|Others||Rs 1,590 |
|On Road||Rs 55,827|
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|4/5 45 Reviews|
- The motoscooter design works with youngsters
- Combi braking system is quite effective
- Neutral handling
- Tubeless tyres
- Forward sloping footboard feels uncomfortable
- Misses out on alloy wheeels and telescopic front forks
- Small pillion seat
Honda Dio has been the pick of youngsters for it's styling, handling and low seat height
Honda Dio Highlights
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Absolute Honda - Mahipalpur
L-385D, Mahipalpur Extension, NH-8, New Delhi. 110037
Honda Dio On Road Price in India
There are 1 variant(s) available. Honda Dio comes in 5 different colour(s) - Orange, Front Gray, Yellow, Red, Blue. There are 1 variants starting from Rs. 55,827 onwards.
Honda Dio gives a mileage of 60 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.
mileage as per ARAI Data
* Includes only fuel and maintenance cost
Dio User Reviews
4/5 45 Reviews
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Most positive review
Honda Dio, the most stylish and aggressive scooter from Honda in the country. Being equipped with a sporty headlight that resembles Honda's.....
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My friend bought a brand new Dio few days ago, I found it very attractive, it is smooth in running and have best in class looks. The seat height is.....
Honda Dio Expert Review
The Honda Dio can be credited as being one of the first sporty scooters to go on sale in India. While most of the scooters that were on sale at the time had a very dull design language, the Dio stood out with its sharp and sporty styling. The chiselled lines of the Dio made it a popular option among youngsters who wanted something unique and still remains a hit among youngsters. The basic design language hasn’t changed but it recently received LED position lights that has been placed on the handlebar apron. The scooter also gets dual-tone finish with revised styling which increases its visual appeal further. The Honda Dio is powered by an updated 109cc BS-IV engine which develops 8.1PS at 7000rpm and a peak torque of 8.9Nm at 5500rpm.
The scooter gets underbone-type chassis similar to the Honda Activa which is suspended on multi-link suspension at the front and a monoshock unit at the rear. The scooter features optional mobile charging option, CBS (combi braking system)
5.3-litre fuel tank, tubeless tyres and 18-litre under seat capacity. Since it has plastic body panels the Honda Dio is among the lightest 110cc scooters on sale and it weighs 103kg. The Honda Dio still remains among the most stylish scooters on sale in India while reliability associated with Honda makes it even more appealing. The Honda Dio competes against the Yamaha Ray ZR, TVS Wego and Suzuki Let’s.
Till date, Honda Dio is one of the most stylish players in the Indian Scooter market. The front body profile is one of the most impressive visuals that comes to notice. It gets a beautifully crafted headlamp mounted at the front apron accompanied by stylish and sharp clear lens turning blinkers. The front cowl looks impressive as well bearing a Honda sticker. As we go towards the rear, the body dynamics seem proportionately edgy as the front.
Honda Dio now receives some impressive cosmetic changes in the form of dual tone colors and attractive graphics that gives it the appeal of a true show stopper. The rear end features a sharp tail lamp along with clear lens indicators that looks adorable. The instrument cluster comes with a speedometer and a white-dialled fuel gauge with indicators for high beam and turn. The scooter has a genuine under seat storage that can accommodate a full-size helmet. A front glove box is available as an optional accessory to provide that extra space for those extra goodies.
Honda Dio has a 109.2cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that churns out a peak power of 8bhp at 7,000rpm with a maximum torque of 8.77Nm at 5,500rpm. The scooter breathes through viscous air filter and comes to life with an easy electric starter. The engine incorporates Honda Eco Technology (HET) that delivers an improved fuel economy of 60kmpl as claimed by the company. The bore and stroke ratio of the motor is 50mm x 55.6mm with a compression ratio of 9.5:1. With this arrangement, the scooter sprints from 0 to 60kmph in 10.8 seconds and manages to hit a top speed of 83kmph.
Honda Dio is crafted on a high rigidity underbone type frame that gives enough strength to its mid-size body structure. It is fitted with 90/100-10 tubeless tyres at both ends. The suspension system includes spring loaded hydraulic forks at the front and rear that performs equally well on tarmac as well as rough surfaces. The stopping power is provided by 130mm drum brakes that are further blessed with Honda’s CBS (Combi Braking System). The benefit of Honda CBS is that it automatically applies both brakes while pressing the rear brake lever only.
Honda Dio comes with many safety features that make it come across as an all-round performer. It has a set of grippy 90/100-10 tyres that provide a stable and hassle free ride. Moreover, these are tubeless type which give enough time to the rider to reach his desired destination. Honda has equipped the scooter with an advanced braking system termed as Honda Combi Braking System (CBS). It proves to be beneficial as it applies both brakes while pressing the rear brake lever. For safe riding in the dark, Honda Dio has a powerful 12V-35/35W headlamp mounted at the front apron along with a tiny parking light that illuminates the road well.