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1990 Honda EZ90'90 Cub

The Honda EZ series

was called a Cub and was sold from 1990 to 1996. It had a "futuristic" look with the swing arm acting as the rear shock. For 1991, three colors were available: Shasta White, Pure Flandre Blue, and Fighting Red. The saddle, fork boots, front mudguards, and handle grips were blue. The "Cub" logo and stripe were red. The skid plate was metallic silver. The engine was a 2-stroke 90cc single cylinder with a reed valve. It had an automatic transmission. The serial number began JH2HE060*MK100001.
1991 Honda EZ90'91 Cub

The Honda EZ series

was called a Cub and was sold from 1991 to 1996. It had a "futuristic" look with the swing arm acting as the rear shock. For 1991, three colors were available: Shasta White, Pure Flandre Blue, and Fighting Red. The saddle, fork boots, front mudguards, and handle grips were blue. The "Cub" logo and stripe were red. The skid plate was metallic silver. The engine was a 2-stroke 90cc single cylinder with a reed valve. It had an automatic transmission. The serial number began JH2HE060*MK200001.
EZ90'92 Cub

The Honda EZ90'92 Cub

was sold in 1992. It had a "futuristic" look with the swing arm acting as the rear shock. For 1992, the same three colors were available: Shasta White, Pure Flandre Blue, and Fighting Red. The saddle, fork boots, front mudguards, and handle grips were blue. The "Cub" logo and stripe were red. The skid plate was metallic silver. The engine was a 2-stroke 90cc single cylinder with a reed valve. It had an automatic transmission. Thus there was no visible changes from the 1991 model. The serial number began JH2HE060*NK300001.
EZ90'93 Cub

The Honda EZ90'93 Cub

was sold in 1993. It continued with this "futuristic" look with the swing arm acting as the rear shock. For 1993, just two colors were available: Shasta White and Fighting Red. The saddle was now red along with the front mudguards and handle covers. The body work was red and white. The rear fender changed from white to red. The "Cub" logo and stripe were red. The skid plate was metallic silver. The engine was a 2-stroke 90cc single cylinder with a reed valve. It had an automatic transmission. The serial number began JH2HE060*PK400001.
EZ90'94 Cub

The Honda EZ90'94 Cub

was sold in 1994. There was no visible change from the 1993 model. It continued with this "futuristic" look with the swing arm acting as the rear shock. For 1993, just two colors were available: Shasta White and Fighting Red. The saddle was now red along with the front mudguards and handle covers. The body work was red and white. The rear fender changed from white to red. The "Cub" logo and stripe were red. The skid plate was metallic silver. The engine was a 2-stroke 90cc single cylinder with a reed valve. It had an automatic transmission. The serial number began JH2HE060*RK500001.
EZ90'95 Cub

The Honda EZ90'95 Cub

was sold in 1995. There was no visible change from the 1993 model. It continued with this "futuristic" look with the swing arm acting as the rear shock. For 1993, just two colors were available: Shasta White and Fighting Red. The saddle was now red along with the front mudguards and handle covers. The body work was red and white. The rear fender changed from white to red. The "Cub" logo and stripe were red. The skid plate was metallic silver. The engine was a 2-stroke 90cc single cylinder with a reed valve. It had an automatic transmission. The serial number began JH2HE060*SK600504.
EZ90'96 Cub

The Honda EZ90'96 Cub

was sold in 1996. There was no visible change from the 1993 model. It continued with this "futuristic" look with the swing arm acting as the rear shock. For 1993, just two colors were available: Shasta White and Fighting Red. The saddle was now red along with the front mudguards and handle covers. The body work was red and white. The rear fender changed from white to red. The "Cub" logo and stripe were red. The skid plate was metallic silver. The engine was a 2-stroke 90cc single cylinder with a reed valve. It had an automatic transmission. The serial number began JH2HE060*TK700001.