“Honda Learner Approved Bikes”:
Honda Scooter NSC110 DIO (LAMS APPROVED)
With a sleek, attractive body design and comfortable seating for two Honda’s Dio is the ideal scooter for your daily commute to work, trips to the shops or days out to the beach. Generous storage compartment under the seat and a large 5.2 litre fuel tank add to this machines versatility.
Powered by a fuel efficient and reliable 108cc four-stroke engine with PGM-FI fuel injection and electric start. With the added feature of idle stop the Dio is even more fuel efficient, reducing both fuel consumption and noise while waiting at a stop, such as an intersection.
Honda’s Combined Braking System (CBS), which links the front and rear brakes to provide swift, stable braking regardless of rider experience or road conditions. The Dio also offers confident handling and good manoeuvrability thanks to a rigid and lightweight frame.
Honda Scooter PCX150 (LAMS APPROVED)
INNOVATIVE SCOOTER TECHNOLOGY
Standing out as a best-seller worldwide thanks to its modern design and remarkable value for money in terms of initial purchase price, low operating costs and thrifty fuel efficiency. Stylish, nimble and incredibly practical, meet Hondas most innovative scooter, the PCX150.
The PCX150 boasts Hondas innovative eSP (enhanced Smart Power) engine, which employs a host of low-friction technologies to improve efficiency while also offering enhanced durability and quiet operation.
Honda was the first manufacturer, in 2006, to announce voluntary, per-unit CO2 emission reduction targets for all of its products and the plants that produce them. The new generation of engines as seen in the PCX150 represents a step forward in environmental terms in keeping with this approach.
Honda Scooter Forza 300 (LAMS APPROVED)
Honda’s NSS300 Forza is the ideal all-round scooter boasting excellent build quality, fresh design and usable practicality perfect for both commuter travel and weekend highway trips.
With a chassis designed to provide the usability and comfort of a sit-in scooter with some of the excitement and fun that a motorcycle delivers, the NSS300 Forza will be enjoyed by anyone from a novice to a veteran rider thanks to a riding position that easily accommodates a wide variety of rider heights.
The NSS300 Forza is powered by a 279cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine that delivers excellent fuel economy with all-round usability and great cruising speed. Final drive is via belt and V-Matic automatic transmission. Crisp and responsive, it provides more than enough power for the highway, with instant acceleration around town.
Honda Off Road Trail CRF250L (LAMS APPROVED)
The CRF250L has styling cues taken directly from Honda’s CRF250R and CRF450R MX machines. The CRF250L is ready for anything a rider can throw at it: it’s tough, practical and equally at home around a city block or out on the trail.
Well proven, the CRF250L’s tough steel frame and long travel Showa suspension remain unchanged, but new bodywork draws its influence from the minimalism for the CRF450R MX for a sharper, slimmed-down look.
The 249cc engine boasts strong bottom-end torque and peak power from its PGM-FI and throttle body and work seamlessly with the airbox, connector tube and lightweight exhaust.
Honda Supersport CBR500RA (LAMS APPROVED)
The CBR500R’s performance will give anyone looking for their first sportsbike an exhilarating ride on a twisty, winding road – or even race track. It works equally well in urban environments and is a motorcycle designed to be ridden, and thoroughly enjoyed, by people of all shapes and sizes.
All-new 500cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin DOHC engine is thoroughly modern in design and produces a broad power spread for enjoyable and economical riding.
Perfect for learner riders, the CBR500R is LAMS approved. The CBR500R is available in Australia in Red, Black and Silver with ABS now as standard.
Honda Supersport CB300F (LAMS APPROVED)
Representing a major stepping-stone for any young or new rider, the CB300R is very much a first ‘big’ bike after a 125cc machine, offering impressive and engaging sensations from both engine and chassis without the weight, cost and licence implications of a larger capacity motorcycle. It is the ideal machine for newer riders to develop their riding skills and enjoyment, and is a great introduction to Honda, with the brand’s engineering prowess, design philosophy and high build quality firmly on display.
Fun to ride, a joy to own and representing a bold new direction for smaller displacement machines, the CB300R has many of the premium features found on its larger capacity siblings. It also injects a fresh new style on to city streets, with its ‘Neo Sports Cafe’ minimalist, bare-boned attitude shared with its 1000cc stable mate.
Honda Naked CB500F (LAMS APPROVED)
The CB500F with its dynamic proportions and practical aspects is the perfect entry level machine for the daily commute. Taking styling cues from the stripped-down, four-cylinder CB1000R, the CB500F offers great urban ability as well as enjoyable out-of-town performance.
The naked CB500Fs slim form offers great urban ability as well as enjoyable, out-of-town performance. It is also comfortable for a large range of rider sizes – especially smaller riders – thanks to clever ergonomics.
Neutral naked-bike seating position makes for easy maneuvering and keeps the rider comfortable on short rides or longer trips.