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Honda launches NEW 2017 edition of DIO in Odisha

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New Delhi: Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI), today launched the new 2017 edition of its youthful moto-scooter DIO with new style, colours, convenience and BS-IV and AHO compliance.

Launched in 2002, Honda’s Dio moto-scooter merges the aggressive looks of motorcycle with convenience of a scooter. Dio customer family is now over 17.5 lac strong. Honda’s Dio is not only India’s 3rd largest selling scooter but also the No.1 exported scooter from India and also the No. 1 export model for Honda 2Wheelers India.

Commenting on the new Dio, Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice President – Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd said, “The new 2017 edition of Dio is all about celebrating the spirit of youth who want to live life their way. The 2017 edition of DIO gets a complete style makeover with its new LED position lamp, contrasting dual tone colour body, bolder sportier graphics and 2 new colours. With more convenience of mobile charging socket and compliance with both BS-IV emission norms and AHO; the new 2017 edition of Dio is fresher than ever before and the perfect partner for trend setting youngsters of today.”

NEW DIO gets new look and new features
Adding to the uber-trendiness of NEW Honda Dio are host of features.
First impressions become lasting one with the new V-shape edgy front LED position lamp.
Upping the sporty looks of NEW Dio are the exciting bigger graphics on the front and side panels. New sharpness comes from the attractive dual tone coloured body in the 4 metallic colour options of NEW Dio with the matt colour option remaining classy as ever.
Bringing added convenience, the new mobile charging socket lets you ride connected on the go.

NEW Dio: Technologically ahead of time!
India’s most preferred moto-scooter is ahead of its time and comes equipped with Combi Brake System (CBS) with Equalizer technology. (As per Government regulations, CBS will be mandatory on all two-wheelers up to 125cc engine capacity from April 1, 2018).

The unique Equalizer in Honda’s advanced Combi Brake System (CBS) distributes braking force proportionately between front and rear wheels simultaneously by pressing just the left lever. This results in reduced braking distance & improved balance, leading to more confident riding compared to conventional braking.

Powered by Honda’s trusted 109cc Honda Eco Technology (HET) engine, the NEW Dio is now both AHO and BS-IV compliant.

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