Helix Honda Motor Scooter

Honda Helix Scooter

The Helix Honda Motor Scooter, the epitome of power and style on two wheels. Designed with precision engineering and packed with cutting-edge features, this scooter is your ultimate companion for urban commuting or breezy weekend rides. Equipped with a powerful engine and advanced suspension system, it effortlessly glides through city streets while ensuring a smooth and comfortable ride. With its sleek design and attention to detail, the Helix Honda Motor Scooter is sure to turn heads wherever you go. Experience the thrill of riding with unmatched performance and reliability. Upgrade your journey today with the Helix Honda Motor Scooter and set yourself free on the open road!

The CH250 could reach highway speeds and be used for long-range touring. Honda then introduced the CN250 or Helix. This model lengthened the CH250 by 14 inches (360 mm), placed an integrated trunk in the rear of the machine and lowered the seat. The added length allowed a feet forward seating position and a smoother ride than that of previous models. The top speed of the machine was limited to 70-75 mph (about 113–121 km/h) but the drivetrain was of an under-stressed design allowing extended running at or near top speed. The Fusion CN250 found instant popularity in Japan. In Europe, the Japanese put Italian makers under pressure to improve their scooters’ capabilities and reliability. In the U.S., the Helix was a hit with middle-aged and older people. The Helix attracted customers that desired long-range touring capabilities, but did not want to shift, were unable to shift, or did not want a large, heavy conventional motorcycle. The CN250 was a capable machine complete with trip odometer, fuel and temperature gauges, glove compartment and trunk. The Helix was in its last year in 2001 and was to be replaced by the NSS250. The NSS250 was marketed in the U.S. as the Reflex and in other countries as the Forza. The Reflex handled better and had a higher top speed than the Helix, but some Helix fans argued that there was a trade-off in seating comfort and ride. In the Japanese market the Helix had an aftermarket and cult following with the younger generation, not unlike sport bikes in America. Honda returned the CN250 (Helix) to all markets in 2004 as the customer base was still there. In the U.S., the Helix and the Reflex were discontinued with the 2007 model

Model: CN250
Engine Type: 244cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Carburetion: 30mm CV with automatic choke
Ignition: CDI
Transmission: Automatic V-Matic
Suspension; Front: Bottom link; 3.2 inches travel
Rear: Swingarm with dual hydraulic shocks; 3.9 inches travel
Brakes: Front: Single disc
Rear: Drum
Tires: Front: 110/100-12 Rear: 120/90-10
Wheelbase: 63.8 inches
Seat Height: 26.2 inches
Dry Weight: 349.4 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 3.2 gallons
Color: Red
Meets current CARB and EPA standards