mrbigtime81: sold my honda cbr 600 rr 2013 and buying this. people say me crazy but i
think this is better and safe.
euheide: Nice video! Just a tip though, to close the ignition shield, you don't need
the key. Just pull that protruding piece of metal up ;). Also the taller
windscreen is not perfect but it's an improvement over the stock. Also, if
you don't use the bike every day, don't use the idle stop feature, or it
will drain your battery dry. One last thing. That pretty chromed handlebar
will rust like hell unless you regularly apply like WD40 or something like
that. I was pretty disappointed with that little detail being used to other
bigger Honda bikes and the usual quality.
Sacha Babuta: 16 coca- colas and a baguette. That's a balanced diet right there.
oliver5976: This is my best scooter ever and I had many...
MrSiberian55: I went to look at one of these scooters today and I was very impressed with
how it looks and the amount of storage it has. I could fit probably a lot
more than I can fit in my Yamaha Vino 125. From what I've heard about these
Honda's, they can do about 80 MPH. I live in the U.S. so I'm not sure what
it'd be in KMH. I didn't get to test drive it but I did sit on it. The seat
is pretty comfortable. The hump in the seat I have no complaints about. I
like the fact that I can stretch out and actually enjoy my drive. I will
probably buy one of these in Red since that's the only color my Honda
dealer had. LOL. I just need a good, reliable scooter that will get me to
work or wherever I'm going with no problems.
Azurel777: One of my favs. Would have bought one if it had ABS. Ended up with her big
989Bigboss: My pcx 150 is awesome crapty back tires though.
Andrew Wakeman: jerky jerky lol
marc roberts: i got a white pcx 125 one it is one of the best scooters iv ever had m
hoping to change it next year iv had it since may 2012 very comfy nice to
ride on a local scale cause its 125 and im still on cbt certicate
grimreapersmith: im getting one in one week are they as good as people say,ive looked at the
reviews and everyone is positive
GadgetEnquirer: Cheers. Mine's still running in so haven't opened it to full pelt but I was
doing 50 at times on the two-lane A406 and yes, there's quite a bit of wind
buffeting and a sense of instability at times. But it was an abnormally
windy day. I would have thought an extended, say 20 mile, commute on dual
carriageway would be a bit arduous. But then I'd feel that way on any
motorbike given how easy it is in a car. Traffic-bound streets and a quiet
country road are this scoot's best domains. I love it.
Edwin S Anthony: I just sat on the PCX 125 today in Chelmsford and i must say the hump on
the seat is perfectly positioned....for me. The height is perfect too as i
can place my feet just about flat on the ground. My height is 1.69m. So i'd
say anyone of the same height or slightly more will love the feel.
Additionally, the bike feels really well-made when i sat on it. I'd say it
feels better than it looks.
Edwin S Anthony: I'm 1.69m (5ft 5") and don't have a problem with the hump. In fact, it is
perfectly positioned for my size. It's the height of the rider and the
inseam that is the issue. However, i wonder why it isn't an issue for you
given your 6ft4 height :) Perhaps you're accustomed to what i'd call the
'foetal/crouching tiger' position ;) I considered the Yamaha BWs 125, but
it was too high for me (780mm). It would, however, be good for those who
have a problem with the PCX's seat height and hump.
EinkOLED: That hump goes away the less you fill up. That's what a pcx owner in Egypt
hustling0109: keeps us updated with any problems etc thanks
torieoxford63: Can you post where in China you are getting your replacement seat from,
thanks. The seat's the ONLY thing that puts me off this bike!! Thanks
GadgetEnquirer: Hope your PCX has arrived and you're enjoying it. My humpless seat arrives
Wednesday so I'll let everyone know if it's any better.
EppingForest304: Great review, thanks for uploading :)
GadgetEnquirer: Re service intervals… According to the manual, you need to replace the oil
every 5000 miles and adjust / inspect the valves every 2500 miles. Got this
from the ClubPCX forum. Worth reading.
mountainwheels: Nice video, one comment, the idle stop feature is common to most of the
modern Honda scooters even in the entry level 50cc displacement category.
It's nice except for when making a right turn across oncoming traffic.
That's when it becomes a bit of a pain.
Derek Adams: You're right. I meant to say radiator.
mountainwheels: For a commuter bike, a CVT (continuously variable transmission) is the
best. You don't need to mess about with gears and trying to ride
efficiently to save petrol. I love my motorcycle but as a commuter I think
this is much better. The under-seat capacity is quite nice as well.
TATARSTAN59500: thats economic scooters no 700 integra
Alec Santi: It looks beautiful. Most scooters look quirky and have an awkward shape
sometimes. This bike has a very simplistic and sporty style without trying
to over compensate the fact it is not a motorcycle.
Edwin S Anthony: Very enlightened view - that motorcycles are stuck in the dark ages with
their clunky gears. I always took it as a given and never questioned it
until your perspective, and i think you put a comment in 'motorcyclenews'
as well. I was inclined toward a geared bike, but after the TOO basic
training given at the CBT stage for those new to geared bikes - which puts
riders and others in danger - i moved toward considering the PCX. And that
is what i'll get. Thanks muchos!
Narest Lertkidsomboon: Honda PCX Seat cover for Anti-Heat & Water-Repellent Video at youtube /
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undergroun510: I have a scooter this week. Driveability perfecto little windy to dam up to
70 km_h. I feel a little sorry that it s not 11kw but 8,4-6 ? But
satisfaction. sry language. from slovakia.
FuckinCrazyness: how am i gonna carry a 30 pack? i like the scooters with the flat floor.
Edwin S Anthony: True. I learnt to use a geared bike 20+ years ago when i took lessons and
didn't have problems with any jerkiness after a while. It's the skill. But
i think the point made by GE is that one has to get past this hurdle in the
first place, whereas with a scooter, one doesn't.
3Dudelsack3 (Davis Schulz): great
Neil Mullens: Glad you're happy with the PCX which is a nice scooter but, to be fair, the
'jerkiness' on your VL125 was not caused by the throttle, but rather your
inability to use the clutch correctly!!!
myEhd05: Pick up my New Honda PCX yesterday, sweet. Looking forward to drive around
town. Thanks for sharing.
UniversalGamingUK: whats the power like? Does it have enough pull/power?
waspsting11: Good video mate. Iv had my pcx for 2 years from new and just love it. Only
problem is the seat hump holds water and is a bit of a pain.
EvilRacer329: Nice job - thinking of getting one of these to commute and keep the miles
off my Bandit. Just to help you out, the grille on the right side is in
fact where the radiator is located for the water cooling system, the black
box above the swing arm on the left is your air intake. Have you had a
chance to ride it for extended high speeds yet, and if so, how does it
handle it? Is the windblast manageable? What're the service intervals/costs
GadgetEnquirer: Excellent news. I had the same nervous start but after a mile it was like
riding a bicycle. Only more comfortable. And faster. Still running mine in
but I do open the throttle 3/4 occasionally and it has plenty of oomph.
Stop press! Just fitted my new seat and have posted a review.
eurosceptic1: Is this better than the SH 125?
John C: Why not take your full test I did passed and went on the motorway I don't
have this scooter but have a 125cc sym scooter and go everyware on it
cbranin45: Does this scooter have power. Like pick up. Or is it slow