SH-Mode 125 / Aperçu
Since the arrival of the original SH50 in 1984, the enduring popularity of Honda’s SH scooter series has earned it the status of a brand within a brand, relied upon by people all over Europe as an integral part of their daily lives. During that time, the SH family has constantly grown and evolved, with sales totaling over a million units since its introduction. The first four-stroke SH125, launched in 2001, found instant success thanks to excellent engine performance and fuel economy plus nimble, sure-footed handling and reassuring stability – from its 16-inch wheels – on rougher roads.
The 2005 SH125i debuted PGM-FI fuel injection, and the 2013 model, featuring an all-new frame, Honda’s next generation ultra-efficient engine and underseat storage for a full-face helmet, has built strongly on the SH history of sales success, being the top selling 125cc scooter in Europe in the first half of 2013. The SH remains without doubt the benchmark urban scooter.
Joining the family for 2014 is the SH Mode 125. A smart scooter in every sense, it offers a unique combination of premium and chic on-trend style, easy and secure use, and low running costs.
SH-Mode 125 / Caractéristiques
|Type||Single-cylinder, liquid cooled, SOHC 4-stroke 2-valve|
|Bore x Stroke||52.4 x 57.9mm|
|Compression Ratio||11: 1|
|Max. Power Output||8.4kW/8,500rpm (95/1/EC)|
|Max. Torque||12Nm/5,000rpm (95/1/EC)|
|Carburation||PGM-FI electronic fuel injection|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||5.5litres|
|Fuel Consumption||47.2km/l (133.3mpg - 141.2mpg with Idling Stop - WMTC mode*)|
|Clutch||Automatic Centrifugal Clutch Dry Type|
|Transmission Type||No shift - V belt|
|Dimensions||(LxWxH)||1,930 x 665 x 1,105mm|
|Rim Size||Front||16M/C x 2.15|
|Rear||14M/C x 2.75|
|Tyre Size||Front||80/90-16M/C (43P)|
|All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice. * Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.|