Honda PCX 2017 ABS

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Re: Honda PCX 2017 ABS

Post by StephenC » Mon Apr 16, 2018 4:09 pm

Pugwash57 wrote:On Visordown, PCX gets ABS, but on front only, drum remains on rear.

Only a year out.
Ah, so not as good as my 2002 Peugeot then. That had abs on front only but discs at each end. :(
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Re: Honda PCX 2017 ABS

Post by docscooter2010 » Wed May 02, 2018 1:43 pm

Got a Honda Forza 125 2016 , that's got ABS on it , discs front & rear .
Had to use it once and probably saved a crash . Some nitwit pulled out on me . You could feel the brakes going on/off .
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Re: Honda PCX 2017 ABS

Post by richie the 1st » Sun May 06, 2018 12:38 pm

Have got abs on my Honda sh 125,[2016 model] think I have used it once.
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Re: Honda PCX 2017 ABS

Post by bikerdezzie » Sun May 06, 2018 3:32 pm

Quite like the reviews of the Yamaha Nmax 125, full abs, variable valve time 4 valve head, bit more power etc, 1 going locally i am tempted to buy but heart set on a vanvan 200 at the minute.
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Re: Honda PCX 2017 ABS

Post by kayz1 » Sun May 06, 2018 4:28 pm

You can not beat the Van Van i did all the passes in Euro land on a 125 three weeks of utter bliss and p155ed off a load of big adventure bike riders getting to places they could not :lol: :lol: it is only the second bike in my life i regret selling...( once you get used to the lac of speed. :D
Lyn. PS: i rode a 200 a guy bought in France and imported, not a lot faster about 4mph but loads more torq so no slowing down on hills.
I wonder if my local dealer still has the one he had in stock.

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Re: Honda PCX 2017 ABS

Post by bikerdezzie » Mon May 07, 2018 6:46 am

kayz1 wrote:You can not beat the Van Van i did all the passes in Euro land on a 125 three weeks of utter bliss and p155ed off a load of big adventure bike riders getting to places they could not :lol: :lol: it is only the second bike in my life i regret selling...( once you get used to the lac of speed. :D
Lyn. PS: i rode a 200 a guy bought in France and imported, not a lot faster about 4mph but loads more torq so no slowing down on hills.
I wonder if my local dealer still has the one he had in stock.
Some cracking jap imports on ebay, black one for 2295 i have my eye on but about 500 quid more than i have, couple of mates have custom 200s and one has done a big front wheel conversion, feels like a tonka truck with an armchair seat. Spotted this yellow one on the web and its exactly what i fancy building.
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Re: Honda PCX 2017 ABS

Post by kayz1 » Mon May 07, 2018 2:50 pm

I had a go on a fat front bike, boy was it hard work turning...bet you could not go out all day on one. My mates was a show bike.

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Re: Honda PCX 2017 ABS

Post by Bonniedogsdad » Thu May 10, 2018 1:27 pm

The NEW 2018 PCX is, or about to hit the shops, not a lot changed really, ABS front only, drum back, new styling, especially the front and head lights, 1h.p more, swirly spoked wheels, wider tyres, and bigger front storage box with revised catch, all for an extra £100 on the full list price of the 'old' version, now £2899.
Still nice looking though! :D


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