Honda Livo vs Hero Passion X Pro vs Bajaj Discover 100 M vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus


Honda has made clear its intentions of snatching the lead away from Hero MotoCorp and has backed this claim with the 15 product launches they have in store for 2015. The Japanese automobile giant has just launched its latest commuter bike for India, the Honda Livo. The motorcycle is positioned in the fiercely competitive 110cc commuter bike segment where it goes up against the Hero Passion X Pro, Bajaj Discover 100 M, TVS Star City Plus and Mahindra Centuro. So how does the new entrant compare with the existing 110cc bikes in India? Find the answer in our Honda Livo vs Hero Passion X Pro vs Bajaj Discover 100 M vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus comparison story.


[box type=”shadow” ]Also See – Honda Livo Launched in India[/box]


The Livo looks pretty sporty for a commuter bike thanks to its slightly aggressive and edgy styling. Being a brand new motorcycle, the Honda Livo is a fresh face in the market which gives it a slight edge over the competition. The rear of the Honda fails to impress thanks to its Dream Yuga-like tail lamp. Among the rest of the bikes, the Bajaj Discover 100 M is the one that looks the best with its sporty stance and interesting alloys. The Hero Passion X Pro’s body graphics are a bit overdone. The Mahindra Centuro LED pilot lamps and golden tube design element which give it a distinctive look. The TVS Star City Plus is the most boring looking bike of the lot.

Looks are a matter of personal taste, but we think the Bajaj Discover 100 M edges out the Honda Livo and Hero Passion very slightly as the best looking bike of the lot.

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[box type=”success” ]In terms of styling, the new Honda Livo takes the cake thanks to a fresher face and a more aggressive design.[/box]


All bikes come with black alloy wheels, but the Discover’s are easily the most attractive of the lot. The Hero Passion X Pro, Bajaj Discover 100 M and Mahindra Centuro comes with twin pilot lamps on the sides of the headlamp with the Centuro getting LEDs, whereas the Livo and Star City get one single headlamp unit. The Honda Livo does not feature any body graphics which is in stark contrast to the Passion’s elaborate body graphics. Other bikes get tastefully designed graphics. Features are the biggest selling points of the Centuro which gets features like engine immobilizer, follow me home headlamps, anithteft alarm, multi function flip key, service reminder in the centre console, etc.

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Mahindra Centuro gets a long list of features

[box type=”success” ]The Mahindra Centuro comes with an unmatched list of features.[/box]


Honda Livo Hero Passion X Pro Bajaj Discover 100 M Mahindra Centuro TVS Star City+
Displacement 109.19 cc 109.1 cc 102cc 106.7cc 109cc
Power 8.2 bhp @7,500 rpm 8.6 bhp @ 7,500 rpm 9.1 bhp @ 8,000 rom 8.5 bhp @ 7,500 rpm 8.3 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque 8.63 Nm @ 5,500 rpm 9.36 Nm @ 5,500 rpm 8.5 Nm @ 7,500 rpm 8.5 Nm @ 5,500 rpm 8.7 Nm @ 5,000 rpm
Transmission 4-speed 4-speed 4-speed 4-speed 4-speed
Mileage 74 kmpl 85.6 kmpl 84 kmpl 85.4 kmpl 86 kmpl

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The Honda Livo and Hero Passion X Pro get the same engine, but the Passion X Pro has a higher power and torque output. All bikes come with an option of either drum brake or disc brakes up front except the TVS Star City Plus which gets only drum brakes. The disc brakes offered with the Discover 100 M are petal type. The claimed fuel economy of the Honda Livo is the least. Rest of the bikes deliver more or less the same mileage.

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Honda Livo’s power output is the least

[box type=”success” ]The Bajaj Discover 100 M has the smallest engine but the highest power rating. The TVS Star City+ misses out on disc brakes[/box]


  Honda Livo Her Passion X Pro Bajaj Discover 100 M Mahindra Centuro TVS Star City+
Self Start/Drum Brakes/Alloy INR 52,989 INR 52,525 INR 50,000 NA INR 47,069
Self Start/Disc Brakes/Alloy INR 55,489 INR 54,500 INR 50,642 INR 51,300

all prices ex-showroom, New Delhi

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The cheapest bike of the lot is the TVS Star City+ followed by the Bajaj Discover 100 M. The Honda Livo is the most expensive motorcycle in this comparison followed by the Hero Passion X Pro.

TVS Star City+ the cheapest of the lot

[box type=”success” ]The Mahindra Centuro offers a long list of features and priced below the Livo and the Passion X Pro as well. Bajaj Discover 100 M the cheapest bike with self start and disc brakes[/box]


The Honda Livo and the Hero Passion X Pro are similar in terms of specifications and features. The latter edges ahead in terms of pricing, but only just. The Honda Livo gets better marks in terms of design and styling. If you have tight budget constraints then the TVS Star City+ makes a bit more sense as it can be had for just around 47k on disc brakes. When you consider the Pricing for similarly specced models the Bajaj Discover 100 M is the most pocket-friendly and also the most powerful of the lot. When it comes to after sales support and service Hero is easily the best in India.


[box type=”success” ]The TVS Star City+ is the cheapest, the Mahindra Centuro gets the most extensive features list and the Honda Livo is the newest, but the least fuel efficient.[/box]

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  1. I would really appreciate Mr. Dhruv for giving this informative, detailed, and easy to understand comparison on 110.
    I SALUTE his deep knowledge into bikes.
    And most importantly, I’ve found this article to be genuine and not twisted in favour of any particular brand.