Honda PCX125 For Sale

The 2018 Honda PCX125 is a mid-range maxi scooter which often tops the sales charts and is powered by a 125cc single cylinder engine which puts out 12bhp. It was first released in 2010, with updates in 2012 and 2014.

Pros

  • Sharper looks, cool lights, modern dash
  • More helmet space under the seat

Cons

  • ABS only operates on the front brake
  • Only a drum brake at the rear

What Is It?

It's powered by a Euro 4 compliant liquid cooled 125cc single cylinder engine, producing 12.1bhp at 8,500rpm and maximum torque at 5,000rpm.

Features include:

  • Steel tubular frame with Aluminium swingarm
  • Automatic CVT gearbox with belt final drive
  • 220mm disc up front with 2 piston caliper
  • 130mm drum at the rear
  • ABS system
  • 31mm fork with 89mm travel
  • Dual rear shocks with 84mm travel
  • LED lighting all round, ignition shutter
  • Sprung hinge on seat

Compared to the 2014-2017 PCX125 power is up 1bhp and 500rpm higher up the range, there's new rear shocks with more travel, a new frame design, new larger tyres, the seat height is up 4mm, there are new lighter 8-spoke spiral design wheels, a new headlight cluster with a more modern design including LED position strips, a new larger tail light with a funky X design, a much needed upgrade to the dash and a few small tweaks to the bodywork. Check the pics above.

For storage the new one litre larger compartment under the seat takes a wider range of full face helmets with space leftover for shopping and there's a glovebox on the left with a 12V socket. Honda's idling stop/start system is still there to boost your economy but it can be turned off from the right handlebar.

The 8-spoke 14" wheels take a 100/80 tyre at the front and a 120/70 at the rear (up from 90/90 and 100/90 on the old model) while accessories include a tall screen, 35 litre top box, heated grips and cover.

Colours: Black, grey, white, red

Did You Know?

140,000 have been sold in Europe since 2010

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Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2018 £2,900 £2,350 £2,050 1,950

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