The new Activa 125 is powered by an all-new 124cc single-cylinder fuel-injected motor that makes 8.29PS and 10.3Nm. This motor makes less power and torque, 0.34PS and 0.2Nm to be precise, but Honda claims that it will be 13 per cent more fuel-efficient than the BS4-compliant 124.9cc mill. We did put the claim to test and found out that the Activa 125 BS6 delivered 52.63kmpl in the city. Comparatively, the older BS4 motor was only able to deliver 46.7kmpl. That is a definite increase in fuel efficiency. The BS6-compliant Activa 125 makes use of the same components as the BS4 version. Hence, on the namesake alloy and the top-of-the-line deluxe edition, you get the same 12-inch alloy rims, while the base variant gets regular steel rims. A telescopic fork and three-step preload-adjustable monoshock continue their duties on the Activa 125 BS6. The front disc brake is found only in the deluxe variant as the other two make use of a front drum brake. A 190mm rear drum unit remains constant across the board.