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Rs55,827View Price Detail
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Engine 109.19 cc Mileage60 Kmpl Top Speed83 KmphView All Specs
4/5 45 Reviews
PROS
  • The motoscooter design works with youngsters
  • Combi braking system is quite effective
  • Neutral handling
  • Tubeless tyres
CONS
  • Forward sloping footboard feels uncomfortable
  • Misses out on alloy wheeels and telescopic front forks
  • Small pillion seat
BikeDekho Verdict

Honda Dio has been the pick of youngsters for it's styling, handling and low seat height

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Honda Dio Highlights

10 October 2017: Distinguished as a sporty scooter, Honda Dio has been able to gain itself popularity amongst the youngsters who wish to opt for a trendier scooter. The newly launched 2017 Dio scooter now comes updated with the BS-IV compliant engine and a funky dual-tone colour scheme. The tweaked front apron and the expressive graphics theme make the funky stance of the scooter a lot more appealing. The Japanese automaker has also installed an expressive instrument console and a V-shaped LED light ass Read more...

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2017 Honda Dio Launched At Rs 49,132

2017 Honda Dio Launched At Rs 49,132

The new model is compliant to BS-IV emission norms and gets many new features including LED positioning lamp and a mobile charging socket ...

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Dio Price

Honda Dio

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Rs 55,827

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Dio Colours

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.

  • Orange

  • Front Gray

  • Yellow

  • Red

  • Blue

Dio Mileage

Honda Dio gives a mileage of 60 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.

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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.....

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Honda Dio Expert Review

Due to the sporty styling of Honda Dio, this scooter is popular primarily amongst the youngsters. The company launched Dio in India over a decade back and it can be said India’s first moto scooter in real sense.

The Honda Dio is powered by the same 109cc engine that runs the company’s other scooters. The engine comes mated to an automatic gearbox and it churns out respective power and torque figures of 8bhp and 9Nm.

The Honda Dio gets 130mm drum brakes for braking that further come linked to the company’s Combi Braking System (CBS) for effective and better braking. The suspension system of the scooter comes with bottom link type unit up front along with spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers for the rear. 

The Honda Dio comes with LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) and also has a sporty instrument cluster. The overall design language is indeed sporty and for this reason, the scooter finds youngsters as its main buyers. 

The 2017 Honda Dio is currently available at the dealerships at a price of Rs 49,200 (Ex showroom, Delhi). The sporty scooter can be picked from five impressive paint schemes. The Dio competes with the Yamaha Fascino, Hero Maestro Edge and TVS Jupiter in the segment.

The front section of Honda Dio gets an edgy headlamp unit that finds its placement at the apron rather than the usual front cowl. Honda launched the 2017 edition of the scooter with a BS-IV engine and some really attractive graphics that makes it stand out from the rest.

The all black theme of the scooter indeed offers it a bad boy image as against the traditional sober image of automatic scooters generally found in the Indian two-wheeler market. The new Honda Dio has overall body dimensions of 1781mm x 710mm x 1133mm (LxBxH) and has respective wheelbase and a minimum ground clearance of 1238mm and 158mm.

The scooter has been fitted with a 5.3 litre fuel tank and has a total kerb weight of 103 kgs. As far as the features go, the Honda Dio gets LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) at the front cowl along with a trendy instrument cluster. The Dio also receives a maintenance free battery that proves less hefty on the pocket.

The Honda Dio gets power from a 109cc, single cylinder, air-cooled engine mated to an automatic transmission system. The carbureted motor develops a maximum power output of 8bhp along with a peak torque of 9Nm. The engine is now BS-IV compliant that now results in a slightly better fuel economy in comparison to the previous model.

The Honda Dio achieves a top speed of 83kmph and returns a claimed fuel economy of 60kmpl. The scooter also gets an easy electric starter for the convenience of the rider. 

The Honda Dio has been fitted with 130mm drum brakes at both ends. These further come linked to the company’s Combi Braking System (CBS) in order to ensure less chances of skidding. 

The suspension system of the Honda Dio comprises of bottom link type unit up front along with spring assisted hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. The Honda Dio rides on 90/100 sized front and rear tyres that come mounted over 10 inch steel wheels. The ride quality of the Honda Dio is quite satisfactory and the scooter feels easy and quick to maneuver in the traffic.

The Honda Dio comes with a powerful headlamp upfront that offers good illumination at nights. The scooter now comes enabled with Automatic Headlamp ON (AHO) facility due to which the headlight of the vehicle stays always ON whether it is day or night. The said feature has been made mandatory by the Government of India starting April 2017 to minimise the number of two wheeler fatalities. The scooter also gets 130mm drum brakes at both ends that offer a decent feedback and bite.

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