Honda Click 160 is powered by an updated 157 cc single-cylinder fuel-injected liquid-cooled engine capable of producing a maximum of 15 bhp of power output.
Honda has unveiled a new scooter in the Thai market called the Click 160 – Don’t be confused with the underclick sold in India between June 2017 and April 2020. Although Cliq 110 was more conservative, Click 160 only. The opposite is because it is a performance-oriented scooter that directly competes with the likes of the Yamaha Aerox 155.
The Honda Click 160 serves as a substitute for its 150 cc sibling extra features and bold design philosophy and is designed exclusively for the Asian market. It has an aggressive front fascia with LED headlamps paired with a sharp crease and a black rearview mirror with a black front apron and a redesigned Y-shaped black alloy wheel.
The scooter will be offered in multiple color schemes like white, red and black. It includes a sharp side body panel, a large front fender, side click badge, a compact rear profile with an LED tail lamp cluster and a smooth looking turn signal, a single-piece seat, a USB charging option, an all-digital instrument cluster Displays, etc.
For performance, the Honda Click 160 is equipped with an updated 157 cc single-cylinder fuel-injected liquid-cooled engine. It is capable of producing a maximum of 15 bhp of power output and is paired with a CVT automatic transmission. It has all the essentials for spirit riding in the city and occasional thrills on the highway
The powertrain is also capable of running on ethanol because the fuel mixture can take up to 20 percent of it. The Honda Click 160 has a promising outlook for a market like India, but it is unlikely to reach the domestic coast. The Japanese manufacturer is widely reported to be working on an electric scooter for launch in the near future.
The Indian two-wheeler market is expected to see new electric scooters from mainstream manufacturers as Hero MotoCorp prepares to unveil an e-scooter under the Vida brand while Suzuki is already building a zero-emission scooter based on Burgman Street.