Honda's credentials in the scooter market are unsurpassed. The first Honda scooter, the 1954 Juno K, featured advanced technology and materials, like an electric start four-stroke engine, a full windscreen and fibreglass-reinforced plastic body parts. Four years later the revolutionary four-stroke Super Cub was introduced, and went on to excel at mobilising the world's population. From the cities of Europe to the villages of Japan, millions of customers have bought Super Cubs for their daily use, happy in the knowledge they would never be let down by the fantastically reliable little machine. In total over 60 million Super Cubs have been produced since 1958.
By continuing to create products and technologies aimed at making customers' lives more convenient and fun, and by providing environmentally-friendly products at an affordable price, Honda hopes to share and expand its joy with its customers, and ensure joy for the next generation. Designed from the outset to offer comfort and convenience at a very competitive price, the all-new Vision 110 offers the timeless qualities of convenience and reliability, combined with advanced solutions like fuel injection and Honda's Combined Braking System (CBS). The Vision 110 is set to offer the joy of safe and affordable personal transport to a new generation of consumers.
Commuter models around the world are evolving in unique ways to meet different local needs. This means commuter models that are altogether different in character are being sold in a diversity of forms and designs; yet a product that can span the globe to bring joy while fulfilling customer needs is extremely rare. With the Vision 110, Honda is determined to meet a broad spectrum of needs at a high level that will bring maximum joy to all its customers throughout the world.
With a four-stroke 110cc engine offering ample performance together with superb fuel economy of up to 146.9mpg in normal riding conditions - the Vision 110 is ready for anything, whether it's the run to college or a trip to the coffee shop to meet friends. But convenience is about more than an electric start or good fuel economy, and the Vision also boasts a large storage space under the seat, an advanced and easy to use instrument panel and, crucially, ergonomics that make it comfortable for both rider and passenger.
The final key parameter in the Vision project was price. Despite its sophisticated specifications, the scooter has been designed to be affordable by a huge range of customers. To achieve this, Honda developed a purchasing strategy that allowed it to use the most appropriate suppliers throughout the world. The result is a machine that balances low cost with high quality.
Relaxed riding position
The Vision has been designed to be very comfortable for both the rider and passenger. The ergonomically sculpted one-piece seat is set at a height of 760mm, giving plenty of legroom while also making the scooter easy to handle. At speed both rider and passenger have room enough to be comfortable, but the compact dimensions also give it superb agility in tight city streets. The vehicle's narrow width also means the rider can easily put his or her foot down when required.
Confident handling feel
Allied to the stable, highly manoeuvrable chassis, the position of the handlebars has been carefully designed to give the rider a feeling of confident control. The machine's very low overall kerb weight of just 102.1kg is crucial here too, making the Vision 110 easy to handle in all conditions.
Versatile and secure underseat storage compartment
With space enough for shopping, a waterproof oversuit, security locks or a full-face crash helmet, careful packaging design has yielded a large and convenient storage space under the seat. Meticulous engineering has enabled this space to be maximised without compromising the size of the fuel tank, and therefore the range of the machine.
Convenient leg shield storage
The leg shield in front of the rider provides not only effective weather protection but also additional storage: the two open compartments are ideal for holding drinks bottles securely.
User-friendly design detail
Since convenience was one of the core values in the scooter's design, every detail has been considered to make the Vision 110 easy to use. On the instrument panel an easy-to-read analogue fuel gauge shows remaining fuel at a glance, while helmet holders on both side of the underseat compartment allow helmets to be secured to the machine while leaving the compartment free to store luggage. An aluminium rear rack has been installed, ready to mount an optional top box, while retractable pillion steps give passenger security when required but fold away when not in use to preserve the machine's sleek profile. A side stand further enhances the machine's practicality.
With its taut surfaces, sharp lines and aggressively-styled headlight, the Vision 110 is a striking, contemporary-looking machine. Despite its affordable price there's no disguising the visual links between it and other more expensive scooters in the Honda range. Sitting purposefully on its cast wheels, the Vision has the road presence of a much bigger scooter and cuts an attractive dash on city streets.
Thanks to its flat inner floor and relatively long wheelbase, the Vision 110 has plenty of space for rider and passenger, ensuring comfort even on longer rides. At the same time the powerful headlight unit enhances round-the-clock usability, while the movable front fender, which turns with the front wheel, is very effective at shielding the machine and rider from road dirt, rainwater and other debris.
Air-cooled 4-stroke OHC 2v single
Bore X Stroke
50 x 55mm
Max Power Output
5.97kW / 8000min-1 (95/1/EC)
8.4Nm / 6500min-1 (95/1/EC)
Fuel Tank Capacity
1843mm x 660mm x 1094mm
102.1kg (F: 40.8kg; R: 61.3kg)
Tyre Size Front
Tyre Size Rear
Brakes Type Front
Brakes Type Rear