A "Marmite" bike in virtually all aspects. I bought mine at 3 years old with less than 1K on the clock for half the price when new - more sense than spending up to 11K on a new one, although they are no longer in production.
Comfort is great, although full pre-load on the rear shock is needed to maximise ground clearance, and also reduce bump feedback to the lower spine.
Economy on mixed riding is about 12 miles per litre, and tank re-fills after 150 miles can be expected.
Honda build and reliability is great, although I did have to replace the plug caps which arced badly when hot in hot weather - a 5 minute job to prevent stalling and lumpy tickover.
Ground clearance on the twisties is actually pretty good - I've only had the left hero blob down once on anti-camber on the second bend on a bumpy s-bend sequence. Getting the throttle to match push-button gear changes is quite rewarding, although you can hold it on the stop if you want while changing gear. Automatic mode in traffic is brilliant - traffic light stomps in CVT just get a "wooomph" from the engine and you're at 30 or 40 in no time (depending on the limit!) - and so smoothly.
Motorways are OK at 70, but a more comfortable cruising speed is more like 65.
Tyres are wearing well at now 3K miles, with the rear showing virtally no "chicken strip" on the edge, demonstrating the good fun that can be had when riding enthusiastically.
As to actually what the DN-01 is, my description is "an automatic sports-cruiser".
Marmite - I love it!