- About Coverfox
The Aviator was Honda's third product in its Indian scooter lineup, after the Activa and the Dio. Produced and marketed squarely for the male riders, owing to its tallish looks and the 'Live your Style' tagline.
This bike represented the third foray in the scooter segment in the market.
Recently refreshed in 2015, the Aviator is offered in two variants – standard (STD) and deluxe (DLX). The only difference between these two variants is the presence of front disc brakes on the DLX, while the STD comes with basic drum brakes, both on the front and rear.
|Transmission||Automatic Chain Drive|
|Fuel Economy (kmpl)||50 kmpl|
This series of motorcycle has three models with each having their versions.
This series of scooters has 4 models with each having Standard and/or Deluxe version.
This series of motorcycle has 6 models with each having their own versions with different engine type, manual transmission and offered at different ex-showroom price.
This scooter has Standard version with 109 cc engine.
This series of motorcycle has Disc Self version with 125 cc engine and manual transmission.
This series has 3 models with each having different version.
This series has one Standard version with 1312 cc engine and manual transmission.
This series has DCT version with 1237 cc engine and manual transmission.
This series has two versions Standard and Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) ex-showroom price.
Coverage for any damages/losses caused to a third party.
Comprehensive coverage for your own two-wheeler.
Coverage upto the insured declared value in case of theft or
Benefits of cashless transactions through network garages.
My Honda bike insurance has already expired. Is vehicle inspection mandatory?
Yes it is mandatory- Fix up an appointment for the inspection of your Honda bike. Do note; this can invite a nominal fee. If the insurance company chooses to offer you the coverage, you can make the payment and get the policy in hand. However, if you are lucky enough, inspection may not be mandatory.
How does NCB work in case I buy a second-hand bike? Will I get No-Claim Bonus?
As a new owner it’s your obligation to get the existing two-wheeler insurance transferred in your name within the specified period from the date of transfer of RC. If you fail to do so and if you require raising a claim, the same will not be honored. For a favorable claim, the title on the RC of the two-wheeler and the insurance documents has to match. Also, please understand that the current owner can carry forward his existing No Claim Bonus (NCB) with him. He can use it to seek the premium discount if he purchases a new bike in future. Likewise, as a new owner, you will have to earn this bonus with each claim-free year. You can win a maximum of 50% discount on your own-damage premium with NCB.
Is an online policy valid?
Yes-an online policy is very much valid. You can also renew your Honda bike insurance policy with a debit/credit biked or even through net banking. Although, for expired policies you will have to contact us for an offline renewal process.
Should I opt for a single year insurance plan or a long-term insurance plan?
Will I get reminder for policy renewals if I buy from Coverfox.com?
Yes, you will receive reminders via SMS and email on renewals if you have bought the policy from Coverfox.com.
How is third-party insurance different from comprehensive two-wheeler insurance?
The third party bike insurance only covers your legal liability for any loss and damages to third party because of your bike. It will not cover you or your bike for any damages suffered. Whereas, a comprehensive bike insurance will cover your bike from instances of theft, fire and vandalism. It also protects from natural disasters such as cyclone, floods, earthquakes, or from civil disturbances such as riots, which damages your bike. A list of what perils are covered will be provided in the policy document. Make sure you go through the list to understand the protection being offered. Along with this, it also covers any legal liability arising due to the damages caused to any third party triggered by your bike.