Honda Elite scooters include the Elite 125, Honda's first four-stroke motor scooter, and the Elite 80 and Elite 150 and 250 four-stroke models, which Honda introduced in 1985. The Elite LX and Elite SR, Honda's last street-legal two-stroke, are other models from the late1980s. The Elite S, which Honda introduced in 1994, is a restricted speed moped with a top speed of 30 mph.
After 1988 Honda did not produce a new Elite scooter until the Elite, also known as the Elite 110, in 2010. At the time of its introduction, North America had not seen a new small-wheeled scooter since 2002. With small wheels and an 8.9-horsepower engine, this new Elite was perfect for in-town driving. The 110 also has good storage including a compartment under the seat that holds two helmets, a glove box and a grocery bag hook. It features Honda's combined braking system that engages the rear brakes when the driver pulls the front brake lever.
The Honda Elite is a 2013 model that includes a seat for two with below seat storage and a glove compartment. This model also features a liquid-cooled fuel-injection four-stroke single-cylinder engine, an average 106 mpg and the combined braking system.