About Honda Express Moped
Your gas-guzzling motorcycle is costing you a small fortune in fuel, so it has to go. Extend your love of two wheels to the Honda Express moped. Not only does this cool retro vehicle get you everywhere you want to go, but it was born in response to the oil crisis of the 1970s, making it a fuel-efficient ride. The original 49cc NC50 model has an air-cooled, two-stroke engine with automatic single-speed transmission. Later vehicles in the Express line, which had a production run from 1977 to 1983, saw some small advancements, including two-speed transmission and a kick-start mechanism powered by a larger battery. Its unfussy, minimalistic design means there is no glove box in the front or any storage under the seat. However, you can use the metal basket on the front if you need to carry a few groceries home from the store. These mopeds are extremely popular with collectors because they have an excellent reputation for reliability. Due to their age, though, there may be a few repairs necessary, but you can find a wealth of spare parts for Honda Express mopeds by searching the large inventory on eBay.