Motor Scooter Review: 2010 Honda Elite 110 Scooter

by Gary
(Oceanside, CA)

Shopped all the brands and prices before deciding this bike provides the best value for the buck. In fact it is really like three bikes in one:

1 Best economy with true 95-100 mpg, (FRUGAL)

2 Reliability of the major dealer network for parts and service- with exceptional resale value and (VALUE)

3 Best brakes of any, Honda's shared breaking system is the real deal and not a just a gimmick, like the claimed ABS on low end models from companies that are marginal. ((FUN)

I love the handling and the modern look. The 12 in front wheel is nice and while this engine is "only" a 110 cc it produces just a shade less than 9 HP. Check most of the Asian 150 cc from all the brands like SYN, BMS, Lance, and Sunny and you will see that the engine they say is a Honda designed 150cc only produces 7hp?

This is the one to get, If you shop carefully you can get one for about $2,700 Out the Door and that is for a HONDA.

Love it,

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Nov 03, 2015
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I can only confirm that the series of Honda scooters has an exceptional value and I am very much content with it! Recommend it!

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