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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

2014 Honda PCX125 announced

Honda is giving the popular PCX125 scooter a comprehensive makeover for 2014.

Its tubular steel frame is unchanged, but the bodywork has been redesigned and now incorporates full LED lighting front and rear. Other tweaks include a larger fairing storage pocket and a modified seat unit that gains a sprung hinge but loses the previous version’s small backrest.

Equipment levels are more generous as the revised model comes with a dashboard clock, hazard warning lights and a 12V AC adaptor as standard. Depending on the market, up to six different paintwork colours are available.

Honda PCX125 (2014) Side

Power is still provided by a 125 cc, fuel-injected, four-stroke, single-cylinder engine that produces 11.5 bhp (8.6 kW / 11.7 PS). Fuel economy has been improved though thanks to reduced internal friction and the fitment of special low rolling resistance Dunlop tyres on the five-spoke cast aluminium wheels.

As a result, the 2014 PCX125 manages 133.8 mpg (2.1 l/100km / 47.4 km/l) on the World Motorcycle Test Cycle with the scooter’s Idling Stop function inactive. Combined with an increase in fuel tank capacity from 6.2 to 8.0 litres (1.4 to 1.7 gallons), that gives a theoretical range of 235 miles (379 kilometres).

The updated Honda PCX125 arrives at UK dealers this spring. Pricing has yet to be confirmed.

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