Attributes of the Honda Pridor
Among the sought-after Honda motorcycles in Zambia, the Honda Pridor stands out as a premium option, albeit with a higher cost compared to some alternatives. While the Honda CD 125 and CD 70 maintain their popularity, the Honda Pridor is steadily gaining significant market traction. Renowned for its durability, excellent suspension, sleek design, and comfortable seating, the Honda Pridor is a well-crafted bike.
The 100 cc Honda Pridor is propelled by a 4-stroke overhead cam (OHC) air-cooled engine with a bore and stroke measuring 50 x 49.5 mm. Equipped with a constant mesh 4-speed gearbox, it features a 9.7-liter fuel tank with a 1.5-liter reserve. The bike boasts dimensions with an overall length of 1226 mm, a width of 718 mm, and a height of 1067 mm. With a 156 mm ground clearance and a 798 mm seat height, the Honda Pridor is designed to be more manageable for shorter riders.
The front and rear tires, each measuring 2.75 inches in width and 18 inches in diameter, contribute to the bike’s stability. Its front suspension incorporates a telescopic fork with a 94 mm travel, while the rear features a swing arm with an 84 mm travel.