Honda Vision 110 Review (2017)
What Is It?
The 2017 Honda Vision 110 is a premium learner friendly scooter and is powered by an air cooled 108 cc single cylinder four stroke engine, producing 8.7 bhp at 7,500 rpm and maximum torque at 5,500 rpm. It's Euro 4 compliant and features an idling stop system.
- Seat Height: Low (770 mm / 30.3 inches)
- Weight: Light (102 kg / 225 lbs)
- Economy: Very good (110 mpg / 2.6 l/100km / 38.9 km/l)
- Range: Average (130 miles / 209 km)
- Power to Weight: Low (0.078 bhp/kg / 0.058 kW/kg)
- Top Speed: Average (65 mph / 105 km/h)
What Is It Like?
I had not ridden for a number of years and wanted a scooter that was suitable for shopping trips and was quick enough to give me an enjoyable experience riding the quiet country lanes in North-East Leicestershire. The Vision is very satisfactory on both counts.
There is plenty of storage space on the scooter with increased space created between the seat and controls, but you can’t rely on the under seat storage area to store all full face or open helmets.
Although the scooter is mainly designed for pootling around town I use it mainly for travelling to towns and cities which are 10-20 miles away. It is quite happy running between 40-55 mph and has no problem keeping up with traffic on minor ‘A’ roads.
If I did have some reservations before purchasing it, as to whether it could cope with the hills in the area. With the ‘torquey’ engine it has no difficulty coping with the hills at 40 mph.
As I spend most of the time riding the scooter in the country I rarely use the stop / start facility but when I do I find it very responsive when it comes to pulling away from a junction. Economy is around 120 mpg for use around the country .
- Graham L, 2019
Gear & Accessories
Honda Vision 110 (2011-2016) - Previous version.
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