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Yes but only briefly.Wuyang wrote:So I'd be interested to know if anybody has ridden a Honda Dylan 125cc, might be tempted in the future....they're 14hp I believe.
I found it felt a bit small, which is strange because I don't get the same impression of the Cub or the Ludix, both of which are physically smaller.
It felt smaller than the Vespa 125 ET4 I had at the time.
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The Dylans are everywhere in SE Asia. I echo Capitano, it feels like a 50 with a 110 engine (even though it's a 125). I'd much sooner spring cash for a PCX 125/150 or an SH125/150. I very much like the SH at higher speeds honestly, more than the PCX, but I have to admit the PCX is my favorite in terms of looks.
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I have one of these, just about to turn 2 years old, pushing 20K, has been good as gold. Got to be as good as the Vision is. Suzuki Address 110?richie the 1st wrote: ↑Sat Jul 23, 2016 4:54 pmThe Suzuki Address ,[not the fl125] which I have also. Bigger in size/new tech engine/more m.p.g./bigger range/cheaper to buy/and it has a KICKSTART/ have only seen 1 on-the-road,depends on what you want/like.Me I will just be greedy,and have all 3.scoots.
The Dylan 125s must be decent; there's loads of old, battered ones around on the market, too many for it to be a fluke.
I had a Honda Vision NE50 (two stroke, D reg) - what a horrendous piece of junk it was.