Honda Philippines Inc. (HPI) made its presence felt at the 11th Inside Racing Bike Festival with a large booth at the World Trade Center. During its presentation, the motorcycle manufacturer presented two new models as well as refreshed versions of its current models.
Fresh from the unveiling of the Click 150i, Honda took the wraps off its new Click 125i variant. The new Standard variant features a younger “pop” design, featuring exclusive Philippine two-tone schemes and new decals. Honda also detached the ISS (Idling Stop System) function to make the bike more accessible to a broader range of buyers. Nonetheless, it still retains many of the Gen-S features like the eSP engine and outstanding fuel economy. The scooter retails for PhP 80,900.
The company also prsented the CRF 250L. Initially on limited offer in the past, the model is now available once again, featuring lightweight and slim proportions, rugged suspension, and high ground clearance and ride height for exceptional ability in the rough. It retails for PhP 232,900.
Joining the off-road line-up is the CRF250L Rally, an enduro version of the popular trail bike. It features a floating windscreen design, dual asummetric LED headlights, and a fully digital instrument panel. The CRF 250L Rally was designed to take on both on-road and off-road endurance riding with greater ease. It will be making its way to Honda 3S shops very soon.
Finally, after a long absence, Honda brings back the Wave 110 R. The successor to Honda's historic Cub series, comes back an all-new Euro 3 compliant 110cc engine. It also bears a completely new frame but still retains its iconic styling. It wears exclusive Filipino colors and stripes, all in two-tone with black. It retails for PhP 56,900 for the drum brakes model and PhP 60,900 for disc brakes model.