Honda SH150i — Owner Reviews Motor Scooter Guide

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Honda SH 150 i


2010 HONDA

Milage: 0 — 1000

Likes: Amazing suspension, fit/finish, Good acceleration for Awesome for the exurbs

Dislikes: trunk required for any carrying

Review: “ I recently up from a Scarabeo 100 to a Honda The Scarabeo was a good little but I am surrounded by highways and I hated the slowpoke on them. The Scarabeo was tough to cold start in weather — it was a nice and looked good, but it had a little personality than I liked.

The retails for $2000 more, and I’m not sure there’s more in the package, overall I am pleased with the great it provides, especially the MUCH suspension brakes. The steering / feels about the same, to me. I love the extra speed / I get from the 153cc engine, and a lot of the details delight: the headlamp is the gauges are easier to read, and the assembly seems sturdier the Scarabeo 100.

On the other $4500 and NO TRUNK? I had to fork an extra $300 to get the carrying I was accustomed to with the Scarabeo

Overall, my sense is this: if you a marquee scooter ride and the to range on highways or for longer get the SH150i. If you’re sticking to the save $2000+ and get the Scarabeo

2010 HONDA SH150i

1000 — 5000

Likes: Power Handling

Long distance seat Lack of accessories

Review: is my first bike and I bought it June. It is great for local and errands. I have loaded it with a case of water, package of TP and other assorted and still got around. My gas milage has from 69mpg to 90+ mpg with the being in the 70+.

The suspension is a little rough on the here as the city does not fix they just sorta them.

I did have a problem the back tire cracking about 6 mo. but got a really good from Dunlop, free. not had any other problems and just had it real checkup and oil change. If you any handling problems check tire pressure first as low really affects the handling.

yet to venture further than 15 miles out of town but been on 60+ rides in the county. Usually but much longer trips not be. I keep having to move up on the seat as I seem to slide a bit. I wish there was a cup for the SH150, as I would like to be to get good coffee on the way to work.

I have tried left me hot coffee / cold soda on my leg and

This is a great commuter with great gas milage. my first bike so nothing to compare it to. I have recommended it to people but this is big boy bike so not many scooters here. this helps.”

2010 SH150i

Milage: 0 — Miles

Likes: Handling, Looks

Dislikes: Seat

Review: “This is the BEST scooter. This is my second and I love it. Terrific styling. Honda brakes. Everything is it should be.

I lowered the seat for a ride angle. This performs like a motorcycle in and power. Buy it. you won’t be disappointed.”

2010 HONDA SH150i

500 — 10,000 Miles

Fuel economy, handling,

Dislikes: Storage, ease of maintenance, fuel tank

Review: “I’ve ridden miles in a year or so, on highways, streets, and dirt and gravel roads all mostly to serve as an vehicle for landscape photography. it’s a great bike.

I get about 90mpg, which is than I’d hoped It’s nimble and easy to and handles bad roads and uncertain as well as good ones. I never dumped over riding for at least a 1000mi+ on and dirt roads. The tall are very helpful for this. The time it feels squirrely is grooved pavement, which all bikes hate.

I’m tall at 6’4 and there is room for me to sit on the seat with a and not have the handlebars hit my knees if I my feet and knees tucked in. I get a sore …, which is nice, even after 4-5 rides.

Storage is pretty the underseat box will barely a half helmet and gloves. A top box or other sort of luggage is a if you hope to transport anything a backpack. The Canadian model with the Honda box, is pretty good and large for groceries or a full helmet.

The is a pain to owner-maintain: many panels must be removed to to even basic tasks changing an air filter. At least you can the oil easily enough, although will inevitably spill on the stand mechanism. Finally the tank is just too small, space as it does under the

I know I can get 250km in a tank if willing to run in town and go down to but for touring you’ll find filling up every 2-3 hours to be sure you don’t run out between which is pretty annoying.

I did a lot of to pick this bike and I absolutely buy it again, though if the had been available at the time I have considered the trade-off of bike (smaller wheels, smaller fuel tank) for $1000.”

2010 HONDA

Milage: 1000 — Miles

Likes: Power, economy, Comfort, Quality


Review: “I 3,500 miles on this and have owned it for two+ It has displaced my BMW G650 as my standard used for commuting, errands and as a car. Always get a true 85 91 mpg in general riding, including interstate run on daily commute.

little bike, much to Vespa 150 and 200 that I owned in the due to 16 wheels, performance and economy of

2010 HONDA SH150i

1000 — 5000

Likes: Reliable and convenient, Top box

Dislikes: Gets no respect

“This was my first scooter, in Canada for general transportation commuting. The SH150i proved ultra-reliable and quite effective in all of weather including, occasionally, Gas mileage around town was but on the highway at speeds of 100+ it required frequent stops for

Braking and handling were Not once did I regret the money I for this scooter.”

2010 HONDA SH150i

1000 — 5000

Likes: Handling, Price, Economy

Dislikes: Not a motorcycle, availability

Review: “This is my scooter, purchased because I wheels in a hurry, fuel seemed great, mileage was and the price was right.

Honda SH 150 i

I’m not to a scooter, getting used to no and both breaks on the handles was but was easy to ride quickly. comfortable, handles well, compartment enough for a helmet. a little hard, but I’m to motorcycles and cars.

But, it’s fun! It’s having something small and that can still get on the highway if It suits my current need for small, cheap, and easy, still feeling stable and in traffic.

I still wonder if I have held out for a deal on a but I’ve been wondering less and less.”

2010 SH150i

Milage: 0 — Miles

Likes: Step design

Dislikes: Jump a nightmare

Review: “I am 55 now and am my age, but I still love The step through design is the of the modern 150cc class brand models to date and is for my arthritis. Yes, the PCX and others are styled like it are step but they are more step than step through.

I own model Honda scooters the CH 80, 125, and 150, but this model made in Italy is the best by far. Smooth stable ride, and a headlight does not vary in brightness this bike better both it’s competition and predecessors.

Gone is the long nose thanks to the Italian similar to Vespa. The only I have had is jumping the battery. If the does not have enough to start the engine, it may also not enough power to let you open the and get to the battery. This is a good to have a towing rider on insurance policy. Lastly, the is well worth it.

Knowing you can get OEM parts from local Honda shop is The off brands price initial savings evaporates once you replacement parts.”

2010 SH150i

Milage: 1000 5000 Miles

Likes: Fit and power, ride

Dislikes: of storage, seat comfort

“Bought my SH150i in 2013 as a leftover that was still in the I drove 400 miles to pick it up at a who offered an Internet price of From the first moment I it, I have never regretted long trip to pick it up. I run it and forth from work, a 30 commute, all back roads 45 and this scooter is fantastic.

power to get away from and I consistently get 80 plus every Did I mention I am 6’7 and 240 lbs? The motorcycle sized rubber eat up and help corner easily. I the look on peoples face they realize they got passed by a scooter

My only would be the lack of storage was fixed by shelling out 260 bucks for the top box. It fits on the factory and goes on and off in less than seconds. My other complaint is the in the seat.

As I am as tall as a giraffe, the makes longer trips There aren’t hardly any parts for this rare so I will be taking it to an upholstery to remedy. PCX parts are everywhere.

Until I upgrade to a silverwing, the is all I could ever need to fun and save gas. I would highly if you can find one at the right

2010 HONDA SH150i

0 — 1000 Miles

90mpg, Motorcycle likeness, power, Handles beautifully, fun, No tiny scooter Keeps up with traffic.

Uncomfortable seat (raise in needs to be 3” further

Review: “6/27/13: Just a new leftover 2010. I positively this bike not scooter. power, handles perfectly, stable due to size and 16 tires. feeling with convenience of

90 MPG first tank, as well as very … looking for great lines. and finish, but can also hear/feel power.

The negative is the rise in the seat to be 3 further backwards to allow for leg room and seating comfort. needs more comfortable Honda needs to reintroduce bike to USA with better and price under $4000 now we have much improved

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