Photo Gallery: 2010 Honda SH150i Scooter

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Two-Up

2010 Honda SH150i Scooter
The SH150i, being ridden two-up. Photo © Honda

Italy's best-selling scooter comes to the States

Surprisingly, the most popular scooter in Italy doesn't come from the land that invented the step-through: the top seller there is the Honda SH150i.

New to the U.S. market as a 2010 model, the SH150i features:

  • A 153cc, liquid-cooled and fuel injected powerplant
  • Linked brakes with a lockable rear unit for parking on inclines
  • Large 16 inch wheels for stable handling
  • Available accessories including a top case and windshield
  • A price starting at $4,499

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Cockpit

2010 Honda SH150i Scooter
The rider's view of the Honda SH150i. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Exhaust

2010 Honda SH150i Scooter
A detail of the Sh150i's muffler, which meets California Air Resource Board (CARB) and EPA standards. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Front 3/4

2010 Honda SH150i Scooter
Honda's SH150i, parked on its center stand. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Linked Brakes

2010 Honda SH150i Scooter
The two-piston, 220mm front disc brakes work in concert with the rear drums. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Front

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This front view reveals how tall the 16 inch wheels look in proportion to the bike's overall height. Photo © Basem Wasef

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153cc

2010 Honda SH150i Scooter
The SH150i is powered by a fuel injected, liquid-cooled single-cylinder 153cc engine. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Turning Headlight

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The SH150i's headlight rotates independently with the steering. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Parking Brake

Honda SH150i Scooter
The small metal rod just ahead of the left brake lever works as a rear brake lock when the scooter is parked. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Guages

Honda SH150i Scooter
Gauges include a big speedometer flanked by a gas gauge and a water temperature gauge. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Footpeg, Up

Honda SH150i Scooter
The passenger footpeg, folded up. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Footpeg, Down

Honda SH150i Scooter
The passenger footpeg in the "down" position. Photo © Basem Wasef

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SH150i

Honda SH150i Scooter
A close up of the Honda SH150i's nameplate. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Rear 3/4

Honda SH150i Scooter
A rear 3/4 shot of the Honda SH150i. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Profile

2010 Honda SH150i
The Honda SH150i in profile. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Rear

Honda SH150i Scooter
This shot reveals the relative slimness of the SH150i's body. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Windscreen

Honda SH150i Scooter
The SH150i's small windscreen. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Saddle

2010 Honda SH150i
The 2010 Honda SH150i's saddle is built for two, and flips up to reveal a storage compartment. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Underseat Storage

2010 Honda SH150i Scooter
The SH150i's underseat storage isn't all that big, with enough room for a small camera bag as seen here. Photo © Basem Wasef

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Optional Windshield

Honda SH150i Scooter
This accessory windshield ($299.95) makes the SH150i ready for touring. Photo © Honda

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Top Case

Honda SH150i Scooter
This accessory top case can be had for $268.95, and the backrest pad will run an extra $45.95. Photo © Honda

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