Honda Dio BS6 vs Vespa Racing Sixties 125

Compare Specifications of Dio BS6 and Racing Sixties 125

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Honda Dio BS6
Honda Dio BS6

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Vespa Racing Sixties 125
Vespa Racing Sixties 125

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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 109.51 cc 124.45 cc
Engine Fan Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine Single Cylinder, 4 stroke,Air cooled, SOHC, 3 valves
Engine Starting Kick/Self Kick starter / Electric starter
Fuel System PGM-FI Electronic injection with throttle body ,Single Injector
Cooling System Air Cooled Forced-air circulation cooling
Maximum Power 7.6 hp @ 8000 rpm 9.7 hp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque 9 Nm @ 4750 rpm 9.60 Nm @5500 rpm
Transmission Automatic --
Battery 3Ah --
Frame Under Bone Monocoque Full Steel body construction
Headlamp LED --
Tyres
Front 90/100-12 54J Tubeless Tubeless tyre 110/70 - 11 45L
Rear 90/100-10 53J Tubeless Tubeless tyre 120/70 - 10 54L
Wheel / RIM Alloy Alloy
Brakes
Front 130 mm Drum CBS - Disc brake (200 mm) with Hydraulic control & caliper
Rear 130 mm Drum 141 mm (Mechanically Operated )
Suspension
Front Telescopic Suspension Aircraft Derived Hydraulic Single Side arm Front suspension with Anti-Dive characteristics.
Rear 3-Step Adjustable, Spring Loaded Hydraulic Rear Suspension with Dual-Effect Hydraulic Shock Absorber. With four position adjustable.
Colors Available
Colors Mat Sangria Red Metallic
Mat Axis Grey Metallic
Dazzle Yellow Metallic
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Physical Specs
Length 1808 mm 1770 mm
Width 723 mm 690 mm
Height 1150 mm --
Kerb Weight 107 --
Seat Height 650 770
Wheelbase 1260 mm 1290 mm
Ground Clearance 160 mm --
Fuel Tank Capacity -- 7.4 litres
Overview
About -- BS VI Emissions compliance Read More
Features - New Fully Digital Meter
- Silent Start With ACG
- HET BS VI Engine
- Retractable Pillion Foot Step
- New Front Pocket
- External Fuel Lid
- eSP Technology
- Passing Switch
- Underseat Storage
- Side Stand Engine Cut Off
- Split Grab Rail
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Additional Details New Dio is available in 2 variants : Deluxe and Standard Gear Box : Auto expendable - CVT air cooling

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