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Honda PCX 150


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ya it does. no matter how i ride it i still get at least 35km/l to maybe 38-39 if i ride conservatively.

 

speaking of which, how's the actual reported fuel consumption of the PCX150?

 

 

With PCX, I ride conservatively I got 47km/l. lol... I ride normally I also get 44km/L

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ya i think it looks quite good too actually. but some people say scooter quite uncle though so i'm not too sure. haha have to ride one to actually see how it feels.

 

Seriously nowadays youngsters prefer scooters n cubs. I love my gilera runner but I had to let it go as I find parts n servicing ex

 

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Yes. Possible. I hit 130km/h. Tested and proven with my givi E52 maxia box!

 

Hi,

 

I am interested is pcx150. Like to know what is the best box size for this bike.

 

The sale person told me that better not go for bigger box.

 

If want to have bigger box a good size would be 42 liter, otherwise the bike will wobble.

 

Are you having any problem with a 52 liter box?

 

Does anyone have any suggestion / recommendation on the box size?

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Hi,

 

I am interested is pcx150. Like to know what is the best box size for this bike.

 

The sale person told me that better not go for bigger box.

 

If want to have bigger box a good size would be 42 liter, otherwise the bike will wobble.

 

Are you having any problem with a 52 liter box?

 

Does anyone have any suggestion / recommendation on the box size?

 

35L box will look perfect on the PCX.

You need a 45L box in order to fit in 2 full face helmet side by side.

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Hi All , would like to ask you guys about the cost of servicing beside engine oil what are the parts the need to replace and is it very expensive cos never ride a auto bike before thinking of getting this PCX 150 don't know need to spend alot to up keep the bike a not thanks .

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For 2b scooter - maintainence is low. As long u stayed stock to the engine n cvt transmission area. Just need to maintain engine oil n transmission gear box oil.

 

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I read there is no oil filter for this bike? Belt n roller only needs to change after like 24000km?

 

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For 2b scooter - maintainence is low. As long u stayed stock to the engine n cvt transmission area. Just need to maintain engine oil n transmission gear box oil.

 

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Thanks for the information , how about the engine oil & Cvt oil need to change around every 5K? beside the belt and roller change after 24K, anything else need to change ?

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Thanks for the information , how about the engine oil & Cvt oil need to change around every 5K? beside the belt and roller change after 24K, anything else need to change ?

 

I never confirmed belt n roller change at 24k, waiting for someone else to confirm this

 

N I dun think doremi mentioned CVT oil

 

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I just got mine at $8067otr from boon Siew + $182 DirectAsia insurance.

 

You may use your POSB credit card for 24 months interest free installment but you need to pay a 6% admin fees on the total amount signed for the interest free 24 months installment.

 

Strictly speaking, it's 3% per yr... But this is still 1% lower compared to what bike shops are offering...

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Strictly speaking, it's 3% per yr... But this is still 1% lower compared to what bike shops are offering...

 

But bike shop also got a lot of admin charges n cannot choose insurance, usually must take 1st party insurance rite?

 

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I just got mine at $8067otr from boon Siew + $182 DirectAsia insurance.

 

You may use your POSB credit card for 24 months interest free installment but you need to pay a 6% admin fees on the total amount signed for the interest free 24 months installment.

 

$8067 full cash? Oh man I am so tempted.

 

Noob question but am I allowed to choose my own insurer if I buy from a shop? Most likely third party only.

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$8067 full cash? Oh man I am so tempted.

 

Noob question but am I allowed to choose my own insurer if I buy from a shop? Most likely third party only.

 

The last time I bought from shop, u cannot choose, must get 1st party insurance n can only buy or renew from them

 

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The last time I bought from shop, u cannot choose, must get 1st party insurance n can only buy or renew from them

 

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if I'm not wrong, you must buy comprehensive insurance if u take a loan. And if u pay in full, u may get any type of insurance u want.

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if I'm not wrong, you must buy comprehensive insurance if u take a loan. And if u pay in full, u may get any type of insurance u want.

 

Of cos when u pay in full, no one will bother which insurance u buy n the ownership is urs

 

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