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Honda Dio (SK50) | Motor Scooter Guide

For the 1992 model year, Honda brought the globally popular Dio (SK50) to Canada as a successor to the Elite R (SE50). Honda badged this scooter the ‘Dio SR’ for the Canadian market. This was the first and so far only time Canadians were offered a scooter that wasn’t sold in the American market. South of the border Americans were offered the Elite SR / LX (SA50) instead.

The Dio was quite popular and enjoyed a nice run from 1992 until 2001. The Dio was the last 2-stroke scooter sold by Honda in the Canadian market. Overseas a number of different Dio models were sold by Honda in a range of body styles and with a number of different 2-stroke and 4-stroke motor options. MotorUnlike its predecessor, the Dio (SK50) did not use the same 2-stroke engine first found in the Aero 50 (and the Elite S / R and Elite LX / SR after that). Instead, the Dio featured a next generation ‘AF18E’ motor. This motor is the same engine that is hugely popular in Asia and thus has a massive aftermarket parts scene. Accordingly, it’s easy and relatively cheap to make your SK50 Dio go ridiculously fast. You can get huge big bore kits (88cc) which can boost your engine to about 125cc when paired with a stroker crankshaft. Parts for the Dio are available all over the place, such as ScooterSwapShop. On the downside, the AF18E is a 'vertical' motor which means the cylinder is located on top of the engine and thus reduces storage space under the seat.

American CounterpartTwo years after the Dio hit the Canadian market, Honda updated the 50cc Elite (SA50) sold in the USA by changing the motor to the ‘AF16E’ engine which is very similar to the motor used in the Dio. The AF16E is just slightly detuned vs. the AF18E and usually made in Mexico (rather than Japan).This means the core engine is the same in the ’94 - ’02 SA50 Elite and the Dio SR, but the airbox, carb and mufflers are different. The Dio had the same carb, airbox and exhaust found on the Japanese Dio’s, whereas the ’94 Elite 50 retained the airbox, carb and exhaust (modified to fit) from the previous version of the Elite 50. Dio owners who are looking for aftermarket parts may find some nice parts intended for the SA50 Elite which can be used, but keep in mind the differences.Upon first glance the Dio may appear confusingly similar to the American market Elite 50 but motor and headlight array aside, it almost a completely different scooter. The Dio has a different frame, body panels, forks etc. To easily tell the difference, look at the front forks. The Dio has regular ‘telescopic’ forks, whereas the Elite 50 has a funky ‘bottom link’ front suspension. One area they do share is the headset/headlight array. The Canadian Dio differed from most Dio sold worldwide in this regard, as it used the American Elite/SA50 headlight array rather than the wider but shorter array found on most Dio’s during this time.Design & AmenitiesThe Canadian Dio has the fortune of having its fuel tank located inside the floorboard. This not only lowers the center of gravity and avoids fuel spills into the underseat area, it also frees up a lot more space for underseat storage. More scooters should employ this design, but the cost/complexity of a fuel pump seems to dissuade many makers and thus they stick with a gravity fed system under the seat. Unfortunately the Canadian Dio does not have a glovebox as well, but rather Honda equipped a small cubby hole in the legshield as a quasi-useful stash spot. Other Dio’s worldwide did get a glovebox, as did the Elite SR (SA50) sold in the USA.The Dio uses drum brakes front and rear, which was pretty standard at that time and offers average braking performance. The brakes aren’t amazing, but the Dio is also quite a light scooter which eases the load on the brakes. At 146 lbs (dry), the Dio is amongst the lightest scooters ever offered in North America. Higher end Dio’s sold overseas commonly had a front disc brake, and these parts are widely available in the aftermarket community.ComparisonThe Dio is hugely popular scooter worldwide (since 1988) and it still enjoys a high level of popularity in many overseas country where modern versions remain on sale. There have been numerous generations and variants overseas, but just the entry level SK50 slipped in Canada from 1992 to 2001. The Dio has been so successful because of its reliable and powerful 2-stroke engine combined with a highly refined and well thought out design that is both practical and stylish. The Dio competed with other quasi-sporty scooters in the 90’s like Yamaha’s Jog and Suzuki’s AE50 Hyper. Interestingly, the AE50 Hyper also was never sold in the USA. All of these three scooters have common traits like their powerful and reliable 2-stroke engines, small wheels and sporty urban styling. The Dio was seemingly the most popular scooter of this trio, and thus remains the best supported scooter when you consider OEM and used parts availability. The Jog was also immensely popular worldwide and it sold okay in the USA, so parts are easy to come by for that model as well.One downside to some of the Dio’s sold is that they came in a curious selection of colors. For some reason, there was a lot of purple and teal Dio’s sold, so you might have to look a bit harder to find a color you like. Yamaha also offered some strange colors (purple, white, yellow) during the Jog years.

The main advantages of the Dio are the unsurpassed underseat storage space and plethora of style and go-fast accessories available for it. The Jog enjoys a strong following as well, but the Asian/JDM scene has been especially adoring of the Dio which has led to the availability of many neat parts.

OWNER REVIEWS (4) - Browse Dio Owner Reviews             REVIEW - Add Your Review Pros:* Proven to be super reliable* Loads of aftermarket parts* Peppy (5.6 HP)* Underseat storageCons:* You’ll be jealous of all the cool versions they get overseas* Front drum brakeLinks:SK50 Dio Service Manual - Very helpful for working on your Dio (9 MB)MyScoot - Modifying an SK50 Dio to 85ccScooterSwapShop - Aftermarket goodiesMotorscooterGuide Forums - Visit the forum on this site to chat about your - Great Forum for the Elite 50, Dio and SpreeCMGOnline: Dio vs. BWS 50 - Neat comparison review from 1998.Key Specs (SK50):* Engine: Air-cooled, 2-stroke single, 49.4cc* Bore x Stroke: 39.0mm x 41.4mm* Power: 5.6hp @ 6500 RPM* Compression Ratio: 7.1 : 1* Engine Weight: 35.5 lbs* Carburation: 14mm CV* Ignition: CDI* Starting: Electric start and Kick* Transmission: CVT* Length: 1650mm (65.0")* Width: 645mm (25.4")* Height: 990mm (39.0")* Wheelbase: 1145mm (46.1")* Seat Height: 715mm (28.1")* Fuel Capacity: 5L / 1.3 gal.* Tires: 3.00 x 10".* Front Suspension: Telescopic Fork, 2.1" travel.* Rear Suspension: Swing unit, single shock, 2.4" travel* Brakes: Drum / Drum* Weight: 146.6 lbs dry / 157.7 lbs wet

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2017 Honda Dio Price, Mileage, Specifications, Features, Colours, Images

Recently, Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) launched the new 2017 models of Honda Activa, Honda Activa 125 and Honda Aviator. Now, the manufacturer has come up with the 2017 model of the Honda Dio ‘motoscooter’. The 2017 MY Honda Dio, akin to its siblings, features a BS-IV compliant engine and Always-on Headlamps. Also, as seen in the images of the 2017 model Dio, it gets a handful of cosmetic upgrades to look all that snazzier. Read on for new 2017 Honda Dio Price, Mileage, specifications and features.

Also See – Honda Activa 4G vs New Honda Dio

Powering the new 2017 Honda Dio is the same 109.2cc engine that powers the outgoing model. For the 2017 model Dio, however, the engine has been updated to meet BS-IV emission norms. This engine produces a max. power of 8 BHP @ 7,000 RPM and a peak torque of 8.91 Nm @ 5500 RPM. The engine comes mated to a CVT. This is the same engine that also powers the new Activa 4G. The 2017 Dio is likely to have a top speed of 85 KMPH.

2017 Honda Dio Price

Price (Ex-showroom, New Delhi) Rs 49,132

The BSIV Dio costs Rs 49,132 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). Compared to the outgoing model, the new 2017 model is roughly Rs. 700 dearer.

2017 Honda Dio Mileage

Thanks to a lower kerb weight than the Activa 4G, the Dio offers a slightly higher mileage. Expect the 2017 Dio to offer upto 62 KMPL.

Also See – 2017 Honda CB Shine

2017 Honda Dio Specifications

Engine Type 109cc, Single Cylinder, Air Cooled
Maximum Power  8 BHP @ 7000 rpm
Peak Torque  8.91 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Transmission Automatic
Mileage (estimated) 62 kmpl
Top Speed 83 km/h
Fuel System Carburetor

There isn’t much difference in the specifications of the model year 2017 Honda Dio. The new BSIV Honda Dio weighs 103 KGs, which is 2 KGs lesser than the outgoing model. It has a ground clearance of 158 mm and a seat height of 765 mm.

2017 Honda Dio Features

  • Always On Headlamp
  • New Decals
  • Clear Lens Headlamp
  • Electric Start
  • BS-IV Compliant Engine
  • Combi Brake System
  • Underseat Storage Space
  • New front apron design
  • 10-inch Wheels
  • Tubeless Tires
  • Mobile Charging Socket

2017 Honda Dio Images

2017 Honda Dio Colours

Pearl Sports Yellow, Vibrant Orange, Sports Red, Matte Axis Grey (metallic)Candy Jazzy Blue

  • Pearl Sports Yellow (new)
  • Vibrant Orange (new)
  • Matte Axis Grey
  • Candy Jazz Blue
  • Sports Red

The 2017 model Honda Dio is available in the above five colours.

2017 Honda Dio Design & Styling

While the design of the new Honda Dio remains true to that of the outgoing model, it does carry a handful of styling updates to look fresher and more appealing. First up, the front apron is new and the front fairing now carries a LED positioning lamp. Apart from this, the 2017 Dio gets a set of new decals, a new speedo console and two new dual paint options – Pearl Sports Yellow and Vibrant Orange.

Stay tuned to CarBlogIndia for latest news updates, images and review of new 2017 Honda Dio.

  • Editor Rating
  • Rated 4.5 stars
  • Outstanding
  • 2017 Honda Dio
  • Reviewed by: Yatharth Chauhan
  • Published on: March 27, 2017

  • Last modified: March 28, 2017

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