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Honda Aviator Two Wheeler Insurance

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Honda Aviator

General Information:

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. 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.


  • The Aviator has been fabricated to look a bulky scooter, so that it is significantly differentiated from its stable sibling, the Honda Activa
  • The front fascia is characterized by a 'smiling' curved headlamp housing between the handlebars, while the turn indicators are placed on the front panel.
  • Another unique point in the Aviator's design language is the body coloured interior front panel, that provides an airy feel from the rider seat
  • The rear profile includes wraparound taillights with clear lens, and body coloured grab rails
  • Dimensionally, the Aviator scales 1802 mm in length, 703 mm in width and 1162 mm in height

Power & Performance:

Being a basic city commuter, the Aviator does not get any eye-boggling performance statistics. Instead it is programmed to exhale a linear power delivery that aids rideability in city traffic.


109 cc


8 bhp


9 Nm


Automatic Chain Drive


11 seconds

Fuel Economy (kmpl)

50 kmpl

Braking & Handling:

The Aviator boasts of a relatively better front and rear weight distribution as compared to the Activa, which aids its handling

  • Though the drum brakes do a decent job of stopping the scooter, the DLX variant is equipped with a front disc brake that further reduced stopping distance
  • A broad and sufficiently padded seat is a boon for both rider and pillion during long city runs
  • Optimum storage space under the seat further enhances the Aviator's practicality

What To Opt For:

  • A city commuter like the Aviator must be wrapped under a third-party insurance in order to make your office commutes even more relaxing
  • Want to live with the scooter for a relatively longer time? A comprehensive cover might enhance your mutual relation
  • Owing to a high resale value, the aviator is a high target for bike thieves. Hence an Anti-Theft package is highly recommended