Honda Super Cub 125 Powered By A 125cc Fuel-Injected 9.5bhp Motor

Honda Super Cub 125 Powered By A 125cc Fuel-Injected 9.5bhp Motor

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Honda Super Cub 125

Honda Super Cub 125 Will go on sale in Europe in the next few months

The Honda Super Cub 125 includes a foot-operated transmission using four gears, using an automatic clutch, therefore no clutch lever is demanded. Honda claims fuel market of 66.7 kmpl, using an effective assortment of over 245 kilometres out of the 3.7-litre gas tank.

Honda Super Cub 125

“We all know our clients, female or male, take their personal style badly and we desire our newest Super Cub C125 to enhance their lifestyle. Its timeless design conveys worth and universality, and we’ve added a new level of functionality to the motor and managing ability into the staircase,” said project leader Tadamasa Maeda.

“Much like it was for our creator, our main pleasure is to play a positive role in everyday life – and put a large grin on the face of each Super Cub proprietor whenever and where they ride it”

The Honda Super Cub 125 keeps the familiar shape of the Super Cub as well as the first Honda Cub layout, but you will find contemporary touches; the headlight is all-LED today, and the tool console is a part analogue, part electronic, and the chair height is 780 mm, to allow it to be available to riders of different height and builds. The ignition is a keyless smart primary system and the Super Cub 125 is anticipated to be provided available in Europe in just two color variations, but costs haven’t been declared yet.

The Honda Cub is the most significant and longest commercial achievement, first found in 1958, ten years after the business was established. It is the very prosperous two-wheeler version of time, and last year, the Honda Cub attained the special milestone of making 100 million units globally. The Honda Cub continues to be tremendously popular in Japan, and throughout Asia, as well as the Americas, however, hasn’t been so popular in Europe. As of this moment, there’s not any word on if Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) plans to establish possibly the Super Cub 125 or 110 at India. But going by the industry response to comparable step-through scooters or perhaps cycles in India, it is unlikely it will probably be found in India, that is currently the world’s biggest two-wheeler marketplace by volume.

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