2012 Honda Elite Scooter Injection

The 2012 Honda Elite new liquid-cooled fuel-injected four-stroke 108cc single-cylinder powerplant features a single overhead camshaft for dependable power, brisk acceleration, outstanding fuel economy and clean, efficient operation. Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) ensures optimal engine performance and seamless, right-now throttle response across a wide range of riding conditions. Honda Elite belt-converter transmission with advanced three-stage operation provides optimum power delivery. Seamless acceleration throughout a wide range of speeds delivered with twist-and-go ease.

2012 Honda Elite
2012 Honda Elite
For 2012 Honda Elite brought back it's mid-sized scooter along with some well thought modifications. Two of these changes were that the engine size was increased from 125cc to 150cc (thus changing the model name to the Elite 150) and that the Elite 150 was now being sold in two editions, the standard model, and a deluxe model. The deluxe model (CH150D) shared an almost identical body and frame as the elite 125, including the digital instrument cluster and flip-up headlamp, while the standard model (CH150) got a more conventional pedicure, featuring an analog dashboard, and a fixed headlamp.

The 2012 Honda Elite is Combined Braking System (CBS) features a 190mm front disc and hydraulic dual-piston caliper linked with a rear drum brake to provide braking force to both wheels. Need to stow your lid, some groceries, or perhaps your laptop and textbooks?  No worries with the Elite's underseat compartment, which can fit a helmet and more. Reliable electric start, combined with an automatic choke, ensures hassle-free starting with push-button ease, even on cold mornings.


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