$6,099 Ride-Away | Strictly limited stock available
Honda’s C125 Super Cub has arrived in Australian Honda dealerships, with strictly limited numbers available and a ride-away price of $6,099.
The Super Cub has a long history on a global scale, available in over 160 countries and amassing over 100 million units sold and for such a physically small and slim model, is a giant in the motorcycling world.
The unique story of the Super Cub begins back in 1958 (Honda’s first 10 years of operation) with the C100, the first Super Cub designed by Mr Soichiro Honda himself with his long-time business partner Takeo Fujisawa. Its stated aim was straightforward: ‘to provide the joy of playing a useful part in people’s lives,’ and it has certainly done that.
This ‘ode to the past’ model really highlights the Cubs timeless appeal and aims to continue the evolution of the legendary machine, by modernising a true classic to fit the demands of present day, city life.
Peter Stevens Melbourne have already retailed three units, nearly as soon as they arrived, with Sales Manager Leigh Bailey noting it’s a real stand out on the showroom floor.
Leigh Bailey – Peter Stevens Melbourne Sales Manager
“It’s got such an ‘old school’ appeal, when people come in and see it, they are drawn to it. We were pretty keen to have them because it’s got that nostalgic factor not many bikes offer. One of the guys who purchased one, has an original which is really nice to hear and he plans to put this new C125 with it in his man cave. Another already has a Monkey and when he saw the announcement that this new Cub was coming, he came in put his name down for one straight up.”
Available in Pearl Niltava Blue as an ode to the original C100, this iconic machine is sure to please Cub fans around Australia, as well as anyone looking for something truly exclusive. For those who want to secure one for themselves, get into your local Honda dealer or visit http://motorcycles.honda.com.au (link)
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