Originally Posted by sendler
Givi makes a couple nice windshields for the PCX and it is not a big deal for the upholstery shop to remove the hump on the seat so a tall rider can sit farther back. There is also a useful feet forward, cruiser position available from the practical design of the running boards. I get my PCX150 on Thursday and can ride 80 miles round trip to work on Saturday. Back country roads with a 3 mile highway blast at the end to check top speed. At $3500 it should be a good compromise in price, weight, and occasional super highway use for someone that wants an aoutomatic trans. The next step up is a big jump in price and weight to the $7000 Suzuki or Yamaha. The Kymco Downtown 300i is probably pretty nice for $5600.
Hmmm, I don't know if you should really test for top speed before your PCX is properly broken it. I know I wouldn't.