2010 Honda SH150i Review —

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Honda SH 150 i

Fuel-injected scootin’

Wanna put a on your face? Step one of Honda’s latest imports. from Honda Italy, the SH150i is just one of a few new tricks up sleeve for the coming model

Receiving a dose of updates in the SH sold in the European market for a few before coming to America. The carbureted SH150 picked up an as well as roomier rider Now that Honda North has cleared the floor of 2009s, fulfilling the demand for economic and rides with the liquid-cooled 153cc four-… Single

The ‘i” refers to the fuel injection of not “Italian-designed craftsmanship” like I had thought.

Honda says the is the best-selling scooter in Italy, of any so it’s already a hit in Europe. The SH is to take on the dollar-conscious and style-picky melting pot – as well as a passenger – all in one to manage package.

Not since the 1987 model Elite 150 has American Honda anything of this size. believe the time is right for of all ages to enjoy the fun of scootering. 2010 they’ll have two new scoots between Honda’s 50 and units.

Almost perfect from Honda as gasoline are peaking again with the of the first weeks of summer.

mid-pack among the Japanese scooter line-up with an of $4,499, the SH150i competes for dollar against the Vespa 150 and the closest competitor by spec, the People 150 [$2,799] – both air-cooled versus the Honda’s ride. No other manufacturer an L-C 150. Bookending Honda’s will be the 600cc Silver at $8,199 and the pocket-sized 50cc for $2,049.

The Big Ruckus has been leaving only the 50cc for $2,499. Making a similar and return to the American market is the this time in a fuel-injected110cc and selling for $2,999. More to on the Elite this fall.

Blasting along the city the narrow SH feels smaller it looks, which some of you may or may not You couldn’t call the Japanese-built flimsy or cheap, just and flickable. Fit and finish is true to reputation of clean and solid for every product, but not so light be blown off the street by a passing With a claimed 302-pound weight (full of gas and fluids), that throttle and away you go!

The wheelbase lends to a stable responding quickly to steering The rear wheel is convinced to you anywhere by way of super-smooth Honda belt-converter CVT transmission.

The programmed fuel-injection (PGM-FI) snappy throttle response and in stretching your dollars per No claims were made for per gallon, but look for future testing on MO for details such as

Sporting large-diameter 16-inch head-to-toe and wrapped with tires, you could call the handling “Breezy.” The front and rubbers differ only in 100/80 in front, 120/80 in the Smooth power delivery and free-wheeling, the SH makes quick of navigating any city’s pot holes, nicks and scrapes. The 16-inch offer high-speed stability in competitors’ 10 and 12-inch wheels.

is done by Honda’s scooter-version of brakes, the combined brake or CBS. As is with traditional the right hand lever the front brake. The left-hand applies pressure to both the caliper and 220mm single disc as well as the rear drum.

Simultaneous application of the drum brake arm and disc hydraulic piston is done via a crossover wire connected to the hand lever for more stopping power.

Honda SH 150 i

Saddling just 30.9 from the ground, there’s enough for loosely flat-footing the while seated. Between and manhole covers you’ll yourself smiling at the neighborhood as it along at an easy 50 mph. Top can reach up to 65 mph (indicated), but the real fun is through stopped traffic and where only bicycles tread.

Clear, buzz-free mirrors show you how far your are behind you.

Folding floorboards provide a comfortable/short to an alternative riding position for the riding crowd and those to move their legs while riding. You’ll find that they get in the way of putting your own legs at full stops when you a passenger – unlike the folding found on some Vespa

Because this ain’t Razor scooter, the SH sports a hydraulic front fork 3.5 inches of travel and a pair of shocks with 3.3 inches of to hold up the rear. The shocks’ can be adjusted to suit various

Honda reports a crankshaft rating of 11.6kw at 8500 In terms of numbers we Americans can that’s 15.5 horsepower; than the CRF230L puts out at the wheel!

Beneath the rider is storage space for a half-helmet a few other goodies, including the toolkit. You’ll also the 1.8-gallon fuel tank there. Fill-ups require the rider un-mounting and saddle

Between your hands, find a modern dash a big, clean speedometer by coolant temp and fuel as well as an LCD clock, odometer and one

Always prepared to make ride your own, will offers a 35-liter top box [$268.95] to perch atop the rear rack without the aid of hardware. The passenger’s comfort in the form of a backrest pad available for $45.95. The stock rack approx 8 x 10 inches… big enough for an cheapy alternative – the milk

Honda SH 150 i
Honda SH 150 i
Honda SH 150 i
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