Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI), has unveiled Cliq– an all new 110cc offering for utilitarian customers. According to Honda, the Cliq is focused at up-country customers with a progressive mindset and provides a perfect blend of practicality, versatility and value for money.

The scooter is powered by the trusted 110cc Honda BS-IV HET (Honda Eco Technology) engine, which delivers 8 bhp of power and a kerb weight of only 102 kgs, it has one of the best power to weight ratio which makes it extremely exciting to ride.  The scooter also comes with Combi-Braking System (CBS) that helps distribute braking force more evenly, while you also get a maintenance free battery.

Honda says the Cliq scooter has been designed for both male and female riders with its low seat height, lighter weight, easy handling capabilities, wide & spacious foot-board, large under-seat storage space and rear carrier (optional).  There’s also a mobile charging socket while tubeless tyres, maintenance free battery and viscous air filter adds to the convenience of the rider.

Customers can also choose from a variety of optional parts including front screen, floor cover, box center, cap cover, rear grip which would enhance both utility and aesthetics of the scooter. The Cliq comes in four attractive colours: patriotic red with white, black, moroccan blue with white, and orcus grey. It is available for sale in Standard & Graphic variants and is priced at INR 42,499.

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