HomeBike NewsHonda Dio Sports Edition Launched In India At Rs. 68,317

Honda Dio Sports Edition Launched In India At Rs. 68,317

The Dio Sports has been introduced in the domestic market by Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India and is offered in two colour schemes: Sports Red with Black and Strontium Silver Metallic with Black. The Standard variant has a price tag of Rs. 68,317, and the Deluxe variant has a price tag of Rs. 73,317. (both prices ex-showroom, New Delhi).

The Dio Sports will only be sold for a short time, according to the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer. Customers can test drive the vehicle at their local Red Wing store or online. Atsushi Ogata, Managing Director, President, and CEO of Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India, commented on the new launch:

“Ever since its introduction, Dio family has continued to offer an exciting blend of charisma & youthfulness. The new Dio SPORTS is a perfect amalgamation of youth & style in refreshing color options. We are confident that this limited edition will further delight our customers with its sporty vibe & trendy looks, especially the younger generation. (skypointcloud.com)

The Honda Dio Sports edition comes with noticeable differences compared to the regular variant and mainly the two shades: Strontium Silver Metallic with Black and Sports Red with Black are sold in Standard and Deluxe variants. It brings a sporty and aggressive vibe as Honda says ” transformed moto-scooter experience” is enabled.

Due to its focus on a younger audience and distinct fan base, the Dio has long been a top seller for the brand in the Indian market. In the Deluxe version, it also has stylish alloy wheels and a red rear cushion spring. It has a front pocket that offers a convenient place to store things.

It features a 110 cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine with eSP technology with no performance adjustments. The telescopic suspension, integrated dual function switch, external fuel lid, passing switch, side stand indicator with engine cut-off function, Combi-Brake System (CBS) with equaliser, three-step adjustable rear suspension, three-step Eco Indicator, and other features are further highlights. On August 8 in India, Honda plans to introduce a completely new product.


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