2013 Honda Pcx150 on 2040-motos
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2013 Honda PCX150, 2013 Honda PCX 150
Your Ticket To Ride
Think of the new Honda PCX150 as the do-everything scooter. It offers the fuel economy of the most frugal scooters out there, but it s big enough and powerful enough to carry a passenger and ride on the highway. Storage? Check. Automatic transmission? Check. Easy to park? Do you even have to ask? A blast to ride? Double check on that one. The new PCX150 has it all, and it s the perfect choice if you re looking to replace that second car with something a whole lot smarter for these times when every dollar counts.
Super-smart style. Honda heart and soul.
Power to the People
With its new, bigger 153cc liquid-cooled four-stroke engine, the PCX150 is powerful enough to ride on the highway and carry you and a passenger, all while getting up to 102 MPG.
More Than Meets the Eye
The PCX is all about taking care of its rider. Exhibit A: the large seat and floorboards. You get room to move around and your passenger gets plenty of room too. The full-length floorboards and step-through design also makes getting on and off a whole lot easier.
Easy To Park
The PCX150 gives you the choice of both a sidestand and a centerstand. That makes it easy to park for a fast dash into a store (the sidestand) or when you need to park it upright in a tight space (the centerstand). With a lot of other scooters, you only get one or the other.
That long, plush seat does more than just look comfortable, it's probably nicer than that sofa in your living room. An improved seat cushion this year makes it even better, while the stepped passenger section gives your copilot a better view.
With the Honda V-Matic automatic transmission, riding couldn't be easier. Just start the engine, twist the gas, and go. The V-Matic means no shifting, ever so you concentrate on the road ahead and simply enjoy the ride! The V-matic is a continuously variable design, so you'll never feel it lurch from one gear to another. Smooth.
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