Presentation of the Honda MSX 125 model year 2016

Presentation of the Honda MSX 125 model year 2016
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Presentation of the Honda MSX 125 model year 2016

Presentation of the Honda MSX 125 model year 2016

Presentation of the Honda MSX 125 model year 2016

Presentation of the Honda MSX 125 model year 2016

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Presentation of the Honda MSX 125 model year 2016

New look for the little fun bike

Honda has introduced the new Honda MSX 125. The entry-level and fun bike is getting a new look for the 2016 model year and is expected to be available from May.

The Honda has been inspiring since 2013 M.SX 125 its fans with its high fun factor. For the 2016 model year, Honda has spiced up the fun bike a bit. The new 125cc is expected to attract attention from May 2016 in the so-called “street fighter look”. Compared to its predecessor, Honda has adapted the tank and the side panels.

The biggest change is at the front: The new Honda MSX 125 gets double LED headlights placed one above the other. Honda has also given the fun bike a higher passenger seat and a new underfloor exhaust.

The entry-level bike is still powered by a single-cylinder four-stroke engine that is said to produce 10 hp at 7000 rpm. The tires have not changed compared to the predecessor either: Honda is still equipping the MSX 125 with 12-inch wide tires.

Four available color combinations

Incidentally, the Honda MSX 125 is made in Thailand. Buyers can choose between four color combinations:

  • Matt Axis Gray Metallic
  • Pearl Himalayas White
  • Pearl Valentine Red
  • Lemon Ice Yellow

Honda has not yet given a price. Not much should change about the slightly more than 3000 euros for the predecessor.

Video of the Honda MSX 125

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