It has been made available in three variants of Standard, Deluxe and Smart, whose prices are Rs 74,536, Rs 77,036 and Rs 80,537 (ex-showroom) respectively. company The scooter is claimed to have a smart find feature which allows the user to locate the scooter using the smart key. With this key, the user can lock and unlock the scooter without using the physical key. This key can start the engine of the scooter when it is within a radius of two meters. It also has an engine start and stop switch.
The Honda Activa H-Smart gets a longer wheelbase, new passing switch and DC LED headlamp. It will get 12-inch alloy wheels, telescopic front suspension and adjustable rear suspension. The company has Scooter The engine has also claimed to be made more powerful than before. Its 110 cc PGM-FI engine comes with Enhanced Smart Power (eSP) technology. The new Activa will compete with the already existing scooters like TVS Jupiter and Hero Maestro in the market.
The H-Smart technology present in this scooter will include an anti-theft system. The company already offers the Honda Ignition Security System in the premium versions of its scooters. It is likely to be included in other two-wheelers of the company as well. Last year was a weak one for the two wheeler segment. December retail sales of two-wheelers declined to 11,33,138 units. This was the lowest retail sales in December in the last three years. Last year this figure was 12,75,894 units. The reasons for this decline include reasons like increase in inflation and slowdown. Hero MotoCorp’s sales in December declined by 1,13,634 units to 3,30,175 units. The company had sold 4,43,809 units in December last year. Hero MotoCorp’s market share declined from 34.78 percent to 29.14 percent. The rise in sales of electric two-wheelers in the last few months has also impacted the market.