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2013 Honda Pcx 150 Scooter on 2040-motos

US $3,099.00
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:2 ColorColor: red

Scottsdale, Arizona, US

Scottsdale, AZ, US
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TypeType:Scooter Stock NumberStock Number:U002092 PhonePhone:8667446731

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Near Brand new 2013 Honda PCX150! Perfect for new riders, commuting, just running around town... Near 100 MPG!!!!pcx 150 125

Moto blog

Honda Motor Compo: For Those Too Lazy to Walk From the Car to the Front Door

Thu, 01 Dec 2011

Honda introduced a new electric suitcase-styled scooter concept designed to be small enough to fit in the passenger compartment of a car. (Updated with more high-resolution photos). The Motor Compo concept was unveiled alongside Honda’s futuristic-looking Micro Commuter Concept electric car at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show.

Stocking filler suggestion: 3

Fri, 10 Dec 2010

Before going out on my high-powered motorcycle I always like to make sure that I'm wearing clean boxers with good elastic. Having once been admitted to A&E in a tatty pair of shreddies that weren't only on inside out (improved mileage) but were also on back to front (got dressed in the dark) and - if that wasn't already embarrassing enough - the elastic in the waistband had gone, too. Deep shame.To avoid any similar thunder-pant faux-pas, Red Torpedo have decided to run a Christmas offer so that everyone can get a pair of funky Crawford pants in a tin to put in their stocking as well as a "pick your own" brand new PRIMO quality t-shirt all for £25 - a festive saving of ten, whole English pounds.

OEMs Plug into Electric Bikes

Sat, 01 Nov 2008

KTM introduced its prototype electric motorcycle earlier this week, and electric bike manufacturer Zero Motorcycles almost immediately responded by opening sales on its 2009 Zero X dirt bike (look for our review of the 2008 model next week!). But these two companies arenít the only ones exploring the possibilities of electric-powered motorcycles. In September, Japanís largest industrial information journal Nikkei Business Daily reported that both Honda and Yamaha have set target dates for launching their own electric-powered motorcycles.