7:18 AM 12/14/2020
Honda Monkey Motorcycle Price.
Honda Monkey Motorcycle is now re-introduced in to the world market. The popular motorbike of Honda's earliest model is coming with new features to its older version. Monkey motorbikes are now available in the USA on the version of the iconic motorcycles from Honda’s past. These are the latest examples of the company's aptitude for developing pocket-sized motorcycles that capture the fancy of enthusiastic subcultures. Preceded by cherished models like the Mini Trail, the Z50, and more recently the Grom (MSX 125 in Europe) the Monkey and Super Cub C125 are set to honor Honda's heritage and define new lifestyles while appealing to a broad spectrum of riders. Original Honda Monkey was first released in the year 1960. So far the Honda monkey motorcycle is not available in Sri Lanka. But even if it is available here; this small compact motorcycle will be an expensive one for the local youngsters.
What the Honda says about their 2021 Monkey Motorcycle?
"When the first Honda Monkey swung onto the scene in the 1960s, it was an instant hit. But times change – and this Monkey has evolved. Looking for a better everyday way to get around town? The 2021 Honda Monkey just might be your machine. Need something practical to scoot around on once you’ve parked a bigger vehicle? This little primate is made for the job. Or maybe you’re just looking for the best time you can have on 125cc’s of pure fun. Yep. That’s the Monkey, without a doubt. The motorbike is available in eye-catching Pearl Nebula Red or cool Pearl Glittering Blue. There’s an ABS version too. We guarantee you’ll go bananas over it."
USA, Japan, UK and people in Australia like this Honda monkey for quick transport to short distance and it requires small parking space to leave it. Earlier UK young men used cafe Racers to travel short distance for quick commuting with much easy. Even after 60 years passed the original model is staying in some homes in mint condition and ready to ride. So the Honda Monkey Motorcycle may remain forever in this universe.
Current Monkey Model: 2021 | 2020
Available Colors: Pearl Nebula Red | Pearl Glittering Blue. (Also available: Banana Yellow, Ross White | Ross White, Pearl Shining Black | Ross Whitela Red.)
As per 'You Meet the Nicest People' campaign of the 1960s, Honda has produced fun, confidence-inspiring models that attract new customers to the joy of motorcycling, while introducing new ways for existing enthusiasts to express themselves and interact.
Beginning with a Japanese amusement-park ride, Honda's 58-year history with the "Monkey" the desire for an easy to handle motorcycle that puts smiles on faces became a reality. The 2019 Monkey builds on that passion, while opening the door to the next generation of enthusiasts. The classic Monkey style provides the cues: simple, curved surfaces, and a trapezoid silhouette highlighting the compact length. It is fitted with glossy fuel tank, finished in the same color as the frame, swingarm, and shocks, crowns the machine, and proudly wears a historical 3-D "Old Wing"-design Honda logo. Chrome steel high-mount fender plus the evocatively stamped exhaust shield, circular mirrors, and high-rise handlebar. All pay homage to the original. The Monkey is powered by a modern, reliable 125cc single cylinder four stroke engine, and it is available with ABS brakes.
The 50th anniversary Monkey is powered by a four-speed fuel-injected 49cc air-cooled engine. This 49cc Engine can provide a whopping 3.3Hp and 2.5ft/lb of torque, although the Honda monkey motorbike weighs 68kg only.
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