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PostSubject: Honda PCX 125, Symm jet 14 125   Thu Sep 13, 2018 1:26 pm

Hi all,

Thinking of a little run around.

Love the pcx125, build quality, feet forward riding and Honda quality.

BUT, also like the look of the Sym but no feet forward riding and cannot find any Uk reviews on them so unsure of build quality ETC.

Any thoughts please..
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PostSubject: Re: Honda PCX 125, Symm jet 14 125   Thu Sep 13, 2018 3:35 pm

I recently bought a Cruisym 300. The Silverwing is getting too heavy for me, but, I wanted everything the Silverwing has, Had the SYM since Late may ,and now coming up to 5,000KM, and second oil change. Riding position same as Silverwing, feet forward and able to touch the ground when stopped. Averaging 90mpg, cruise all day at 50/60 mph, top speed around 80mph. So much room under the seat I do not need a top box. LED lighting very bright and clear instruments. A very smooth engine and accelerates so fast, I don't think I will bother fitting Dr Pulley sliders. The Silverwing sits in my garage but, I prefer to ride the SYM. I cannot speak for quality long term but, up to now I am very pleased with it.
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