Meet the 2011 Honda PCX, a stylish and decidedly sporty new mid-sized scooter that really delivers on routine errands, short commutes and even enjoyable little getaways. Its modern good looks combine with easy handling to create a practical yet fun riding companion. Thanks to its strong-running 125cc liquid-cooled fuel-injected four-stroke engine and a capable chassis, the PCX serves well for getting around town and even for short backroad weekend adventures. An electric starter and Honda's easy-to-use V-Matic automatic transmission make this new scooter a snap to operate. With comfortable seating to accommodate the rider and passenger, plus a surprisingly large under-seat storage area that's big enough to swallow a full-face helmet and more, the PCX serves as an accommodating package that rolls economical transportation and a fun-filled ride all into one. Available in Pearl White and Candy Red. Price: TBD
|Also called||PCX (125), PCX150, PCX125, PCX 125|
|Production||2010 - 2019|
single cylinder, four-stroke
|Bore / Stroke||57.3mm x 57.9mm|
|Top Speed||58 mph (94 km/h)|
|Horsepower||11.8 HP (8.8 KW) @ 8500RPM|
|Torque||8.7 ft/lbs (11.8 Nm) @ 5000RPM|
|Fuel System||injection. pgm-fi with automatic enrichment|
|Ignition||fully transistorised electric|
|Transmission||Gear box: automatic
Final Drive: belt
|Suspension||Front: 31mm hydraulic fork
Rear: twin suspension aluminum swingarm
|Brakes||Front: single disc. cbs
Rear: expanding brake (drum brake). cbs
|Wheelbase||51.81 inches (1316 mm)|
|Length||75.98 inches (1930 mm)|
|Width||29.13 inches (740 mm)|
|Height||43.31 inches (1100 mm)|
|Seat Height||30.12 inches (765 mm)|
|Weight||130.0 kg (wet)|
|Recommended Oil||Honda GN4 10W-40|
|Fuel Capacity||1.6 Gallon (6.06 Liters)|
|Fuel Consumption||2.31 liters/100 km (43.3 km/l or 101.83 mpg)|
The Honda PCX150 was a single cylinder, four-stroke scooter produced by Honda between 2010 and 2019. It could reach a top speed of 58 mph (94 km/h). Max torque was 8.7 ft/lbs (11.8 Nm) @ 5000 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 11.8 HP (8.8 KW) @ 8500 RPM.
The engine was a liquid cooled single cylinder, four-stroke. A 57.3mm bore x 57.9mm stroke result in a displacement of just 149.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a single overhead cams (sohc).
The bike has a automatic transmission. Power was moderated via the automatic, centrifugal, dry type.
It came with a 100/80-14 front tire and a 120/70-14 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc. cbs in the front and a expanding brake (drum brake). cbs in the rear. The front suspension was a 31mm hydraulic fork while the rear was equipped with a twin suspension aluminum swingarm. The PCX150 was fitted with a 1.6 Gallon (6.06 Liters) fuel tank. The wheelbase was 51.81 inches (1316 mm) long.
2011 Honda PCX 125
Stylish, unmistakeably sporty and a true all-rounder scooter, the 2010 Honda PCX 125 is a great machine for both daily commuting and weekend getaways. Easy maneuverable through the busy city traffic, but punchy enough for highway use and swiftly making it from A to B, the PCX 125 offers plenty f room for the rider and storage for personal belongings or grocery bag,
The plush two-up seat offers solid comfort for longer rides, while the automatic transmission makes riding this scooter easy and reassuring even for beginners. Add in the smooth injected engine and combined braking system (CBS) for a pleasurable, safer ride and get ready for a thrilling two-wheel experience.
2013 Honda PCX150
The 2012 PCX150 bridges the gap between the small-displacement machines and the maxi scooters. With plenty of displacement and power on tap, the PCX150 is still easy to ride and exceptionally manageable, even by beginning riders and people not accustomed to riding a motorcycle. This scooter sports premium seating for both rider and passenger, making city errands, daily commuting and weekend getaways as rewarding as it gets.
Remarkable economical, the 2012 PCX150 is also providing great weather protection and can indeed be ridden in all types of weather. Optional storage accessories are also available.
2017 Honda PCX125
The engine layout is built around a host of low-friction technologies working in harmony. An offset cylinder reduces friction caused by contact between piston and bore, efficiently transmitting combustion energy to the crankshaft. A compact combustion chamber and PGM-FI fuel injection optimises combustion efficiency and cooling performance, tailoring torque characteristics to suit the rpm ranges typically used by a 125cc scooter rider.