2021 Model Honda PXC review
2021 Honda PCX 125
Updated for this year, the 2021 Honda PCX 125 scooter provides better acceleration and top speed with a brand new engine, new bodywork. Although drivers find the PCX 125 as low cc, the look remains unchanged for the larger-engine PCX 150.
For 2021, the PCX 125 has a 125cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled SOHC, four-valve engine configuration as before, but power is 12.3 hp at 8,500 rpm and 11.8 Nm of torque increase at 5,000 rpm for the 2019 model. Same engine layout but with 149.cc displacement
Honda PCX 150 achieves 14.5 hp at 8,500 rpm and 13.6 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm.
Idle stop-and-go, Honda's eSP + (advanced Intelligent Power) and ACG generator contribute to fuel efficiency and performance, Euro 5 compliant. Refueling is done with Honda's PGM-Fi, and power is supplied to the rear via a CVT gearbox, as is the norm for scooters.
transmitted to the wheel.
Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), otherwise known as traction control, is new to the PCX 125. Working on the rear tire, HSTC modulates grip in slippery or wet conditions and can be switched off if desired.
The instrument cluster on the PCX 125 has been redesigned in a different layout, with the LCD panel preserved. LED lighting with front DRLs has been used everywhere, and under seat storage is now 30 liters, formerly up to 5 liters, a USB Type-C charging connection for
point and smart switch that makes the PCX 125 easy to get on and use.
No change in suspension type, while the front of the PCX 125 still uses traditional 31mm diameter telescopic forks, the rear end is held by twin dampers, but a slightly longer length provides 95mm of suspension travel against 84mm on the outgoing PCX.
And the expected ABS brake system finally came with the 2021 model pcx.
I made an appointment for a test at the Honda dealer. After the test, I will evaluate the positive and negative aspects between the old and the new case.