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  • Price: £2020.00
  • Year: from 2008
  • Engine capacity: 108cc
  • Weight: 114kg

Honda Lead 110 (2008 - present)

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Honda says:

Cosmopolitan styling, comfortable proportions and strong, responsive performance in a sleek and highly economical new scooter. The new 2008 Lead has it all, with easy control and riding fun to spare. Featuring a new liquid-cooled and fuel-injected engine, and a light-handling new chassis and bodywork design, the new Lead provides all the comfort and quality of Honda’s larger-displacement scooters in a low-cost 100cc-class runabout that anybody can enjoy.

  • Attractive integrated instrument panel design
  • Larger under-seat storage space can hold a full-face and more
  • Aluminium rear carrier with comfortable integrated hand grips
  • Wrap-around combination taillight and rear indicators
  • Lightweight and compact radiator system attached to side of engine
  • Linked front engine mount reduces feel of engine vibration
  • New liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, electric-start 108cm3 4-stroke SOHC single-cylinder engine
  • Fuel tank located under floorboard for lower centre of gravity and enhanced riding ease
  • Step-through design features wide, flat floorboard
  • Stylish new five-spoke cast aluminium wheels
  • Combined Brake System with 190mm dual-piston calliper front disc brake
  • Smooth-handling 33mm hydraulic front fork
  • Body-integrated clear-lens front indicators
  • New slimmer cosmopolitan design with sporty urban flavour
  • New brighter 35W multi-reflector headlight



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