The Honda PCX125 scooter was the top selling Powered Two Wheeler in Europe in 2011. Its combination of crisp, contemporary ‘big scooter’ styling and nimble, reassuring chassis, plus a whole host of convenient design touches, make it a joy to live with on a day-to-day basis.
For 2012, the Honda PCX125 makes use of Honda’s next generation eSP (enhanced Smart Power) single-cylinder, liquid-cooled four-stroke engine, designed for durability, fuel economy, power and torque, coupled with quiet operation.
Honda was the first manufacturer, in 2006, to announce voluntary, per-unit CO2 emission reduction targets for all of its products and the plants that produce them. The PCX125 has championed this approach and continues to do so moving forward.
The PCX125 is Honda’s benchmark for everything a small-capacity scooter should be: practical, fashionable and, above all, fun.
The 2012 PCX125, with next generation eSP engine, will be available in the UK from Summer 2012.
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