Honda Aero 125 Motor Scooter Guide

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Honda ANF 125

HONDA AERO 125 (NH125)

The 125 (model code NH125) is a uncommon scooter. In North it was only offered for 1984 and then it wasn’t sold in or California. After 1984 scooter was dropped, likely due to the emissions regulations that Vespa out of North

America in the 80’s. Honda’s concurrent and lavish promotion of the popular 125 in ’84 also didn’t the Aero 125’s chances. two scooters were sold by side in 1984 and it the 4-… was clearly more popular buyers.

Outside North this scooter was sold as the 125 is quite a few countries from — 1987. A few neat ad and scans showing the various of the Aero 125 can be seen here .


The 125cc Aero is the 2-… scooter Honda has sold in North America. lists the top speed of this at 54 mph but most owners report can hit 55-65mph. However, the speedometer reads 10% high so Honda’s of 54 mph sounds about right. not really highway touring but it’s enough to venture out of on 55 mph back roads if you’re

I suspect the Aero 125 accelerates and is able to hold its speed up hills and into brisk because it’s got an impressive 9.0 of torque. For comparison, the Elite 125 has 7 lbs/ft. Both scooters similar horsepower ratings.

With the Aero 125, is what you can expect under use.

Storage Convenience

The 125 boasts some nice like a brushed aluminum rack, dual rear to handle beefier loads and a headlight. The European version the Lead 125) also had a which is pretty neat. If wondering why there is a big space on the side of the gauges (where wrote ‘aero125’), it’s the dash was designed to have a here.

It’s frustrating so many scooter manufacturers the need to remove a few features for the American market so they can the MSRP a few bucks. Along lines, Honda also the kickstarter on North American 125’s. This isn’t a problem but having a kickstarter is nice for those emergency

If you really feel ambitious you can to source overseas parts to a kickstarter but this is a daunting because you need quite a few

In the storage department, the Aero 125 is equipped. It has a generous sized and some storage under the enough to fit a couple books or your lunch. Check out the scans at the bottom of this for a look.


If you’re trying to a unique and rare scooter, the 125 is certainly a great choice. got solid acceleration, good for it’s age and nice storage. if you’re simply trying to a practical scooter around to provide you with reliable then an Elite 125/150 or Riva 125 are probably better

Both of those scooters are which means better economy, lower pollution, no smell and a longer engine Plus they are both more popular, so you’ll an easier time finding and other owners to talk to.

Honda ANF 125

The Aero’s top speed is similar to Elite 125 and Yamaha’s Riva 125 are good for 55-60mph) but it’s slower than the Elite 150 This is pretty significant if you’re driving a lot of 55mph It can be the difference between keeping up traffic and being the slowest on the road.

Given the choice, I get the Aero 125 because I like its and rarity, but the Elite 150 or a big Riva is the practical choice.

OWNER (8) — Browse the Aero 125 BROCHURE SCANS — A of Vintage Aero 125 Literature


— Strong

* Final Drive: Belt

* 68.9” / 1750mm

* Width: / 645mm

* Height: 42.9” /

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