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Honda Learner Approved Bikes

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Honda CB125E

Latest review: I like small bikes and many of my motorcycling years were done on bikes ranging from 90cc to 125cc, Not covering so many kilometers these days, I wanted a reliable little motorbike that is cheap to


Honda CB400

Latest review: mine is 2009 model, with no abs. Bought it in 2017 with 35K ish kms on it. Use it mainly as a daily commuter. Pro: smooth 4 cylinder engine, smooth gearbox, low seat height so it's friendly to


Honda CBR500R

Latest review: cheap bike that doesn't make mistakes but isn't brilliant at anything. your jaw wont drop with excitement and the adjustable forks on the 16+ models are a bit of a joke. over all very meh. I feel as


Honda CBR125R

Latest review: If you want a bike without all the frills that just gets you from A-B this is the one. As a LAM's approved bike this bike this is going to fall under the lower end of the spectrum in regards to


Honda Today 50

Latest review: I bought a used scooter, 2013. making 35km/L, with just $5 you fill the tank. Incredible! Best scooter ever!! Don't make that crazy noise because it's 4 strokes! I'm very have with this scooter. And


Honda Lead 100

Latest review: I bought this because I assumed it would be fast enough on 80km/h roads because it has a 100cc motor. It's top speed is 75km/h and that's with a tailwind. Pretty much anything over 60km/h is a bonus


Honda CTX200

Latest review: Relatively simple maintenance. Oil dipstick in a painful location when putting oil in (1 litre), has a strainer not an oil filter. Reliable plodder, good low gearing in first for cattle, good


Honda NSC110 Dio

Latest review: We had a 2016 dio 110 for our delivery and runaround bike for 1 year until it crashed on the tram roads. it was able to actually do 110km on the freeway during the first month of ownership but


Honda PCX 150

Latest review: I do however, have three annoyances about my machine:- 1. With a decent headwind while riding uphill (without a pillion rider) along the main “highway” that cuts through my locale, I’m lucky to ge


Honda Grom

Latest review: I agree with everyone else, this is a great eat little bike. It has a fairly high spec for a cheap bike too. Disc brakes front and rear, digital instuments with tacho, clock and 2 trip meters. The


Honda CBR300R

Latest review: Super reliable, made by Honda - one of the best motoring companies. Smooth engine, and everything works so well. Very quick when you want to move, scary to think how much power comes out of just one


Honda PCX 125

Latest review: Despite its narrow wheels, the road holding is actually quite good especially after the original tyres are replaced with quality brands. There is also ample storage underseat for a full face helmet


Honda XR190L AG

Latest review: The bike itself in any form is not fit for the purpose it is proposed for according to the website. The engine is a road bike style engine with fuel injection (a screamer engine) with very little