Honda Aviator

The Honda Aviator is one of the best bikes around. The scooter has been given a different look and it is designed on the lines of Honda's Fire blade. It has a futuristic look but not one that is edgy and angular. It has its own set of curves and has triangular blinkers which are placed vertically on the two horizontal ends of the front.

The Hero Honda Aviator is fourth in the Honda scooter range following the successful sales of Activa, Dio and Eterno. The Hero Honda Aviator has a 4 stroke, single cylinder 102 cc engine that churns out 7 bhp at 7000 RPM. The Aviator comes in two models viz Standard and Deluxe and five appealing colors viz

  • Pearl Igneous Black
  • Rebel Red
  • Berry Purple
  • Space Silver
  • Monsoon Gray.

Quick Notes on Honda Aviator

  • 12" alloy wheel is provided for in the front tyre of the bike for Stability and Superior Control
  • 190mm disc brake at front and 130mm drum brake at the rear for better braking action
  • Sleek panel with a clear speedometer which is easy to read and comes with a fuel gauge
  • Distinct left and right indicators on both the side
  • Chic Blue Back light for the markings on the instrumentation
  • Inner body panel under the handlebar is body-colored. - A first time ever in a bike

The part of the Aviator that comes under the rider's hips has a shape that is scooped diagonally. The upper part of the crease that is formed by the shape starts from the foot board's end and runs through the rear of the scooter till the rear blinkers. There is a wide, chiseled grab rail that only adds the muscular factor to the rear.

The plus point of the bike is its built, good fit and commendable finish. The negative points of the Honda Aviator are its price, unusual looks and the same technology used in Honda Dio.