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Honda Crea Scoopy

Small is beautiful. Green is And Honda’s latest little scooter scores big on both

Photography by CARLOS ALZAMORA

the hell is what they the “communication meter” I ask you. a multifunctional digital display greets the rider with when you turn on the ignition and “Bye-bye!” when you turn it It also provides speed, level, oil change, time and It can also be set to tell the rider information such as birthdays, etc. Just what guy needs!

Sadly the Australian miss out, having a basic but practical set-up.

The brakes on the Scoopy are yet another of Honda’s Combined Brake this time called a system”. This allows the brake lever, on the left to operate the front and rear simultaneously. The brakes work but emergency stops at 60km/h the Scoopy a bit too long to pull up the brakes starting to fade constant hard pressure. too drastic but more initial would solve the situation.

And are pretty good overall you consider that it’s a drumand- cable set-up.

Handling on the Crea is awesome. The 90/90-10inch profile tyres like a proverbial to the blanket hail or shine. The steering is great apart from a of space in the knee area either keep your together and swivel them out of the or ride with legs and the geometry set-up of the bike it feel quite like a in its road manner.

For such a wheelbase scooter chassis, it so well over bumps you be forgiven for thinking you were anything else but a scooter. The are relatively narrow and close to the knees especially in tight situations. Best sit back in the when you turn sharply you could end up with a bar locked your leg.

Under-seat storage is a huge cavern that will fit a full-face helmet plus and light wets.

Honda Crea Scoopy
Honda Crea Scoopy

Under the you’ll also find a lock switch that the Scoopy from being away. The ignition lock as the steering lock and seat and also has a cover that a special key to open it. This is all and good to prevent honest but at 74kg the Scoopy is no heavyweight, Get a chain lock of some

There is a handy shopping bag on the steering column though between the headstock and seat is quite restricted. The petrol is located on the floor of the Scoopy and the hassle of getting under the as is usually the case with

The engine is a light and compact liquid-cooled, four-… motor. It is as being one of the most quiet and friendly motors in production in the Good work Honda. got plenty of poke to get you off the lights and gets to the 60km/h mark for such a little beast. On with my 80kg on board it struggle.

Best off keeping an escape in mind and go for the footpath if that big behind you is closing rapidly.

heavens, then, for the potent that will have swerving for cover as they you are in their blind spot.The can be forgiven for these limitations you remember it is only a 50cc and it suits its round town perfectly well. Two-up is possible, and a challenge given the seat, but is best kept to where traffic won’t 50km/h and there isn’t the to get off the line too quickly. Perfect for the

As published in TW SCOOTER MAGAZINE 27/10/2003

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