Honda MSX125 is the 125cc bike you always wanted
Japanese two wheeler majors, Honda have unveiled their new motorcycle. 2013 Honda MSX125 or Mini Street Xtreme is specially targeted for the youth and will…
Japanese two wheeler majors, Honda have unveiled their new motorcycle. 2013 Honda MSX125 or Mini Street Xtreme is specially targeted for the youth and will be soon launched in global markets. Powered by a 125cc air cooled single cylinder engine, the bike offers 10 bhp at 7000 rpm and 10.9 Nm torque at 5500 rpm.
Power is transferred to rear wheels through its 4 speed manual transmission. The bike features 12” allloy wheels with steel frame chassis and monoshock suspension at the rear while inverted forks are seen at the front. Hydraulic disc brakes and low profile tyres add to its enhanced performance.
MSX125 is said to come in with innovative color options ranging from Asteroid Black Metallic, Pearl Himalayas White, Pearl Queen Bee Yellow and Pearl Valentine Red. Honda has revealed that the MSX125 is being specially designed for European and Japanese markets but have not planned for launch in India at least not at the present. Prices of the Mini Street Xtreme are also not released but should be made known soon, especially considering that the vehicle will be available in Italian markets from Spring of this year. For more information, scroll down.
Auto News Release
Honda Announces MSX125 – A New Leisure Motorcycle for the Youth Market
9 January 2013
The MSX125 (“Mini Street X-treme 125”) carries on the tradition of the original, small-wheeled leisure motorcycle, defined by Honda in 1963 with the iconic Monkey, and continued with the Dax and Ape.
Manufactured in Thailand, the MSX125 is small enough to be supremely manageable yet has a fully-fledged feel thanks to a selection of standard sized motorcycle parts.
It is part mini-bike, part motorcycle, with engaging performance matched to confident handling and styling that combines a sense of fun with a tough, urban edge. The MSX125 is powered by a well-proven and efficient 125cc fuel-injected 4-stroke engine, which has been refined for even greater economy and smoother torque and power delivery, and also features a motorcycle-style four-speed gearbox and clutch.
Complementing the power train is a compact chassis that features a sturdy steel frame, inverted front forks, monoshock rear suspension, hydraulic disc brakes (front and rear) and lightweight 12-inch wheels sporting wide, low profile tyres.