Honda introduced two new scooters in 2011—the Elite and the SH150i. The Elite comes with 108cc fuel-injected four-stroke liquid-cooled engine which delivers a quick response at the throttle and surprisingly good acceleration.
Honda’s linked combined braking system (CBS) provides impressive stopping power as applying the rear brake activates the front disc.
Honda’s new electronic controlled CBS system explained
In general the riding position is comfortable and the controls are positioned well ergonomically. The leg room is cramped for a tall person, but most scooters have the same problem.
Perfect for the urban landscape, the Elite has a nine-gallon storage compartment that gives plenty of room for a full-face helmet plus. There is also a handy little glove box right in front of your knees that keeps small items within easy reach. The two helmet hooks under the seat and the bag hook above the glove box also work great for hanging grocery bags.
Modern, sporty styling, comfortable seating with two-up capacity and strong, responsive performance in a sleek and highly economical scooter are the hallmarks of the new 2010 Elite.
The new Elite provides all the comfort and quality of a Honda in an affordable around-town runabout that anybody can enjoy.