Honda Aviator 110 STD


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₹ 50,863
* Delhi. May vary.


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Scooter Category (cc) 100cc-125cc
Official Product Highlights (Key Features) New stylish inner footboard, legendary rear design, spacious under-seat storage, garnished instrument panel, graceful alloy wheels, elegant & dynamic front, comfortable up-right sitting posture, tubeless tyres
Type Scooter
Status Available
Official Tagline Live Your Style
Shades/Colors Royal Gold, Black, White, Red
Warranty Two Year or 24,000 Km
Frame/Chassis High Rigidiry Under-bone type
Displacement 109.19 cc
Maximum Power 8 Bhp @ 7000 rpm
Maximum Torque 8.77 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Engine Description Air cooled, 4 stroke, SI Engine
Cooling Air Cooling
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Bore 50 mm
Stroke 55.6 mm
Number of Cylinders 1
Air Filter Type Viscous paper filter
Gearbox Automatic V-matic transmission
Front Brake Drum 130mm (CBS)
Rear Brake 130 mm Drum (CBS)
Front Suspension Telescopic
Rear Suspension Spring Loaded Hydraulic Type
Front Tyre 90/100-12
Rear Tyre 90/100-10
Front Wheel 304.8
Front Wheel 304.8 mm
Rear Wheel 254 mm
Wheel Type Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 3Ah
Voltage 12V
Overall Length 1802 mm
Overall Width 703 mm
Overall Height 1162 mm
Ground Clearance 145 mm
Seat Height 790 mm
Wheelbase 1256 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 109 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 6 litres
0-60 kmph 9.95 secs
Top Speed 83 kmph
Mileage (City, approx.) 45 kmpl
Mileage (Highway, approx.) 60 kmpl
Mileage (Combined, approx.) 52 kmpl
Speedometer Analog
Fuel Gauge Analog
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Head Light 12V 35/35W

Honda Aviator 110 STD Review

15 Oct, 2015 11:27 AM


The Honda Aviator represents Honda’s third foray into the scooter segment of the market, one that it already dominates to a significant degree thanks to the success of the Honda Activa. So what does the Aviator offer drivers?

Design and Style

In terms of design, the Aviator is a total departure from the looks of the Dio or Activa. Its bold, futuristic aesthetic, inspired by the Fireblade, is clearly targeted at young adult male drivers who want to make a statement. In contrast to the softer design of the Activa, intended to be female-friendly, the Aviator has a distinctly masculine edge. The bike’s body, a highly rigid underbone chassis type, weighs 103kg dry, making it less bulky than the Honda Activa thanks to the combination of metal and highly impact-resistant ABS structure. The bike’s build quality is good, and it looks strong and sophisticated, with smart metal panelling and wrap-around turning indicators at the rear. There are few downsides to its clear and striking design, but the warning indicators are quite difficult to see in bright sunlight.

Instrument Console

The instrument console has much to recommend it, although the lack of digital display is disappointing for a modern vehicle of this kind. The analogue speedometer and fuel gauge are clear and easy to read, and the fuel, oil and battery indicators can all be read at a glance.

Engine and Gearbox

Honda Aviator 110 is powered by a 109cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled OHC Dream Mileage engine with a maximum power of 8 bhp at 8000 rpm and a maximum torque of 8.74 nm at 5500 rpm, making it above average in terms of power for a scooter of this kind. It comes with V-matic transmission.

Acceleration and Top Speed

With its powerful engine and lightweight body, the Aviator is capable of excellent acceleration, achieving 0 to 60kph in just 9.95 seconds, making it a bit speedier than the Honda Activa. Its maximum speed is roughly 85kph, a respectable achievement.


Honda claims that the Aviator boasts 15% better fuel efficiency than its previous models, but it’s not clear that this is borne out in reality. Like other gearless scooters, the Aviator’s fuel efficiency is disappointing to say the least, although its lighter frame means that it performs better than Honda’s other offerings in this market. Users have found that, as advertised, the Aviator delivers an average mileage of between 45 and 60 km per litre. Its fuel tank has a capacity of 6 litres. It is now powered by Honda Eco Technology Dream Mileage Engine.

Comfort While Driving

Overall, the Honda Aviator is a comfortable ride for all drivers. The bike’s upright KVTA seat has been well designed to position the driver in a stable and secure way that minimizes fatigue, even when riding for long periods of time. The shoe-type seats of the driver and pillion rider are longer, wider and more spacious, with plenty of space and comfortable footrests and pegs.

Safety Features

Honda Aviator features a generously sized multi-focal headlamp with a 35-watt halogen lamp. The patented Honda tuff-up tubes are present, helping to minimize the chance of tyre punctures by an estimated 70%. Disappointingly, the scooter lacks advanced locking system.

Storage Space

The Honda Aviator displays Honda’s emphasis on storage space, in recognition of the fact that the bike will be used by many families and inner-city commuters who have need of space to stow a few items. The under seat storage capacity is a generous 20 litres, an improvement on the 18 litres of the Activa – this places it equal with the Rodeo’s 20 litre capacity, large enough to fit a helmet or bag.

Suspension and Brakes

The Honda Aviator features front telescopic suspension; at the rear, it boasts unit swing suspension with spring-loaded hydraulic dampers. The front suspension is particularly effective on this bike, significantly improving the quality and comfort of the ride and providing better overall control and stability at high speeds, as well as lower vibration and feedback.

The Aviator Deluxe model features a 130mm drum or 190mm disc brake at the front, and a 130mm drum brake at the back. The Standard model features 130mm drum brakes on the front and rear. The brakes feel balanced, stable and, most importantly, responsive – even when travelling at high speed or carrying heavy cargo.

Ride and Handling

The bike’s handling is particularly good for moving in and out of traffic, and it sports good pick-up. The bike’s more refined mill offers a better ride with significantly less noise, and, coupled with the improved suspension, makes for a smoother and more stable ride than Honda’s previous models. Its wide tyres also contribute to its stability, and the bike does not display any bias during leaning, maintaining its balance well.

Tyre Size

While the other Honda models have retained a 10-inch wheel front and back, the Aviator is unusual in featuring differing sizes. Its rear wheel is the standard 10-inch (3.50-10 51J), but the front wheel (90/90-12 54J) has been bumped up to a meaty 12 inches, in order to accommodate a larger disc brake.


Honda Aviator 110 is available in four attractive shades: Royal Gold, Black, White and Red.


Like many scooters in this market segment, the Aviator includes few accessories – drivers wishing to customize their ride will have to purchase guards, body covers, bumpers, seat covers and other items separately.


Like the Activa, the Honda Aviator was launched in two versions: the Standard and the Deluxe. The differences between the two variants are not substantial.

Distinctive Features

Unlike many models in the market, the Aviator sadly does not feature a mobile phone charging socket, which is a small but significant oversight.

Reasons to Buy

An excellent transport whether you’re a lone rider or a family, the Honda Aviator handles well and offers excellent performance on a range of road surfaces.

Value for Money

Despite its poor fuel efficiency, the Aviator represents good value for money, whether you’re buying the Standard model or its slightly modified deluxe variant, thanks to a powerful, high-performance engine.


The Honda Aviator carves its own niche in the market by offering distinctive style, good performance, a comfortable ride, and ample storage space. Reliable and durable, it’s a ride that’s built to last, and look good doing it.


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richa malhotra | Updated 2 months ago
(2 users found this helpful)

I have completed almost 3 years on my Aviator and I have not been disappointed so far, in fact I have been pleasantly surprised just how good the scooter really is. ... read more

Best Features: Good build quality

Pros: Good build quality, huge under seat storage, muscular looks, comfortable seating position, powerful engine, good mileage

Cons: Heavy weight

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Deepika Arora | Updated one month ago
(1 users found this helpful)

I am using Aviator from 2013, it was my result time after 10th exams when I got my scooter. I have done everything on this scooter from the traffic cuts, crossing shallow streams, carrying heavy bags ... read more

Best Features: Mileage

Pros: Excellent ride quality, sturdy and stable, Brakes, Storage

Cons: Nothing really at this point

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