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This very pretty Japanese motorcycle is finished in gold and cream. 2 owners and 5000 miles from new.The UK version has a two-speed transmission which is governed by road and engine speeds, being fully automatic in operation. This provides brisk acceleration up to about 30 mph; the prescribed maximum speed for mopeds.Yamaha introduced the SA50 M Passola in May 1980. It represented the first serious attempt by a major motorcycle manufacturer to exploit a previously untapped market. The Passola was primarily marketed to women and commuters as a way of getting to and from work cheaply and economically. Due to motorcycles being predominately male transportation, a lot of women would not consider a motorcycle as a means of transport at that time - how times have changed!.This little beauty fitted the bill extremely well being both economical and a fully automatic moped. Nearly all the mechanical components are hidden behind body panels, which mean the result is a blend of Japanese technology and Italian scooter styling and layout.What tremendous fun!
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