Europe’s most popular scooter has been revised for 2015, offering tremendous value-for-money and an array of new features along with enhanced safety and innovations, to give commuters the ride they have been looking for.
For a start, the Honda PCX150 utilizes eSP – ‘Enhanced Smart Power’ in its engine design.
What that means is more power, better performance and, together with a bigger, 8 litre fuel tank, a range of more than 350 kilometres between visits to the petrol pumps*.
Honda’s latest scooter is also easy on the environment, thanks to its Idle Stop technology, which cuts the engine at traffic lights and restarts it – silently and automatically – with a twist of the handgrip.
The 2015 Honda PCX150 offers features like LED lighting front and rear for greater visibility and safety; the improved convenience of greater under-seat storage, with a handy stay to hold the seat up for easier access; even a 12 volt AC adapter that allows the rider to charge a mobile phone on the move.
New bodywork provides not only a more modern look but also a lower seat height of only 760mm which, together with a ‘straddling height’ of 540mm, means that the PCX150 is comfortable for riders of all shapes and sizes.
The new styling also ensures it will satisfy the style-conscious urban young commuter, without sacrificing its in-traffic manoeuvrability.
An all-new instrument panel now features an LCD display and clock, for visibility in any light conditions.
The Honda PCX150 is available in two colour choices, Pearl Cool White or Pearl Siena Red, while a range of accessories, including a wind shield and top box, are available so riders customise their riding experience.
With an outstanding Manufacturer’s List Price of only $4199 plus on-road cost, the 2015 Honda PCX150 will be in dealers in June and offers everyone a 21st century commuter that will put a smile on a rider’s face.
*The fuel consumption figures quoted in this release are based on standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. You may experience different results depending on riding conditions and the condition of the motorcycle.
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