New Scooter From Honda

Calvin Kim
by Calvin Kim
Honda unveiled a new scooter at the Bologna Motor Show. It features a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke power plant much like the one found on the @ 125 scooter. The power plant achieves low-emissions through the use of an advanced air induction system to ensure complete combustion of all exhaust gases.

Power is put down to the ground via 16 inch wheels and a variable ratio,V-matic transmission. Motorcycle-style suspension help keep the wheels on the ground and handling sure-footed. Featuring a linked-braking system, both hand-grip levers can activate both brakes. The braking system has been specifically engineered for the SH125 to provide optimum brake balance.

Other standard features on the SH125 include: fold-down footpegs, spacious cargo areas under the seat and below the instrument panel, a grab-rail/luggage rack and a specially coded ignition key. The Honda Ignition Security System (HISS) allows only one of the original keys to start the ignition.

The SH125 will be available from all UK Honda dealers beginning in April for an anticipated list price of £1700.

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