Honda has announced an updated version of its popular Honda Vision 110 scooter, a sort of step-through scooter, revising it with new styling, new Smart Key system, new and lighter frame and updated engine to meet the latest Euro 5 emission regulations. The Vision 110 is one of Honda's big sellers internationally, although it still isn't offered on sale in India. For 2021 Honda has chosen to give the Vision 110 important updates, but has not decided to go for a complete revamp in styling.
Honda has introduced the new Smart Key system, which allows the rider to open the underseat storage space and start the bike up, without taking the key out of his or her pocket. The 2021 updates also includes an all-new frame, which helps the bike reduce the weight by 2 kg over the old machine, with kerb weight now rated at 100 kg. The 109.5 cc two-valve, single-cylinder engine makes 8.6 bhp at 7,500 rpm with 9 Nm of peak torque at 5,750 rpm.
The updates to the engine are mainly to meet the latest emission regulations, although fuel economy is now claimed at 55 kmpl, which is said to be five per cent more fuel efficient than the outgoing model. With a 4.9 litre fuel tank, the Vision 110 is capable of a range of over 250 km on a tankful of fuel. The Honda Vision was introduced in 2011, with 14-inch wheels and combi-brake system. The scooter has been in production in Honda's China plant since 2011, and has been offered on sale in several European markets, including Italy and Germany.