The Cliq has a fresh-looking design and embodies some elements from the Navi. It’s quite chunky with a large front apron that rises high and sports a boxy headlight. Above that sits a forward-jutting contour that shields the speedometer. The wide speedo console houses a large analogue speedometer, a trip meter and a fuel gauge. The handlebar sits just behind that and has a large plastic case that shrouds the bolt-on to the forks. The handlebar switches and mirrors, again borrowed from the Navi, feel quite basic. There’s a nice, flat floorboard with a satisfactory amount of knee space; an extra storage box is available as an accessory that fits along the Cliq’s central spine.
The seat is large and wide and is 743mm high, which would be ideal for shorter riders as well. Underseat storage is reasonably good, with a USB charging point that comes as standard fitment. There’s also the Navi-inspired circular theme which runs along the side. Behind the seat is a simple but tough-looking tubular metal grab handle that has four points for hooking stuff. Additionally, a carrier can be installed as an optional accessory. Overall, though, the plastics used on Cliq don’t seem to be of the best quality.
The Cliq’s design bears a stark resemblance to the larger Maxi scooter genre that hasn’t made it to India yet. The Cliq is shorter and narrower than the Activa or Activa i. Honda points out that the scooter is quite light at 102kg, which makes it 6kg lighter than the standard Activa and almost on par with the 101kg Navi. Interestingly, the fuel tank capacity is just 3.5 litres, which is smaller than the Navi’s 3.8 litres and substantially less than the Activa’s 5.3-litre tank. As such, we expect the Cliq’s travel range to be quite limited.
he Cliq uses the same tried and tested 109.19cc engine from Honda’s 110cc range in the same state of tune as the Activa. Although the engine doesn’t feel as peppy as it does on the Navi, it produces 8.04hp of peak power and 8.94Nm of peak torque. The company claims a top speed of 83kmph.
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