by , on March 28, 2013, 11:33
The Honda Giorno 50 is a tiny machine that offers a perfect mix of practicality efficiency and comfort. Not to mention that is quite affordable and has very low costs of ownership.
In terms of design, the 2013 Honda Giorno 30 features an European style and a pretty cute bug look. The 2013 Giorno is offered with two colour schemes namely a basic white/red combination, and a slightly more sophisticated Azuki brown/beige combination.
At the heart of this cute bug lies a 49cc air-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine that is paired with an automatic V-matic transmission. The scooter’s speed is kept in check by a set of front and rear drum brakes.
As far as practicality is concerned the scooter comes with a spacious underseat storage box, a small storage bin mounted in the front panel and a heavy-duty hook to secure one or two grocery bags.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Honda Giorno 50.
Live the moment on a new Honda Giorno. Its European styling makes you look good wherever you go, and you’ll get there more economically thanks to an all-new fuel-injected, four-stroke engine with automatic transmission. The Giorno is so light and easy to handle that zipping through the city or squeezing into a tight parking spot is absolutely no sweat at all. And it’s practical, too, thanks to a huge storage area under the seat that swallows up a full-face helmet, and a handy storage bin just in front of your knees that can easily hold your water bottle or other items. So hop on the roomy seat, press the start button, twist the throttle, and go. Getting around town was never so much fun.
A new 50 cc OHC four-stroke engine provides ample power for around-town trips while also keeping the fun factor high..
Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) delivers excellent throttle response over a wide variety of riding conditions..