Hero Xoom vs Honda Dio: Specs, Features, Prices, and More

The new Xoom 110 scooter is Hero MotoCorp's most recent model to hit the Indian market. Hero's latest sporty scooter sits alongside the Mastro Edge and Pleasure Plus models. The Honda Dio, which has been on the Indian market for a while, is one of the competitors that the Xoom 110 will face.

By Reetika Bhatt | on February 19, 2023 Follow us on Autox Google News

As its latest 110cc offering, Hero MotoCorp recently launched the all-new Xoom scooter. The Xoom 110 is more youth-focused and adopts a more sporty stance than its siblings. Hero's latest sporty scooter sits alongside the Mastro Edge and the Pleasure Plus models. The Honda Dio, which has been on the Indian market for a while, is one of the direct competitors that the Xoom 110 will face. Now, in this story, we've compared the two scooters on paper, and this is how they fare out against each other in terms of price, rivals, features, design, mechanical specifications, and more. 

Price and Rivals

The Hero Xoom 110's asking price for the LX model is Rs 68,599. The VX and ZX models have price tags of Rs 71,799 and Rs 76,699, respectively (all prices are ex-showroom, Delhi). The base model of the Honda Dio costs Rs 68,624; the DLX trim costs Rs 72,626 (both prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). In the Indian market, the Xoom 110 scooter rivals the likes of the TVS Jupiter, the Honda Activa Smart, and the Honda Dio. 

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Both scooters feature an aggressive front end and a sharp design. The turn indicators are housed in the handlebar cowl, and the Xoom 110 has an LED headlight with an LED DRL built into the front apron. The Hero Xoom also has front cornering lights that activate based on the angle of lean. The Honda Dio, on the other hand, has maintained the same design for a few years now thanks to its youthful bodywork and identical fascia. Compared to the Xoom 110, the Honda Dio's rear side profile appears a little neater.


Hero has been upgrading its commuter bikes with new features in the XTec trim over the past couple of years. The Xoom 110, however, appears to include all of those in its current configuration. Along with LED lighting, cornering lights, and an LCD with smartphone connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation, it is also equipped with. The ZX model is the only one with the aforementioned technology, while the LX must make do with an analogue device. Additionally, a USB charger is included, neatly tucked away to prevent water intrusion. ACG silent start, LED headlights, and a fully digital console without connectivity are the Honda Dio's only features.

Mechanical Specifications

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A 110.9cc BS6-compliant engine producing 8.05bhp of peak power and 8.7Nm of maximum torque powers the Hero Xoom 110. It has a CVT gearbox attached to it and provides a passably spirited performance. The Honda Dio, meanwhile, is propelled by a 109.51cc single-cylinder engine that produces 7.65bhp of maximum power and 9Nm of peak torque. It has a fairly nimble engine that performs economically and with a hint of sportiness.

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Both the Xoom 110 and the Honda Dio are supported by a single rear shock and conventional telescopic front forks. However, the Xoom has a front disc and rear drum unit while the Dio has drum brakes on both ends. The Xoom 110 is available with 12-inch units wrapped in a 90/90 front and 90/80 rear tyre, while the Honda Dio is also missing out on alloy wheels. Compared to the Xoom's 5.2-litre fuel tank, the Honda Dio has a 5.3-litre capacity.

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