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Honda Dio 110 Specifications and Price in India with Short Review

Honda Dio 110 Features and Price

Honda Dio 110 Review

The Japanese 2 wheeler manufacturer launched the Honda Dio 110 to the competitive Indian market. This is packed with appealing specifications and options. It is the latest product from Honda in India Market. The scooter look stylish as its earlier siblings with new colors and features 110cc motor, tubeless tyres, dual horn, analogue speedometer, fuel indicator, pass lights, alloys and combi-brake system.

The scooter features many technological advancement for safety and comfort of rider. Currently Honda dio 110 deluxe available in market as single variant. You can choose from color shades like Pearl Sports Yellow, Matte Axis Grey Metallic, Sports Red, Candy Jazzy Blue and Vibrant Orange. This is a powerful vehicle in terms of performance and fuel economy. 

Engine Performance and Mileage

Honda Dio 110 a new product from the Honda two wheelers launched recently. Honda Dio 110 is powered by the powerful and efficient 109cc, 4-stroke engine that is the same used in activa and aviator. The engine capable to produce power of 8.00 bhp at 7500 rpm and a torque of 8.74 nm at 5500 rpm on ride. The scooter have 109cc displacement. 78 kmph is the offered top speed. The scooter can gives you impressive mileage of 60kmpl in highway and 45kmpl in city ride. Engine mated with automatic gears for smooth transmission on ride. 

Available Colors

  • Pearl Sports Yellow

  • Matte Axis Grey Metallic

  • Sports Red

  • Candy Jazzy Blue

  • Vibrant Orange

Safety and Comfort Features

The scooter packed with lots of safety, comfort and convenience features. The new scooter features refreshed analogue speedometer and fuel gauge. You can see  3D emblem and sporty body graphics. As the name of the vehicle we hope it will offers a comfortable ride. Foot pegs, CBS system with good suspension and brake quality ensure your safety well. Telescopic front forks suspension is absent in Honda dio 110 a is disappointing thing. spring-loaded hydraulic suspension in rear and front gives you safe ride.  There is also 18 litres of under storage space, wide seat and comfortable leg space in front for rider. Company used  90/100 sized tubeless tyres in front and back. 

Honda Dio 110 Full Technical Specifications

Features of the model of scooter Honda Dio 110 Deluxe model
Displacement 109cc
Engine 109cc, 4-stroke engine
Max power 8.00 bhp at 7500 rpm
Max torque 8.74 nm at 5500 rpm
  • 60 kmpl in highway
  • 45 kmpl in city
Stand alarm no
Gears Automatic
Seating capacity 2 person
Dimensions(length x width x height) 1788.00 mm x 707.00 mm x 1130.00 mm
Weight 110.00 kg
Ground clearance 160mm
Fuel tank 6.00 ltrs
Suspension (front) Spring loaded hydraulic
Suspension (rear) Spring loaded hydraulic
Engine cooling type Air cooled
Brakes(front) 130mm Drum
Breaks (rear) 130mm Drum
Wheel base 1238.00 mm
alloys yes
Passenger footrest yes
Battery Voltage 12V
Capacity of battery 5Ah
Wheel size 90/100 to 10mm
Self start yes
Fuel gauge analogue
Tacho meter no
Low fuel /battery/oil indicator yes

Honda Dio 110 Price in India: Rs. 53,876 (Ex-showroom, Delhi)

Current available model is the Honda Dio DLX which offers 55 kmpl mileage on ride. Key features of this model are Tubeless Tyres, Moto Scooter Design, 18 Litres of Storage Space, Wider Seat, HET With BS-IV, CBS with Equalizer, Automatic HeadLamp on (AHO), Unique LED Position Lights, Carved Tail Light, Bold Body-Mounted Headlamp, Trendy Instrument Panel etc.

This is a successful product for Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt Ltd (HMSI). The  2017 model packed with latest BS IV compliant engine and the auto headlamp on (AHO) feature. Honda’s patented combi-braking system is the most striking features. The special HET technology offers best class mileage. Main rivals of the scooter are Yamaha Alpha, Mahindra Gusto, Hero Maestro and TVS Scooty Zest 110. Till now Honda sold more than 10 lakh Dio’s in India. Honda Dio is avialable in totoal 1 variants and 5 colour options.

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