-nonsense scooter that has a lot to love. Despite its small displacement engine, the Honda Aviator comes with a pretty sporty design language and we especially like the sweptback front lights.
Once on board you are met by a handy handlebar fitted with easy to read controls and a pretty spacious seat which is combined with a set of roomy foot rests. Needless to say, that the riding position is of course, upright and comfortable.
The Honda Aviator is powered by a fuel efficient air cooled, 4 stroke, single cylinder, OHC engine with a displacement of 109cc. Fire up the engine and you’ll be rewarded with a maximum power of 6 Kw (8 bhp) at 7000 rpm and 8.77 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. To offer a hassle free riding experience, the scooter was fitted with a smooth V matic transmission.
Hit the jump for more information on the Honda Aviator.
2013 Honda Aviator
Engine:Air cooled, 4 stroke, Single Cylinder, OHC
Horsepower @ RPM:6
Torque @ RPM:6
Excluding style from the word go, the Aviator is for those who don’t have to try hard to impress. Toppped up with classy features, it adds to your quotient in more ways than one. Yes, the aviator is here. And it’s time for you to arrive. In style.
Never understimate the importance of a good posterior. With sweeping style side indicators, a body colored grab rail and a multi-reflector trail lamp, you’ll have every one following your trail.
Spacious underseat box
Your personal vanity box. 20 ltrs of space beneath the locking tilt up seat - ideal for your slim suits and pencil ties (works great for helmets too).
Garnished instrument panel
Style check. You don’t just check the speed and the fuel on this panel, you check it out. This elegant and distinctive instrument panel with garnish comes equipped with a fuel gauge.
Elegant and Dynamic front
Add a dash of chrome to your ensemble. A muscular metalic looj A stylized halogen powered headlamp. The Aviator’s new look is totally breathtaking.
|Engine type||Air cooled, 4 stroke, Single Cylinder, OHC|
|Max Power||6 Kw (8 bhp) @ 7000 rpm|
|Max Torque||8.77 Nm@5500 rpm|
|Ignition||Self & Kick|
|Battery||12 V-3 Ah, Maintenance Free Battery|
|Headlamp||35W / 35W|
|Suspension Front||Telescopic Suspension|
|Suspension Rear||Spring Loaded Hydraulic Type|
|Frame||Rigid underbone type|
|Dimension (DLX)||1802mm x 697mm x 1162mm|
|Dimension (STD)||1802mm x 703mm x 1162mm|
|Tyre front||90 / 90 -12 54J|
|Tyre rear||90/100-10 53J|
|Brake front (DLX)||Disc, 190mm Dia (With CBS)|
|Brake front (STD)||Drum, 130mm Dia (With CBS)|
|Brake rear||Drum, 130mm Dia|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||6 Litres|
|Air Filter||Viscous Paper Filter|
Overall the Aviator is a great scooter for any rider that loves this segment of vehicles. It looks great is fairly efficient and comes with a pretty good price too.
In terms of handling the scooter’s front end inspires enough confidence to make you feel safe behind the handlebar when dealing with tight corners at moderated and high speeds. Though, the rear end won’t inspire the same amount of confidence despite the relatively stiff suspension.
On the other hand the big front disc and rear drum brakes provide best in class stopping power.
As far as the engine is concerned the Aviator’s refined and user friendly 109 cc unit is able to put out enough power to help you deal great with the city traffic.