The Aero was Honda’s first modern scooter in North America, where it was introduced in 1983. A second generation was introduced in 1985, and these have served as reliable in-town runabouts ever since.
The ’85-’87 models had a 49.3cc two-stroke enigne that produced 3.9 horsepower and 3.5 pound-feet of torque. The entire package weighed 121 pounds dry. Realistic top speed was around 37 miles per hour but the ’86 and ’87 bikes are more popular as they can be upgraded with big bore kits and other parts to boost top speed up to 50/55. For plenty more information on the Aero 50, check out this article on Motor Scooter Guide.
This example has roughly 1,500 miles and the seller notes that it has a Polini G3 clutch (replacement documented here), recently cleaned carb, new air filter, new spark plug, and more. Everything is said to work but there’s a few scratches and the tires are ten years old.
Find this Aero for sale in Fort Smith, Arkansas for $500 here on ADVRider.