Honda Activa 125 FI BS6 Scooter Launching Tomorrow in India; Likely To Be Priced From Rs 65,000
Honda Activa 125 FI BS6 Scooter Unveiled (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Honda Scooter & Motorcycles India (HSMI) will be launching the all-new Activa 125 FI BS6 variant in the Indian market tomorrow. The 2019 Honda Activa 125 will be the first BS6 compliant scooter which will be powered by a fuel injected engine along with some feature upgrades. According to the leaked specifications, the new Activa will be bigger in terms of dimensions than the outgoing model. Moreover, the scooter is also expected to get a price hike of around Rs 5,000 over the current model, which is priced at Rs 60,347 (ex-showroom Delhi). Honda Activa 125 FI BS6: India Launch, Expected Prices, Features & Specifications - All You Need To Know.

On the design front, the Activa 125 will receive subtle design updates giving a sharper look to the scooter. The company will also be adding chrome accents on the side panels to give a premium appeal. The scooter will get all-new semi-digital instrument console with side stand indicator. Moreover, we will also be seeing an apron mounted glove box as well as external fuel filler cap for easier access. Honda Activa 125 FI BS6 Scooter Unveiled in India: 5 Things To Know.

The new 2019 Honda Activa will be powered by a BS-6 compliant 124cc, fuel injected, single-cylinder petrol engine. The unit will be capable of producing 8.29PS of maximum power @ 6,500 rpm that is 0.34 PS lesser than the current model. The company will also be adding Idling Stop System that switches off the engine in traffic and turns it back on the twist of the throttle. Moreover, the ACG Starter Motor will ensure a quite startup. Honda Activa 125 FI BS6 Scooter Launching in India on September 11; Key Specifications Leaked Online.

Dimensionally, the forthcoming Honda Activa 125 will be 36mm longer, 3mm wider and 19mm taller than the outgoing model. It is believed that the scooter will be offered in three variants - front disc with alloy wheels, drum brakes with alloy wheels, and drum brakes with steel wheels.