Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) launched the Cliq 110cc scooter in Maharashtra, with prices starting at INR 43,076 (Ex-Showroom, Pune). The Cliq is manufactured at Honda’s second plant in Rajasthan and is now available for sale across Maharashtra. The Cliq will be available in four colour options: Patriotic Red with White, Black, Moroccan Blue with White, and Orcus Grey. The model can be had in two variants: Standard and Graphic.
The Cliq is powered by a 110cc BS-IV HET engine that produces 8 bhp and 8.94 Nm of torque, while tipping the scales at 102 kgs (kerb weight). The Cliq features Combi Brake System (CBS) with equalizer technology. The equalizer in the CBS distributes braking force proportionately between front and rear wheels simultaneously by pressing just the left lever. This results in reduced braking distance and improved balance.
A few highlights of the Honda Cliq include a mobile charging socket, tubeless tyres, maintenance free battery and viscous air filter. Customers can choose from a variety of optional parts including the front screen, floor cover, box center, cap cover and rear grip. These parts can be selected individually by the customer.
Speaking on the occasion, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice President – Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India, said, “In Maharashtra, over 40% contribution to two-wheeler sales comes from scooters. As an early adopter of scooterization, there is an increased demand and varied customer needs emerging in the state and scooter segment is now ripe for sub segmentation. Honda continues to lead the scooterization of the nation and our new launch Cliq is Honda’s next step to take scooterization deeper into the hinterlands. The Cliq is developed for the up-country customers with a progressive mindset, and is a true disruptor in 100-110 cc segment. The Cliq challenges the traditional preferences with its perfect blend of practicality, versatility and value for money. Honda with its unparalleled economies of scale in scooters has broken the price gap between automatic transmission and mass motorcycles. We are confident that the Cliq will be the next revolution in daily commute.”