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Launched in India in June 2017.

Honda CLIQ is the first utility scooter to be launched in India. It follows the footsteps of the Honda Navi in terms of styling. The new CLIQ underpins the same 110cc Activa 3G engine found in the Navi. Honda has positioned this as a utility scooter with load carrying capabilities. It gets massive under seat storage space, rear carrier and wide floor board for carrying. Moreover, the block pattern tyres of CLIQ suits the varied Indian road conditions.

The design of new CLIQ attracts both male and female riders of the country. It looks sporty from the front with raked front apron and uncovered handle bar. This scooter sits very low and it is lighter with a maximum weight of 102kg. The CLIQ is powered by 109.19cc engine refined by Honda HET. Moreover, it is BS-IV compliant engine with least carbon emission. The mill delivers a maximum power and torque of 8.11 Ps and 8.94 Nm respectively. It uses the same suspension, brake and framework of the Honda Navi. Honda CLIQ is equipped with wide range of accessories like front screen, center box, rear grip, cap cover and floor cover.

Honda CLIQ is available in Standard and Graphics variants.

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Price Rs. 42,183 [Ex-showroom, New Delhi]

The given price can change depending on the colour and other features like alloy wheels, disc brakes, accessories etc.

State, City Ex Showroom Price On Road Price
Delhi, New Delhi Rs. 42,183 --
Karnataka, Bangalore Rs. 44,222 --
Maharashtra, Mumbai Rs. 43,781 --
Rajasthan, Jaipur Rs. 42,990 --
Rajasthan, Udaipur Rs. 43,523 --
Rajasthan, Ajmer Rs. 43,126 --
Tamil Nadu, Chennai Rs. 44,524 --
West Bengal, Kolkata Rs. 44,265 --
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Colours

Patriot Red, Morrocan Blue, Orcus Grey and Black



Technical Specifications
TypeScooter
Engine Displacement109.19 cc
Engine TypeFan Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine
Engine StartingElectric Push Start and Kick Start
Bore x Stroke50mm x 55.6mm
Compression Ratio9.5:1
Fuel SystemCarburettor
Cooling SystemAir Cooled
Maximum Power8 bhp @ 7000 rpm
Maximum Torque8.94 Nm @ 5500 rpm
TransmissionAutomatic (V-matic)
Top Speed83 kmph
Electricals
Battery12V 3Ah (Maintenance-free)
Head Lamp12V 35/35W
Brakes
Front Brake130 mm Drum
Rear Brake130 mm Drum
Chassis and Suspension
FrameUnder Bone Type
Front SuspensionSpring Loaded Hydraulic Type
Rear SuspensionSpring Loaded Hydraulic Type
Tyres
Wheel Type
Front Tyre10 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Dimensions
Length x Width x Height1745 x 695 x 1039 mm
Wheelbase1241 mm
Weight102 kg
Ground Clearance154 mm
Petrol Tank Capacity3.5 litres

First Impression Review

For the past couple of years, the demand for automatic scooter had risen in India. After all, Honda Activa has been leading the two-wheeler pack for more than 2 years to become the best selling and most popular two-wheeler brand in the country. Earlier in 2016, Honda launched a groundbreaking product called Navi, which is a moto-scooter and now they have come up again with a distinctive scooter called 'Cliq'.

Honda Cliq

The Design and Features
The new Honda Cliq follows some of the design principles of Honda Navi. Its new styling attracts both the female and male riders of the country. Up front, the raked front apron and naked handlebar give a sporty look to the scooter. The headlight is mounted on the midsection of the apron just like Honda Dio, with a different design. The instrument console unit is small and it is surrounded by faux carbon fibre finish plastics to make it attractive.

Honda Cliq

This scooter sits very low with a wide and long saddle. The side panel of the Cliq has been inspired from the Honda Navi. Moreover, Honda has integrated a large footboard space, which had enhanced the utility character of this scooter. It also offers optional footboard mounted lockable storage space and easy retractable hooks over the floor board. At the tail section, it gets additional storage carrier for carrying extra luggage. This is an add-on accessory. Unlike other scooters in the market, it gets rugged block pattern tubeless tyres that enable the rider to take this vehicle to any terrain. Honda has added this feature after studying the typical Indian village roads. Other features are 14-litre under seat storage space, USB mobile charging socket, AHO feature, maintenance free battery, viscous air filter and combi brake system with an equalizer.

Honda Cliq

The Engine
Honda Cliq underpins the same 110cc, Honda Eco Technology engine found in the latest Activa 4G and Honda Navi. The engine delivers a maximum power of 8 bhp @ 7000 rpm and a peak torque of 8.94 Nm @ 5500 rpm. It is one of the lightest scooters on the Indian roads with a maximum weight of 102 kg, which is 6 kg lighter than Activa. Therefore, it feels lighter and agile than Activa. Honda Cliq offers smooth and brisk acceleration at times.

Suspension, Braking and Dynamics
It gets the same spring loaded hydraulic suspension at the front and back. The conventional 130 mm drum brakes are also found at the front and back of this utility scooter, which is a cost-effective component. Moreover, with the assistance of Combi-Brake System, the whole scooter can be controlled with the help of a single lever.

Honda Cliq

The Conclusion
Honda Cliq is said to be the first utility scooter of India. It is also one of the cheapest scooters of the country. An automatic scooter with utility perspective is a brilliant move from the brand for Indian riding conditions. Nowadays, most of the average Indian prefers to own an automatic scooter due to the heavy traffic blocks and the luggage carrying capacity of scooter, when compared to the geared motorcycles. In such a scenario, Honda Cliq is the perfect two-wheeler to own. Interestingly, this model is available only in the state of Rajasthan as Honda will introduce this model to other states in the months to come.

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User Reviews of CLIQ. Write Your Review
Off late, Honda has started launching weird looking scooters. What happened to Honda's engineering team. Earlier it was Navi which looks like a toy bike and now this.
By on 22-06-2017
I would like to have this step thru bike which is known cliq by Honda after all Honda is a good manufacturer but in India I should like to have cliq with 14 inch of long tyres like all the other scooter manufacturer in southeast Asian market but the pupils of India is not very comfortable with long tyres of scoots pls launch this cliq scooter as soon as possible in Maharashtra navi Mumbai otherwise I have to change my mind to other manufacturer to buy scooter
By on 16-07-2017
I feel Cliq will do better than Navi as it has footboard space. A lot of people who liked Navi's design had shied away from buying it because of lack of footboard space. Scooter users are accustomed to having footboard space to keep shopping bags. Nevertheless, my personal opinion is that NAVI looks cooler as it looks more like a motorcycle.
By on 20-07-2017
Yaar when will this scooter be available outside Rajasthan?
By on 20-07-2017
Good luck
By on 26-07-2017
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