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Old 07-04-2022, 03:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Have yo heard about this underbone motorcycle that drives 129 km/liter?

I was doing some research about fuel economy and efficiency and I came across a video on Youtube. I'm not exactly sure but I think it's a video from the Philippines(still can't post links because I'm new). What are they doing there? How the frick can they do that? That's 320 miles/gallon! The motorcycle itself looks a bit small for an average american male but I guess it would really work for me. Just sad that they don't sell it here in the U.S. The only downside is that it only reaches 60-65 mph.

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Old 07-04-2022, 10:01 AM   #3 (permalink)
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It’s a moped not a motor cycle

Came back with low 200mpg result

What is the top speed 55mph?

Who will import one into the US first?

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Just sad that they don't sell it here in the U.S. The only downside is that it only reaches 60-65 mph.
They are sold in the Philippines , a motorcycle isn’t hard to import as there simply aren’t the same laws blocking importation like a car.

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Sorry, man. I'm new to this and I grew up from an unprivileged family that's why I don't know much about importing laws. I also called it a motorcycle because I read that it was marketed as an "underbone motorcycle". I think I gotta up my game here.
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Such an extremely low mileage claim doesn't sound real, but the Honda Pop 110i available in Brazil is often reported to get around 50km/l
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Such an extremely low mileage claim doesn't sound real, but the Honda Pop 110i available in Brazil is often reported to get around 50km/l
That's great too!
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That's great too!
I am seeing a considerable amount of these, most likely due to an increase to the demand for food delivery services.

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