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Perfect commuter and fun to ride.
I bought a new PCX150 from Peter Stephens in Dandenong Jan 21.
So glad I paid a couple of buck extra for a top quality product.
I love the led lighting, both for safety and easy of operation. Cars see you much better and you as a rider can see the indicators flashing bright on the dashboard, hard to ride with them on and not notice. Bought a Givi top box. Under seat storage is OK but with the box it now can take quite a bit of gear. The keyless operation is fabulous, no more fumbling around with gloved hands trying to fit in a key. Fuel econo...my is great 2-2.5l/100 so I prefer to take the bike to run into the next town to save gas. It in NIPPY and I am a big guy (130kgs) and it will still do 110km/h just. Not so willing up big hills with me but my wife 55kgs no problems. Like the bigger wheels gives me a much better sense of stability at faster speeds. ABS works well stops very positively. Handles well, cornering is secure and inspires confidence. Bike looks great and my wife loves the style. Finish is spot on, and everything works the way it is supposed to. Transmission seems great, nice speed off the line and it doesn't work to hard when it is at 100ks. So if you want a reliable, stylish, fun, economical and a mode of transport that makes a lot of sense then I recommend the PCX150.
Purchased in January 2021 for $5,700.00.
Beauty that is looks stylish and goes reasonably fast for 150cc and extremely fuel efficient.
Got my bike in 2018 from a private owner. Its a white 2012 model and had 7000km on the clock.
Firstly PCX 150 looks soo hot and stylish.
Extremely fuel efficient
Easy to use, its acceleration and braking is decently good compared to others for a 150cc. Easily hits 100km/hr no problemo and handles like a breeze.
Never had any problems
Now the Kilometers is close to 49000km, have always serviced and absolutely worth it.
Enjoy taking my bike everywhere - city, traveling near the beach, work. In all weather conditions it seems to cope very well. Just gotta be careful on tram tracks and white lines on a general basis.
Parking is easy in Melbourne.
#LoveHondaPCX150 its worth it.
Purchased in October 2018.
Purchased this bike as a commuter to work in the city from the suburbs (35kms) each way and an Uber eats delivery bike in my spare time.
It’s smooth throttle and ergonomic seating added with its fuel range makes this the number one choice. Yet to have an issue.
Purchased in February 2021 for $3,000.00.
PCX150 has ticked all boxes.
I was looking for something that easy to handle, stylish, cheap to run and reliable. I've done very thorough research and PCX150 has ticked all boxes.
PCX has a fully automatic continuously variable transmission. Just twist your wrist and go. I don't know why Honda use ABS on front brakes only but I have no problem with stopping.
It has some features that you think you can find them only in modern cars such as idling stop/start system which enhances fuel economy and Smart Key system that allows the rider to start the engine or lock the steeri...
Purchased in May 2015 for $5,300.00.
Great bike with excellent storage under seat. Runs well and makes parking a breeze. My PCX is my first bike and now take it everywhere and leave the car at home. Easily gets to highway speed and is very reliable. My only problem with the bike is that my full face helmet (medium) doesn’t fit under the seat but lucky I opted for a top box and it easily fits into the Shad. The stop go feature works well and i am getting around 300kms from a tank of fuel at a cost of around $9.50. Love it!
Purchased in April 2019 for $5,550.00.
A Nimble and Reliable Machine
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 get much past 80 kmh at full throttle, to overtake. But I opted for the taller windshield at time of purchase anyway, and its inclusion certainly out-weighs any perceived lack of the machine’s power reserve in this situation.
2. The rear suspension is non-adjustable and this can be rather uncomfortable on the coccyx (tailbone), at times.
3. Both r...
Perfect bike for citiy trips
Excellent scooter for city trips. I bought it to ride to from home to office (40km) or to go to the beach. Like the start and go option, environmental-friendly and economical. Can carry someone with ease. Ideal for couple. I ride it since 1 month only but I'm very happy. One of the best deal onto the market.
Love this bike...
Love this bike... Amazing gas mileage, I can officially shame Prius drivers :) The PCX 150 handles very well, moves my wife and I with ease at speeds over 60 (I weigh in at 205, she's at 115). The PCX has an insane amount of on board storage for a scooter, the glove box was able to hold two mobile phones, my wallet, extra keys and still had plenty of room for a set of gloves etc.. The space under the seat is enough to fit my full face helmet and rain suit. Honda also includes an additional helmet harness in case you need to lock it up on the exterior of the bike. It looks great, rides great and has a great entry price, you can't go wrong with this scooter.
Practical for inner city riding
I ride it daily to & from work in middle of Kuala Lumpur city. From home to office a distance of 30+- km. previously driving a car for 12 years & I have never ridden a motorcycle in my life.
Pros : Very reilable and cheap to own bike. Easy to ride even by a newbie like me.
Cons : Factory tires are shit.Original suspension was a bit soft. (can be easily changed)
.Speed cuts of at 110Km/h, so not for the speed.
Sweet little machine
had for a few months and approx 3000kms now.... sensational scooter to ride, good brakes (left side is 30%front/70%rear) right brake is front only....very economical, currently between 45 to 50kms per litre....excellent acceleration from lights and will pull better than 100kms if need be.... 8 litre tank assures you of 350+ kms per fill.... the engine has an idle off switch which turns the engine off after 5 sec idle time.... starts with no hesitation as soon as you twist the throttle... very good attention to detail and build quality and the l...ed lighting is unsurpassed...initially the rather thin tyres 100/90/14s made me think there would be some handling issues, especially in melbourne tram tracks, however this has proved not so.... easy for home handy or no so handy man to service... best scooter i have had and highly recommend it... the only drawback is the indicators dont have a warning clicker to let you know they are on.....
Questions & Answers
How with radio on and phone case on it?
How much is it to put a radio and a USB port and a phone thing to hold your phone
1. Apparently, modern phones don’t have built-in FM radios, so I can’t advise you. The workaround though, is to install an Internet radio app, but this would bite into your 3G/4G/5G data usage, while on the move.
2. Cigarette lighter to USB adapter – you’re spoiled for choice here. Google this and you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
3. Motorcycle phone mount – as above.
Rene, I hope I have been of some help to you here.
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