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Honda NSC110 Dio

Honda NSC110 Dio

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    • 5 reviews

    Good scoot, some caveat


    I bought the Honda Dio 110 new a few months ago, after selling my final(sob!) motor cycle. In spite of having no particular expectations of the scoot, I've been enjoying riding it very much. Of course it's economical & it has that cute 'idle off' switch, but it's so manoeuverable & quick that I use it instead of the car at every opportunity. What enormous fun! Also, it amazes me that it can accelerate so quickly while dragging my 90kgs around. The only negatives are that the ride is quite harsh on some rough suburban tarmac & the seat is not particularly comfortable. I recently tried a Yamaha Tricity 125, but wouldn't swap it for the Honda.

    Date PurchasedMay 2016
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    Questions & Answers

    Nawaraj T.

    Nawaraj T.asked

    what type of petrol is better to use for hondansc110, 91 or 95? is there any problem if we use 95 or 91 ?

    1 answer
    Ray M
    Ray M

    91 is recommended and is fine, I suppose 95 is ok...I would avoid E10 though

    Ramkumar M.

    Ramkumar M.asked

    What's the first service km and next service kms

    2 answers
    Ray M
    Ray M

    From new, First service at 1000k then every 4000k....Its not cheap...Dealer charged me more than $240

    David C.
    David C.

    hey Ray.. i made a simple to follow how to change your oil video according to the service manual.. that might save you lots of $$ https://youtu.be/pq8pEVZDl7E



    Where can i find parts please?

    1 answer
    Ray M
    Ray M

    Always parts on EBay..I wouldn't get them from bike shop as pricing is horrendous.

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    CategoryScooters and Learner Approved Bikes
    Engine Capacity108cc
    ManualDownload manual

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