The Honda CN250 is a scooter introduced by Honda to the United States market in 1986. It was marketed in the US as the Helix and in Japan as the Fusion. The CN250 is an upgraded and longer version of the CH250, with it being longer Honda also put the seat lower which allowed for a feet-forward sitting position. It also comes with a trunk in the back with decent space, enough for a small shopping trip. It comes with a 244cc engine capable of reaching top speeds of 70-75 mph making it fast enough for highway driving, and it gets about 26-29 miles per gallon.
The Helix attracted riders that desired long-range touring capabilities, but did not want to shift, or were unable to shift, or did not want a large/heavy conventional motorcycle. The CN250 is a capable machine complete with all the components of a conventional motorcycle: a trip odometer, fuel and temperature gauges, glove compartment, and trunk.