New Honda MSX 125 Reviews

Monday, June 6th 2016. | Honda

The Honda MSX125 represents the ideal mix between a full sized motorbike and a mini-bike. It weighs only 101.7 kg as well as has a wheelbase of 1200 mm. The bike was particularly made for young bikers as well as features an economical four-speed transmission, a collection of fresh shades for 2014 and gold wheels, turn arm pivot screw as well as front calipers. At its heart seateds a 124.9 cc, 2-Valve Air-Cooled Solitary Cyndrical tube with PGM-FI. The engine generates a maximum electrical power of 7.2 Kw at 7000 Rpm and also 10.9 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. The engine is sustained by a 5.5 litres fuel tank.

The Mini Road X-treme 125, or MSX125 for short (and allow’s face it it’s not quite tall) is a completely formed, well developed and fantastically constructed machine with simply sufficient road cred to obtain it discovered. The bike is produced by Honda in Thailand (not that that’s a problem) and is splendid to check out. Plus obviously it uses all the right goodies making it more than just a great beauty outside the regional chippy! For starters the 125cc two-valve air-cooled engine sups gas via a PGM-FI device, it’s a 4 speed electric motor, running a 15T gear as well as 34T final drive to make it feel dynamic out on the mean roads.

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Considering that its release in 2013, the MSX125 has gained around the world appeal, with over 300,000 devices marketed to date. Its incredibly fuel efficient air-cooled 125cc engine, quirky looks as well as active handling have actually brought in A1 licence-holders, economy-conscious city commuters, camping car proprietors and various other leisure riders alike. It has additionally gotten popularity as the best paddock bike for race groups.

Honda MSX 125

New Honda MSX 125 Specification
Engine Displacement 124.9cc
Starter Electric
Carburation PGM-FI
Bore x Stroke 52.4mm x 57.9mm
Oil Capacity 1.1L
Compression Ratio 9.3:1
Engine Type 2-valve air-cooled single cylinder
ACG Output 160W/5000 rpm
Max. Torque 10.9 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Max. Power Output 7.2 Kw @ 7000 rpm
Battery Capacity 12V 3.5AH
Transmission Type 4 speed
Instruments LCD digital dash with speedometer, twin trip meters, fuel gauge and clock.
Final Drive Chain
Headlights Combined projector headlight with HS1 35W/35W double filament bulb
Trail 81mm
Caster Angle 25°
Ground Clearance 160mm
Seat Height 765mm
Kerb Weight 101.7kg
Wheelbase 1200mm
Turning Radius 1.9m
Fuel Capacity 5.5L
Length x Width x Height 1760mm x 755mm x 1010mm
Tyres Front 120/70-12
Wheels Rear Y-Spoke Aluminium Cast, MT 2.5 -12
Brakes Rear Single 190mm disc with hydraulic single-piston brake caliper
Brakes Front Single 220mm disc with hydraulic dual-piston brake caliper
Tyres Rear 130/70-12
Wheels Front Y-Spoke Aluminium Cast, MT 2.5 -12
Suspension Front USD Front Forks, 31mm
Suspension Rear Mono shock, steel square pipe swingarm
Price €3.523

When you see the MSX125 up close for the very first time you’re promptly thrilled with the designing, it’s the ideal bike for a youngster if he, or she wishes to stand apart from the crowd. The reservation that enters your head is ‘Blimey it’s little’. So when the man from Honda provides you instructions that consist of doing a bit of the well-known M25 you’re kind of a little skeptical. Any type of worries rapidly vaporize though once you’re on it. The engine sounds rather excellent via the large bore exhaust and the transmission and clutch behave as well as light. Although it’s tiny the sitting placement isn’t cramped, although the seat itself is a tad hard. The engine loads a strike, it’s a dynamic swelling and will rev to the 8500rpm redline.

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