Honda Super Cub C100

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Honda Super Cub C100 motorcycle
Honda Super Cub C100. Year 1958

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The Honda Super Cub is a Honda underbone motorcycle with a four stroke single cylinder engine ranging in displacement from 49 to 109 cc (3.0 to 6.7 cu in).

Honda started mass production of the first "Super Cub C100" in August 1958 at the Yamato Factory (former Saitama Factory Wako Factory). After that, based on the corporate philosophy of "manufacturing where there is demand", we started knockdown production in Taiwan in 1961, and now we are producing at 16 bases in 15 countries around the world.

The first "Super Cub C100" was equipped with an epoch-making high-performance 50cc 4-stroke engine with excellent economy and durability while 2-stroke engines were the mainstream at that time, and a low-floor backbone frame and clutch that made it easy to get on and off. We have realized an original and innovative design by adopting an automatic centrifugal clutch system that does not require operation and equipped with a large resin leg shield that reduces mud splashes on the feet and running wind.

"The Super Cub, which was born in Japan, has long been around the world by embodying Honda's desire to" provide the joy of expanding the possibilities of life to all people "in response to customer feedback. With the support, we were able to achieve cumulative global production of 100 million units for the Super Cub series. We will continue to evolve in line with the changing times and strive to provide products that exceed customer expectations. "

Honda Super Cub C100 Specs

Engine: 49cc OHV single cylinder
Starter: only a kick starter
Spark plug: C7HSA
Plug gap: .024
Battery: 6N2-2A -- 6 volt

Transmission: 3-speed with an automatic clutch

Scarlet Red with White
Blue with White
Black with White
The words Cub and Super Cub logos appear on the front cowl and seat base emblem.
The tail light was flush mounted
Some early models had a shorter seat
Frame: C100-100001
Engine: C100E-100001

Main history of Super Cub series

  • 1958 August -- Released Super Cub C100 (Air-cooled 4-stroke OHV single-cylinder engine 49cc 4.5 horsepower). Production: Yamato Factory (former Saitama Factory Wako Factory)
  • 1959 -- Started exporting to the United States
  • 1960 -- Started production at Suzuka Works
  • 1961 -- Achieved cumulative global production of 1 million units for the Super Cub series. Knockdown production started in Taiwan (first overseas production)
  • 1964 -- Adopted the first OHC engine in the Super Cub series. Released Super Cub C65
  • 1966 -- Released Super Cub C50 (OHC engine)
  • 1974 -- Achieved cumulative global production of 10 million units for the Super Cub series
  • 1983 -- Released Super Cub 50 and Super Custom. Achieved fuel efficiency of 180km / L (30km / h constant-land driving test value)
  • 1988 -- Launched Press Cub
  • 1991 -- Transferred production to Kumamoto Works
  • 1992 -- Achieved cumulative global production of 20 million units for the Super Cub series
  • 1997 -- Launched Little Cub
  • 2005 -- Achieved cumulative global production of 50 million units for the Super Cub series
  • 2007 -- Electronically controlled fuel injection system (PGM-FI) adopted for 50cc model
  • 2008 -- Achieved cumulative global production of 60 million units for the Super Cub series. 50th anniversary of Super Cub release
  • 2009 -- Released Super Cub 110 and Super Cub 110 Pro
  • 2012 -- Full model change and release of Super Cub 110 and Super Cub 50
  • 2013 -- Launched Cross Cub
  • 2014 -- Super Cub shape approved for three-dimensional trademark registration in Japan. Cumulative global production of motorcycles reaches 300 million units
  • 2017 -- Super Cub 50, Super Cub 110, Super Cub 50 Pro, Super Cub 110 Pro remodeled and released


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