The Honda Innova is a small motorcycle designed for riding in the inner city and urban developed areas. The motorcycle gets on average 114mpg and weighs 105kg. The Honda Innova is the European version of the Honda Wave in the United States. The construction of these motorcycles is identical; however, the name varies between the continents. Having information on maintenance for the Innova can help you get the best out of your motorcycle.
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Keep It Covered
One of the key maintenance tips for the Honda Innova and Honda Wave is to keep it covered when not in use. This will help prevent water and sun damage. The Innova has a small storage under the seat, where you can keep your motorcycle cover for ready access.
The Honda Innova neither requires (nor runs better) on premium fuels. The basic unleaded fuel type is ideal for the motor vehicle. The motorcycle needs regular maintenance from the dealership. This will guarantee that your Innova or Wave is thoroughly inspected for any internal problems and proper performance. At every 6,000 miles bring your vehicle to an authorised Honda Dealership. Change the oil during the maintenance trips. The Innova gets prime mileage at 65mph, where it can regularly reach over 120 to 130mpg. The mileage decreases to around 100mpg in urban areas.
The engine type of the Honda Innova is a SOHC two-valve, 124cc engine. The max power is 7,500rpm and can reach a speed of 120mph. The starter is a kick and electric engine starter with a four-speed transmission. Extended features include a frontal disc brake and a digital odometer. Production of the Honda Innova began in 1995 and is still manufactured across the world, including in the United States, Asia and Europe.
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