Are 150cc Scooters Enough For YOUR Daily Commute? (Honda PCX 150 Review)

Scooters are typically blown off and never considered when choosing a bike. In reality, for most of your commutes, do you really need more than a 150cc Scooter? Maybe not…
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As my 2014 Honda PCX 150 will prove, for much of your daily commuting, you really don’t need any more power for zipping through town. On roads where the speed limit is less than 55 mph, The PCX 150 and similar 150cc scooters/mopeds will probably be more than enough. You have plenty of passing power up to about 50 mph, allowing you to easily move in between traffic as you need.

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Brandon Meadows says:

Hey man, I’m thinking of trading my 2016 Zuma (which I love and you’ve ridden one and I’m sure you know why) I can only do short runs but I want to go into the city it’s about a 15 mile ride on Main roads nothing over 50 or 55.would this be a wise choice or should I suck it up and pay for a Honda Forza 300? It’s a 3 grand difference and obviously I can trade in my Zuma and pay off most of the Pcx 150. Just based on that info I wanted your opinion. Thanks and great video. I’m digging the scooter love.

GS says:

Well done. Informative and genuine.

CLUTCH1st says:

A lot of time we really do not need more power, it’s more of a want. Small displacement mainly struggle on highways I think. Glad to be part of the conversation.

Ernest Scott says:

Bought new in 2013.  22,000 miles and loved every single one of them.  Smooth at 69mph tops.  Still looks/runs like brand new; only tires replaced.  With after market windshield and synthetic oil, averaging 107mpg overall.  Very low ownership costs.

OcTaNe Moto says:

We like overkill on power, It’s really NOT needed for around town, low speed limits:):):

David Wipple says:

Recently moved from upstate N.Y. Phoenix,AZ. Love it here, but don’t have wheels ! Tried to bring my car but airline stewardesses copped an attitude!!! Darn it ! Thinking of a scooter but at 56 i’m not sure I bounce as well as when I was young and had a Honda CBC 900 Custom. At least that had some bulk that made inattentive drivers think twice. wondering if it’s safe. I see 4 wheel atv’s in traffic all the time. Please advise. Not looking to spend the summer in a body cast!

bluemoonridingclub says:

I have a few bikes and I have to say that my 200 CC Burgman is a great commuter bike. I have taken her on the highway and 65 + no problem. Thanks for the video

DA2THFA1RY says:

I think once you own a 600cc to 650cc bike, it’s unnecessary to upgrade to anything bigger, unless it’s a touring style bike. 650cc is enough for most people, and most people will not get the most out of the bike on the street.

mrcaptaincrazy says:

Yea, I prefer to take my scooter rather than my motorcycle to work everyday. In town I don’t have to go faster than 45mph

mrcaptaincrazy says:

I ride my 150cc within town almost everyday and it works well.

Rob Duncan says:

You say you won’t take your scooter on road 60mph cos you have no passing power i say then don’t pass you will be fine. Just my thoughts . tu & sub like the look of your channel . Rob in Scotland

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