Honda Shi150 Scooter Review

by Richard Demers

I love my scooter, have had Harley and several gold wings, my scoot is easy to maneuver, great performance, great on gas, but someone please hunt down the idiot that designed the accessory travel trunk, a slow painful death is in order, for a Honda accessory it is complete junk.


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Jan 25, 2011
OEM trunk
by: Baysidebob

I would have agreed with you on the trunk a week ago when I put it on to replace an ugly little aftermarket box I had been using. The problem I had was getting the latch in just the right position to open/close. My hands seem to have developed the muscle-memory now and I no longer have problems. The manual says less than 7 lb. capacity so I slap on a set of wally-world soft bags when needed.

Jun 23, 2010
More Please
by: Jim Zeiser

The SH 150i is the number one scooter in Italy, home of the Vespa and countless other Piaggio types. Fuel injected, water cooled, quick as a bunny and the most you can say is the trunk stinks. Tell us how fast you've gone, why you chose it, if the price ($4500) made you wince or the dealer gave you a discount. It's a benchmark scooter and needs a longer review than this.

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