- Honda unveiled their blinged-out Forza “Smart” concept scooter at the Tokyo Auto Salon.
- More on the Bajaj Krystal, announcing the Blade will be back on the market in six months.
- Honda recalled 455,000 scooters made for the Japanese market between 2002 and 2006 at their Sundiro Honda plant in China. It’ll cost Honda $15.8 million to replace faulty speedometers.
- The Wall Street Journal chimes in on the boom in smaller-displacement motorcycles and scooters.(Subscription onlyâ€¦ I didn’t actually read it, but Piaggio execs are probably quoted and mirth will ensue.)
- FourWheeler.com’s 2007 Honda Ruckus review.
- The Independent reviews the Piaggio MP3.
3 thoughts on “In the News, January 22, 2007”
Er. That comment was directed at the Honda concept vehicles. Those things are blingalicious.
Regarding the Mp3 article….”the scooter that won’t topple over”…
I LOVE IT….it’s exactly these type of ads that will keep me in the clover fixing damaged Mp3’s.
Yes, it will topple over…quite easily in fact. Just forget to press the Yellow button and your ass is going down and it’s a lot harder / heavier to deal with.
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