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2010 Honda Elite on 2040-motos

$2,500
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:600
Location:

Milford, New Hampshire

Milford, NH
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i am selling a 2010 honda elite 110cc that does 53 mph and gets 115mpg and is rated for 109 miles-per-gallon. it has an under the seat storage and a glove box. its fuel injected and zips right along. i am selling because i need to down size a bit and i alreay have a big bike that i will be running to work and leasure riding. the scooter has 3400 work traveled miles on it and the oil has been changed way before reccomended intervals. every 600 miles.im selling it for 2900 because thats qwhat i still owe on it. it also comes with a 6 yr extended warranty along with anti-theft guard and tires and wheel combo that protects the whole scooter from theft and tire damage and wheel damage.

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