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2011 Honda Pcx 125 Moped on 2040-motos

US $2,899.00
YearYear:2011 MileageMileage:6 ColorColor: RED
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Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Las Vegas, NV, US
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TypeType:Moped Stock NumberStock Number:UH0688 PhonePhone:8883345580

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2011 Honda PCX 125, SALE SALE SALE!$200 OFF!CALL 888-334-5580 AND ASK FOR ERIK HARDIN!Here is a stylish and decidedly sporty new mid-sized Honda scooter that really delivers on routine errands, short commutes and even enjoyable little getaways--the 2011 PCX. Its modern good looks combine with easy handling to create a practical yet fun riding companion. Thanks to its strong-running 125cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected four-stroke engine and capable chassis, the PCX serves well for getting around town and even for backroad weekend adventures. With comfortable seating to accommodate the rider plus a passenger and a surprisingly large under-seat storage area that's big enough to swallow a full-face helmet and more, the PCX serves as an accommodating package that rolls economical transportation and a fun-filled ride all into one. The all-new Honda PCX is your ticket to ride wherever you want to. It s a great new addition to our scooter line that combines sportbike-inspired styling, on-the-go convenience and great fuel economy into a package that makes riding fun. With room for two, a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 125cc engine, a Honda V-Matic automatic transmission and tons of convenient storage everywhere, there s only one question left. Think you can handle being the center of attention when you show up on one? How Much Fun Can You Pack Into 125cc? The new PCX s liquid-cooled engine offers a perfect balance of power and terrific fuel economy. And there s plenty of room for a passenger. 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. It Doesn t Get Any Easier Than This. Automatic transmission? Check. Locking under seat storage big enough for a full-face helmet? Check. Separate glove compartment? Check. Side stand and center stand? Check. Theft deterrent ignition cover with locking stee

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