With the due date for the BS-IV emission standards heading better, car producers are hectic upgrading their two-wheelers to the strict emission requirements. After Honda Activa 4G and the 2017 Activa 125, Honda Bike and Scooter India (HMSI) now has strategies to upgrade its Dio moto-scooter. The very first pictures of the 2017 Honda Dio BS-IV have actually dripped from a dealership backyard and the business is most likely to release it quickly in the Indian two-wheeler market.

Concerning the most essential modifications, the 2017 Honda Dio BS-IV will include Automatic Headlamp ON (AHO) center that is getting compulsory for all two-wheelers in India beginning April 2017. The front apron on the brand-new 2017 Honda Dio BS-IV is seen with extra lights simply over the turning winkers. Likewise, at the cowl, there is a curved LED strip that appears to act as Daytime running light (DRL). The front apron is now provided a double tone treatment due to which the scooter looks a lot more attractive.

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Another modification in the 2017 Honda Dio is, naturally, the addition of a BS-IV engine. The existing design has actually been fitted with a 109cc engine that comes mated to an automatic transmission. The carbureted mill does an optimal power output of 8 bhp together with a peak torque of 8.77 Nm. The brand-new BS-IV engine may lead to a minor modification in the power and torque figures in addition to a simple increase in the fuel economy of the scooter, all thanks to lower emissions. Likewise Check out: 2017 Honda Activa 4G price went for INR 50,730

Stay tuned for more updates on the current car news and happenings from the two-wheeler area!

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