No-one knows the value of reliable vehicles that’ll easily conquer a difficult landscape better than Aid and Development organisations who rely on their means of transport to ensure that their work in the area will be successful. In fact, everyone who relies on transport to help them get their job done will tell you that the success of a project is built on the foundation of a strong, reliable transportation.
If you’re trying to get a hold of vehicles that’ll navigate difficult and often unchartered African terrain, you may want to consider an alternative. The Honda XL125-LEK will be the perfect addition to company fleet vehicles operating in a less established, more rural area. The versatile off-road Honda motorbike has built a staggering reputation as a reliable means of transportation for a variety of business-related purposes, from surveying and supervising to delivery. Here are some of the features that have proven this motorcycle’s worth time and time again on alternative terrain:
- The Honda XL125-LEK is built to handle unpredictable conditions and terrain that will often be inaccessible to larger vehicles. Having an option like this available will mean the difference between accessing the hard to reach areas or failing to do so.
- The Honda XL125-LEK model is the latest addition to the very popular XL125 series that has reigned supreme as the perfect all-purpose company motorcycle in alternative and varying landscapes for several decades.
- What makes Honda XL125-LEK -the best choice for any job is their versatility. Their performance and economy on both off-road and on-road terrain, along with being comfortable, easy to operate, durable and very reliable, enables them to fulfil the role of an all-rounder vehicle. They can even transport up to two passengers, with a maximum carry weight of 159kgs, which the 4 stroke cycle engine will handle with ease.
If you’re not convinced yet, take a look at the other specifications this versatile Honda XL125-LEK motorcycle has been built to, and why companies have chosen it as their flagship light company vehicle in rural areas throughout the African continent.