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For those who have come across a 1983 Honda City Turbo II, nothing about this hatchback really stood out, that is until…you looked in the trunk. That’s right, this is where a folding 49cc Honda Motocompo scooter was stored. The vehicle itself is powered by a turbocharged 1.2L inline-four engine generating 108 hp and 118 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Unfortunately, this was only released in Japan, but can now be imported into the states legally.
Inside, there’s two-tone fabric seats / door panels, striped floor mats, a 3-spoke steering wheel, air conditioning, and a radio. However, the most notable feature of the City Turbo II is its Motocompo, which is powered by a air-cooled 49cc 2-stroke engine making 2.5 hp, mated to a single-speed transmission and an automatic clutch.
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