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Specs

  • Seat Height: Low (775 mm / 30.5 inches)
  • Weight: Light (107 kg / 236 lbs)
  • Fuel Capacity: Low (3.8 litres / 1.0 US gallons)
  • Economy: Very Good (120 mpg / 2.4 l/100km / 42.5 km/l)
  • Range: Average (100 miles / 161 km)
  • Top Speed: Average (65 mph / 105 km/h)
  • Capacity: Low (124 cc)
  • Power: Low (9 bhp / 7 kW)
  • Power to Weight: Low (0.084 bhp/kg / 0.063 kW/kg)
  • Redline: Average (8,000 rpm)
  • Road Tax / VED: Low (£22 Per Year)

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Gear & Accessories

Review In A Few

Pros

  • Super easy gear changes
  • Economical
  • Super light
  • Compact
  • Fun

Cons

  • No gear indicator
  • Range
  • Power

Video Reviews

Check out this video intro from Honda.

What Is It?

The Honda Dax is a retro style bike based on the popular Honda Monkey and is powered by a Euro 5 compliant air-cooled 124 cc single cylinder engine, producing 9.3 bhp at 7,000 rpm and maximum torque at 5,000 rpm.

Features include:

  • Steel tubular frame and swingarm
  • 220 mm disc up front with Nissin two piston caliper
  • 190 mm disc at the rear with Nissin single piston caliper
  • Single channel ABS with IMU based anti-stoppie
  • 31 mm upside down fork with 100 mm travel
  • Dual rear shocks with 102 mm travel
  • LED lighting all round
  • Negative LCD dash
  • 1->1 exhaust system
  • 4 speed gearbox with automatic clutch

The Honda Dax is a re-imagining of the original 1970s Dax but with the engine from the popular Super Cub, the dash from the Monkey and the wheels from the Grom.

The dash is a modern LCD affair with a fuel gauge, start-up animation and the key can even make the bike flash remotely.

The 5-spoke 12" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and a 130/70 at the rear.

Colours: Red, grey

Is should hit the dealers in August

Did You Know?

The name Dax originates from the resemblance of the original ST50 to a Dachshund or Sausage Dog. The centrifugal clutch allows gear changes using only the foot lever and the fuel tank lives inside the frame.

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