Honda PCX

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Honda PCX 2024

Honda PCX 2024 is a 2 Seater Scooter. it is available in 3 colors, 1 variants in the Malaysia. The PCX is powered by a 149.3 cc engine, and has a Variable Speed gearbox. The Honda PCX has a seating height of 764 mm and kerb weight of 130 kg. The PCX comes with Disc front brakes and Drum rear brakes. Over 27 users have reviewed PCX on basis of Features, Mileage, seating comfort, and engine performance. PCX top competitors are Ego Avantiz, T-70, VZ 125i and Jet14 200.

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Key Specs of Honda PCX

Start Option
Petrol Electric
Displacement
Petrol 149.3 cc
Maximum Power
Petrol 14.4 hp
PCX Specifications

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Honda PCX Pros & Cons

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Things we like in PCX

Modern styling

Practical features

Fuel efficient engine

Things we don't like in PCX

Expensive

No rear disc brake

No ABS

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Recent Updates of PCX

The Honda PCX has not yet received any updates for the 2022 model year and is still available in a single variant. Powering the PCX is a 149.3cc PGM-FI single-cylinder liquid-cooled 4-stroke SOHC engine that makes 14.4 hp of power at 8500 rpm and 13.6 Nm of torque at 6500 rpm. The engine is paired to a CVT unit with a final belt drive. This maxi-scooter from Honda comes with a lot of features like a 12-volt charging socket, Smart Key system, LED headlamps, and windshield. Riding comfort comes from telescopic forks at the front and mono-shock at the rear. Stopping power comes from a single disc at the front and a drum brake on the rear. 

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Honda PCX Price List 2024

Honda PCX price list is not officially available in Malaysia. Find the best price by requesting callback from Honda dealers.

  • Petrol
Honda PCX Standard
CVT, 2, 149.3 cc, 14.4 hp
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Compare Variants Of Honda PCX

  • Petrol
  • PCX Standard
    Base Variant Features
    • Petrol
    • CVT
    • Accessory Outlet
    • Pass Switch
    • Display Screen
    • Adjustable Headlights
    • Engine Check Warning
    • Anti-Theft Alarm
    • Engine Immobilizer
    • Side Reflectors
    • Indicator Light
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Honda PCX Features Highlights

  • Fuel Consumption
    Fuel Consumption

    Equipped with a switchable idle stop-start system, the scooter offers high fuel consumption of 44 kmpl.

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Honda PCX Review 2024

While Honda was the first to foray into the small capacity maxi scooter market in Malaysia, Yamaha’s NMAX has come out as the clear winner. And Honda cannot take this lying down. After the launch of the PCX in 2011, Honda has given it a bigger engine in 2013 and a facelift in 2014. Now in 2018, Honda is about to launch a hybrid variant and an electric version in some markets. While we wait for that, we have a completely redesigned new model for 2018. It comes with brand new tech and styling that makes it uphold the premium and innovative image. And with a price tag of RM 11000 against the likes of the Yamaha NMAX and the Sym VTS 200, it has a lot to justify.

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Overview

 
Brand Honda Malaysia
Body Type Scooter

Powertrain

 
Engine 149.3 cc
Transmission Type CVT
Power Output 14.4 hp and 13.6 Nm of torque
Fuel Type Petrol
Drive Type Belt Drive

Dimensions

 
Seating Capacity 2 Seater
Width 745 mm
Length 1923 mm
Height 1107 mm
Ground Clearance 137 mm

Honda PCX Design

For how niche the segment is, it is already becoming tough for these small capacity maxi scooters to stand out. But the new Honda PCX should have no trouble. It is definitely one of the better designs that have matured very well over the years. Everything looks well made with good fit and finish and nothing out of proportion. The dimensions have not changed much with a length of 1923 mm, a width of 745 mm, and height of 1107 mm. Same goes for the high central spine, stepped seat and the big curvy front end.  There are however many cosmetic changes that bring the design up to date. The new dual LED headlights share space with LED DRLs and LED indicators riding on top of them. The centre of the front end is occupied by a large blackened windshield with small sporty intakes.

The overall look from the front is that of a gracefully curvaceous alien. The curves of the apron extend back carrying the lines from the front. The side profile carries over the lines in much the same understated way. The rear section with its almost integrated grab rail and subtly curved body panels give it a refined and mature look. The rear lights also get the LED treatment with a more futuristic design. The exhaust also carries the same gentle curves as the rest of the bike. Even the small things like the foot pegs for the pillion seat and the intake for the engine in the footboard look well integrated.

The 14-inch black 7 spoke cast wheels with 90/90 46P front and 100/90 57P rear tires finally tie the whole design together. The various color options - Radiate Gray Metallic, Pearl Metalloid White and Euphoria Red Metallic – help in accentuating the subtle details of the design. Instrumentation uses a fully digital display that shows odometer, trip meter, fuel gauge, clock and fuel consumption data. Behind the apron is a lockable console box that has a 12 V power outlet for charging devices. Under the seat is a 25-litre waterproof storage compartment that is big enough to store a full-face helmet and then some.  

PCX Ride & Handling

The Honda PCX is a lightweight bike at 130 kg. Its wheelbase of 1313 mm and caster angle of 27 degrees give it good maneuverability. The low seat height of 761 mm with raised handlebars and enough space in the footwell area make it comfortable to ride for long rides. The ground clearance of 138 mm should not pose a problem as long the rider sticks to nice urban roads. The suspension itself uses telescopic front forks and dual shock absorbers in the rear. The seats also have better cushioning and do a good job of absorbing the bumps on the road.

Honda PCX Engine & Fuel Consumption

The new Honda PCX uses a 149 cc 2 valve SOHC water cooled with and fuel injected engine producing 12.6 PS at 8500 rpm and 13 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. Transmission is through a dry centrifugal clutch and a V Matic transmission that now delivers better acceleration in mid to high range. It is also very smooth and quiet. Equipped with a switchable idle stop-start system, it also gets high fuel consumption at 44 kmpl. With an 8-litre fuel tank, this gives it a range of more than 350 km.

PCX Braking & Safety

The brakes on the Honda PCX however, still have the same old configuration with a hydraulic disc brake for the front and a leading-trailing drum brake for the rear. There is no ABS either. With such a high price and competitors delivering these features since much earlier, this can prove to be a serious chink in the PCX’ curvy armor. The scooter does, however, come with a smart key that comes equipped with an immobilizer, an anti-theft alarm and an answer back system.

Honda PCX Verdict

The new Honda PCX does have a lot going for it in terms of design and practicality. But the high price and the absence of features naturally expected at this price are bound to cause some worry for Honda. If you do not share these worries, however, the PCX should do you nicely.

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  • A utilitarian scooter for city commutes

    The Honda PCX embodies a unique urban appeal and with its sophisticated design, it captivates commuters. Design wise it looks a bit different from...

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    Awang Apr 23, 2024 for Honda PCX
  • An automatic scooter

    I was in the market for a reliable two-wheeler that wouldn't burn a hole in my wallet, and after trying out a few two-wheelers, I purchased the...

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    Panjang Sep 15, 2023 for Honda PCX
  • A versatile two-wheeler from Honda

    I have three cars used by my two kids, me, and my wife. Due to this, I never felt the need to buy a bike. I started thinking about buying a new...

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    Syakir Jul 07, 2023 for Honda PCX
  • Bicycle-sized workhorse

    I live in a congested area where I have to encounter huge traffic on a daily basis. To tackle this situation, I started looking for a good...

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    Alberto May 10, 2023 for Honda PCX
  • Relaxing scooter experience

    Honda PCX has made my life easier in every way. It has tons of under-seat storage, making grocery trips a breeze. The design of the scooter is...

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    Awang May 05, 2023 for Honda PCX
  • Looks great underwhelming performer

    The almost futuristic design of the Honda PCX is sure to impress a lot of people. But what lies beneath the great looks isn’t so beautiful. While...

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    Zayana Mar 15, 2023 for Honda PCX
  • Seasoned bike that offers the most comfortable riding quality

    I have seen a host of advertisements about this model and got to know this can be the best option in an urban setup. Since then my interest towards...

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    Alberto Jan 30, 2023 for Honda PCX
  • The scooter that brings you agility and comfort!

    If you look at the Honda PCX, chances are that you might end up in confusion about the type of scooter that it is! The scooter brings out the best of...

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    Avinaash Jul 01, 2022 for Honda PCX
  • The scooter which sets it apart with the ride experience

    The Honda PCX is one such scooter that sets it apart when it comes to its unique design feature! The scooter is designed as a practical fusion...

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    lorenz Apr 29, 2022 for Honda PCX
  • Wonderful two-wheeler

    In my opinion, people mostly wanting to travel within the city, should use scooters instead of motorcycle. Scooters are light, easy to handle, fuel...

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    Anderson Jan 11, 2022 for Honda PCX
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Honda PCX Questions & Answers (FAQs)

Get answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Honda PCX, including its features, specifications, performance, maintenance, and more.

What is the Honda PCX Seat Height?

The Honda PCX seat height is 764 mm .

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What is the Weight of Honda PCX?

The kerb weight of Honda PCX is 130 kg .

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What is the Engine Oil Tank Capacity of Honda PCX?

The engine oil tank capacity of Honda PCX is 0.9 L .

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What is the Power Output of Honda PCX?

The maximum power output of Honda PCX is 14.4 hp and the maximum torque is 13.6 Nm .

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What are the Dimensions of Honda PCX?

The Honda PCX dimensions are as follows - Height: 1107 mm , Length: 1923 mm , Width: 745 mm .

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What is the Engine Displacement of Honda PCX?

The Honda PCX has a 149.3 cc Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4-Stroke, 2 Valve, SOHC engine.

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What is the Tyre Type of Honda PCX?

The Honda PCX has Radial Tyre Type.

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