Ask what product was most responsible for Honda's success and the correct answer might surprise you. It isn't the Civic, Accord, or CB750 — it's the Super Cub, a 49cc three-speed step-through scooter that was released in 1958. Honda has sold over one million of them, and even the famous slogan "You meet the nicest people on a Honda" was originally a Super Cub advertising campaign. Now, the latest Super Cub is making its way back to the US that keeps the style of the original with thoroughly modern updates. The 125cc motor is borrowed from the Grom, while a four-speed transmission allows manual heel-toe shifting without the need of a clutch. With a top speed of 60 MPH, the Super Cub is a nearly perfect urban companion and has the timeless style to match.