The PCX125 has topped the powered two-wheeler sales charts in Europe for the last two years. Its success is down to a formula Honda has had many years’ experience in perfecting. The strong, modern design allows it to slip elegantly into a style-conscious urban youngster’s lifestyle, while compact dimensions ensure it can wriggle through busy traffic – and park – with ease. Perhaps most importantly, the PCX125 represents great value for money, in terms of initial affordability and low running costs, thanks to very competitive pricing and the engine’s performance and fuel efficiency.
Two years ago it was the first scooter in Honda’s range to receive the low-friction engine code-named eSP: “enhanced Smart Power”. For 2014 – and building on the winning formula – Honda’s engineers, led by Large Project Leader (LPL) Yamaguchi-san have not rested on their laurels. Their new PCX125 – which goes on sale in the spring of 2014 – is more stylish, even more fuel-efficient and features a host of detail upgrades to facilitate life on the move in a busy city environment.