|Manufacturer||Honda Motor Company|
|Also called||"Little Honda PC50"|
|Engine||49 cc air-cooled four-stroke|
|Top speed||50 km/h|
|Power||1.8 hp @ 5,700 rpm|
|Torque||0.29 kg-m @ 3,500 rpm|
|Dimensions||L 1.755 m W .600 m H 1.030 m|
|Seat height||.780 m|
|Fuel capacity||3.0 l|
|Fuel consumption||90 km/l @ 25 km/h|
|Turning radius||1.300 m|
|Climbing ability||5 degrees|
The Honda PC50 is a moped introduced in May 1969 that is stylistically similar to Honda's popular Super Cub line, with a step-through pressed-steel frame, a gas tank under the saddle, a chain cover, and sometimes equipped with a forward leg guard.
A distinctive feature of the PC50 is the use of a four-stroke engine, when almost all pedal-equipped mopeds use simpler two-stokes. Honda's early development of 50 cc four-strokes was a result of Soichiro Honda's dislike of the sharp noise of two-strokes.
- Infobox specifications from these honda.co.jp pages on 2008-02-21: