Vision express: Honda update their popular 110 commuter scooter for 2021
Honda have today announced yet another new model for their 2021 line-up, with big changes coming to their CBT-friendly Vision 110 scooter next year.
Equipped with fresh styling, a new part-LCD display and keyless ignition, there’s also a new chassis and engine, plus 2kg less overall weight for slightly improved nippiness about town.
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Starting life in Europe back in 2012, the latest generation twist-and-go will feature a redesigned Euro5-friendly 109.5cc 'enhanced Smart Power', two-valve air-cooled, fuel-injected SOHC engine. Producing a claimed 8.6bhp at 7500rpm, the manageable motor also boasts a suggested 5% increase in efficiency, meaning a theoretical 162 miles between fill ups from its 4.9-litre fuel tank.
This is also made possible thanks to stop/start technology, which can also be found on other Honda scoots; such as Britain’s best-selling PCX125.
Available in four colour options in 2021, there is also fresh styling, whilst keeping a flat floor – perfect for a little extra storage and ease of use. There is also 17.7-litres of under seat storage, with an LCD panel and keyless fob adding a touch of modernity to the package.
Shrouded beneath this is a new, lighter steel frame, which helps bring kerb weight down to just 100kg – that’s 135kg less than Honda’s recently announced Forza 750 maxi scooter for a bit of context… In fact, it’s even 30kg lighter than a dinky Honda CB125R!
Suspension is non-adjustable, with the cast aluminium rims remaining unchanged from the out-going model. Tyre sizes sit at 80/90x16 and 90/90x14. The front disc and rear drum brake set up are also combined. Look out for a full review of the finished bike with MCN very soon.
Watch our video review of the current Honda PCX125 scooter below: