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Scoot out of your Honda Dealer with $250 HondaDollars on the popular Today50 scooter between now and March 31, 2012. PLUS if you finance your new scoot through Honda MPE Financial Services, receive a bonus $250 HondaDollars!

HondaDollars can be used in store towards the purchase price, for accessories or towards servicing.

The reliable, air-cooled, 4-stroke engine of the Today50 is not only highly environmentally-friendly, it also offers power output characteristics and fuel economy that make it ideal for city riding. To further suit city riding, the engine has been tuned to provide ample power in the low to mid engine speed ranges, just right for frequent starts and acceleration in the city.

The Today50 embodies simple, approachable styling in its curved surfaces which are punctuated by sharp, taut edges. The seat is conveniently shaped with a narrowed front portion for easy mounting and dismounting, and its low height of just 695mm makes it easy for riders to reach the ground with their feet. The under seat storage is large enough to accommodate a standard full-face helmet.

It's a Honda and like all scooters in the Honda range, the Today50 is strong and dependable with easy handling making it perfect for first time riders.

Available in three punchy colours, Orion Yellow, Candy Lucid Red and Pearl Gemini Blue, there is a Today50 to suit all lifestyles.

Offer available from January 1 until March 31, 2012.

Published Jan 05 2012, 11:35 AM by allen
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pyrah said:

I say retire the Today off & replace it with the 50cc version of the Dio to go with the Dio 110

January 5, 2012 4:49 PM

hondatodaydemon said:

But why? It's a fantastic little 5o, very good quality comparing to lots of other things that come out of China,good solid frame in fact good to handle speeds over 100kmh easy..., tons of aftermarket bits for them out there and you can make them go hard for very little money...maybe just improve the brakes and that's it. Also there is a Fi version in Japan, been there for a while so I'd say Today will still be here tomorrow. ;)

January 6, 2012 6:53 PM