Honda NSS250 Reflex Motorcycles Reviews (4)
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2005-06-25 2004 Honda NSS250 Reflex Scooters View Listings

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I am turning 57 on 6/26...First bike I have owned. I have no regrets of buying my '04 Reflex. I truly enjoy it. Some have asked why I didn't buy a motorcycle. I wanted a scooter. Easy to ride and VERY reliable. I highly recommend the bike to anyone who wants to have fun and save money on gas.
- TRW, Springfield, Missouri

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2005-06-01 2004 Honda NSS250 Reflex Scooters View Listings

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Bought 2001 Reflex in September 2004 have put 4,000 miles on it. (had 6300 when I bought it) Much quicker than what I expected it's just a great ride!!! I Love it, next bike will probably be a Silverwing in a few years. Bike performs well even with 2 people.
- Mike, Rochester, New York

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2004-07-22 2004 Honda NSS250 Reflex Scooters View Listings

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I started out looking at scooters seriously about seven or eight weeks ago. I looked at Yamaha and Honda quickly then looked at the Piaggio BV200. I was seriously considering that scooter until I went to the dealship and found that were acting like they were doing me a favor by selling it to me. The search was still on so I looked at Honda and Yamaha again. I didn't like anything from Yamaha and was bent on getting a Helix but when I finally saw the Reflex and the slight price difference between the two I knew that this was going to be for me. Needless to say I was impressed. I looked at it one day, the next week I dropped a down payment and then the following week I bought it outright. That was June 25th 2004. In less than four weeks I have put over 550 miles on this thing and I love it. I have osteo-arthritis in my left knee and for the past two and a half years I have been basically home bound. I've had this disorder for almost nine years but it has gotten real bad in the past two. I feel like this scooter has given my life back to me. The only thing I would trade the Reflex for is a Silver Wing... maybe next year.
- Peterbilt, Queens, New York

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2004-07-18 2004 Honda NSS250 Reflex Scooters View Listings

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I bought the 2004 Reflex Sport, which is black with chrome accents and a low, sport windshield. I wanted to get a scooter to carry on the back of my truck to use during vacations. It had to be under 400 lbs. That ruled out the Burgmans and the Silverwing. I didn't realize that I'd like it so much and it would become my primary around town transportation. The Reflex brought fun back into riding on two wheels. Having owned nine motorcycles from a Suzuki 185 to a Kawasaki 1600, I can say the Reflex is an amazing experience. It's smooth, quick, and handles exceptionally well. It's stable at slow speeds, darts through turns and traffic very quickly, leans far over in the turns, and with the 7-position adjustable rear spring-load you can dial in your own ride. It handles rough roads, speed bumps, and road irregularities easily, thanks to its wide 13 and 12 inch tires, long wheelbase, great suspension, and its outstanding seat. I would rank the seat, for both rider and passenger, in the same league as those on very expensive touring bikes. The seat, once unlocked, pops up and has a huge, 33 liter, storage trunk with a light, helmet lock, and access to the fuses, battery, tool kit, and owner's manual. There are two other small storage boxes next to and under the handlebars. The 3-speed transmission is impressively smooth, quiet, and has seamless shifting. The Reflex doesn't have the off-the-line acceleration, like the kind when you can pop the clutch of a standard motorcycle. Obviously, it's a 250cc scooter, designed to be smooth off-the-line. But, it's deceptively quick, once moving, and has adequate acceleration for any urban or rural road. that's not true, in my opinion, on the freeway or interstate highway. The Reflex can go highway speeds, I've had it to to 82 MPH, but it doesn't have the torque or horsepower to pass quickly or to make the evasive moves a rider may need for safety. Still, some riders use the Reflex on their regular highway commute or even on longer trips. It handles wind very well as its body was designed in Honda's wind tunnel. The taller windshield by Givi would be necessary for anyone wanting to use the Reflex Sport on the freeway. I think next to its sheer fun factor (being a quick, light-weight, flickable bike), the thing I like best about the Reflex is its economy. Everything is simple with this scooter: No lifting your leg over the seat - There's no clutch or shift lever so you don't have to hold in a clutch, downshift quickly, or shift into neutral at stops...you just "twist and go - Hand operated disk-brakes are excellent and easy to use - Light weight means easy to maneuver and haul - Inexpensive to buy and maintain with Honda reliability - and GREAT gas mileage, which makes this type of vehicle practical for the future and for millions of those on frugal budgets. I've never gotten less than 65 miles per gallon. The Reflex has a lot of standard equipment, as well as five features I've never had on any of the motorcycles I've owned: a frame mounted fairing that has wind protection for your legs, a centerstand, a temperature gauge, a parking brake, and storage compartments. Until now, I've always had only one motorcycle in my stable, which at this point is a Kawasaki Vulcan 1600, but now I have two. The Reflex has brought a new dimension to my love of riding on two wheels. Highly recommended!
- Anonymous, Redwood City, California

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