The Honda CN250 is the model that’s the basis for the 2004 Honda Helix. The CN250 was first brought in production in Japan during the year 1986. The Helix became a popular scooter with older people and middle aged people when it was available in the US up until 2001. Honda brought the Helix scooter back to the US in 2004, until it was discontinued again in 2007. Many riders that like the Helix championed its comfort quality and smooth ride. The MSRP for the 2004 Honda Helix is around $5,000.
Surveyed riders heavily preferred the Honda Helix scooter compared to other scooters and motorbikes currently available. These riders indicated that the Honda Helix has superior engine performance, reliability, design and touring capabilities when compared to other scooters on the market. Rider felt the Honda Helix was safer than other scooters and motorbikes and more fun as well. Riders did feel that the Honda Helix has inferior off-road and racing track capabilities compared to other scooters and motorcycles. Riders also felt the 2004 Honda Helix was more value for the money than other scooters as well.
The 2004 Honda Helix comes equipped with a vinyl seat that can hold a maximum of up to two people. The Helix comes equipped with a standard grab rail, seat rail and backrest for the seat as well. The frame of the scooter is made from steel and the body is made from plastic. The Helix scooter comes equipped with floor boards for both the driver and passenger as well. The scooter is equipped with standard handgrips and handlebars as well.
The dash of the 2004 Honda Helix features standard digital instrumentation, a standard clock, a standard trip odometer and computer, a speedometer and gauges for a temperature warning and a fuel level warning as well. The 2004 Honda Helix also comes with standard lockable storage and a standard rear rack as well. Halogen headlights and rearview mirrors are also standard on the 2004 model. The Honda Helix can be an ideal choice for the person looking for simple and reliable transportation around the local area that won’t accumulate exurbanite gas costs.