2013 Honda Metropolitan on 2040-motos
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2013 Honda Metropolitan, 2013 Honda Metropolitan Smart. Practical. Stylish. Meet the New Metropolitan. Looking for the smartest way ever to get around town? Then check out the new Honda Metropolitan. This sleek little two-wheeler combines super-cool style, brilliant fuel economy and unmatched practicality and wraps it all up in a sharp package that offers the quality only a Honda can offer. Featuring an automatic transmission, a fuel-injected engine, plenty of storage and more, the new Metropolitan is going to make just getting around your favorite part of the day. Fashion, meet function. Sure, the new Metropolitan looks sexy. But under those cute curves it also has a Ph.D. in practicality. In fact, when it comes to getting from Point A to Point B, the Metropolitan can do it with a minimum amount of gas, no parking hassle, and a maximum amount of fun. Sleeker A new headlight treatment, new handlebar, new instruments and new turn signals lend an even fresher look to a scooter that s already a fashionista favorite. Don t you wish everything in your life was this stylish? Even More Practical The Metropolitan is one of the best urban errand-runners ever. A bigger convenience hook holds totes and grocery bags, an inner rack catches your water bottle or other small items, and a full 22 liters of secure underseat storage holds a helmet and more. Smarter Programmed Fuel Injection makes the new Metropolitan a real winner at the gas pump, returning excellent fuel economy! The technology also helps give the Metropolitan surprisingly good performance. V-matic Automatic Transmission The Metropolitan's one-speed V-matic automatic transmission means no shifting ever not even into park or neutral. Just turn the key, press the starter button, and go!
*SRP $1,999. Does not include $125 in destination charges.
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