Motocompacto is a modern, all-electric take on early ’80s Honda Motocompo
Honda is introducing a fresh wave of innovation into the urban mobility scene with the Motocompacto, an all-electric e-scooter that takes inspiration from the ’80s classic Honda Motocompo. The Motocompacto is more than just a nod to nostalgia, it’s an ultra-compact, foldable, and highly functional personal transportation device designed for urban life and available at an affordable MSRP of just $995.
Starting in November, anyone can order a Motocompacto online or through Honda and Acura dealers. This zero-emission solution comes with the simplicity and convenience that city-dwellers and college students crave. A top speed of 15 mph and 12-mile range make it perfect for short commutes, and with a charging time of just 3.5 hours using a standard 110V outlet, you’re back on the road in no time.
Designed and developed by Honda engineers in Ohio and California, the e-scooter boasts 32 patents and turns into a compact, stackable carrying case. Rider-focused features like a comfortable seat, secure foot pegs, digital speedometer, and Bluetooth-enabled phone app raise the bar for e-scooter utility. Plus, it’s fully customizable with a range of accessories like helmets and backpacks. Experience the future of affordable and sustainable urban commuting this November with the new Honda Motocompacto. View all Honda models currently for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.