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2004 Honda Nss250 Reflex on 2040-motos

YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:5989 ColorColor: Black
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2004 Honda NSS250 Reflex, NSS250 Reflex - Available January 2004. Sure it's cool, and now it comes in two stylish new versions: the Reflex, in all-new Red, and the Reflex Sport, in Black with a snazzy short windshield and chrome accents. And with its smooth automatic transmission, Combined Braking System and plush, two-up seating, it's a beauty that goes far beyond skin deep.

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