Honda Motocompo

In Japan, Small Displacement by AbhiLeave a Comment

Sold for only 3 years, the Honda Motocompo was a tiny 50cc folding scooter designed to fit into the trunks of the subcompact cars Honda was making at the time, like the City. In fact, the City’s trunk was designed specifically to house the Motocompo.


As it was only made for a few years (and designed to stay in the Japanese Domestic Makret, these little scoots are very tough to find in the states, and they’ve got a cult following so they usually get snapped up quickly.


This specific example runs well, though it could benefit from a cosmetic restoration.


With the handlebars and seat folded in.

Find it here on eBay in Eagle Point, Oregon for a BIN price of $1,799.