Honda showcases 3 new ride -of-the-day-perfect motorcycles

Tanauan, Batangas It used to be that the outfit of the day #OOTD has now become #rideoftheday #ROTD, with Honda Philippines, Inc.’s (HPI) new lineup of stylish yet functional motorcycles. 

Honda Philippines, the number one motorcycle manufacturer in the country, showcased three new Honda motorcycles, the AirBlade150, Supra GTR150, and the all-new PCX160. 

It used to be that the outfit of the day #OOTD has now become #rideoftheday #ROTD, with Honda’s new lineup of stylish yet functional motorcycles.
It used to be that the outfit of the day #OOTD has now become #rideoftheday #ROTD, with Honda’s new lineup of stylish yet functional motorcycles.

First in the line is the new AirBlade150 which is equipped with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) and other advanced features and can be had for PhP109,000. This motorcycle model is designed with safety and sty in mindperfect for young riders and everyday commuters.

This bike features a front-wheel ABS that prevents wheels from locking up and avoids accidents, along with a smart key with added protection from theft. It also has a powerful 150cc SOHC liquid-cooled PGM-Fi eSP engine, and a fuel efficiency of 47km/L. 

Its other features include a slim body design, a 22.7L U-Box for storage with power outlet and LED Lamp, and a digital meter panel. It comes in Matte Galaxy Black, Candy Caribbean Blue Sea, and Candy Ross Red color variants. 

Sporty look for the sportier riders

Sporty riders, get your grips on Honda’s ‘speed aggressor’ Supra GTR150. Whether you will go out for work or have errands, this sport-oriented underbone is more than its racetrack-ready physique. This two-wheeler gives you a hype performance when riding on highways with its 6-Speed DOHC 4-Valve Liquid-Cooled Engine, excellent handling, and better fuel efficiency of 42 km/L.

It is equipped with a dual-layer LED headlight, easy-to-read digital meter panel, wider tubeless tires, bigger disc brakes, and taillight with separated signal lights on your rear so you can be more visible even at late-night rides.

The Supra GTR150 comes in two (2) colors, the Valiant Red and Black, with a suggested retail price of Php102,900.

Riding experience to the next level 

If you’re looking for a ride that is sure to make heads turn, then The All-New PCX160 is right for you. The sophisticated look of this maxi-scooter is powered with 4-Stroke, 157cc, 4-Valve, Liquid-Cooled, Single Overhead Cam (SOHC), Enhanced Smart Power+ (ESP+) engine, providing a powerful combination of power and performance with an 11.8kW@ 8,500rpm and a highly efficient 45.1 Km/L fuel consumption.

When you thought it could not get any better? This knightly two-wheeler boasts its new body design with sharper edges, elegant LED headlight design, new slimmer X-shaped taillight design, 30L storage capacity, wider tires, and modernistic muffler design. All these features give you a princely vibe on your morning ride or weekend getaway. 

There is also an ABS variant of this motorcycle for an added safety feature and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), an engine torque control system to keep the motor speed stable. 

The All-New PCX160 ABS variant comes in two premium colors, the Asteroid Black Metallic and the Pearl Fadeless White, and has a suggested retail price of PhP133,900. Meanwhile, CBS variant comes in two premium colors, Matte Dim Gray Metallic and the Pearl Fadeless White, with a suggested retail price of PhP115,900. 

So, if you want a stylish two-wheeler to match your fashion sense or complement your fashionable lifestyle, know that Honda motorcycles will definitely have a model for your kind of #ROTD. 

Explore more from Honda and its wide array of motorcycles. For more details about Honda products and promos, visit our website at and follow us on Facebook, Honda Philippines, Inc., and Instagram, @hondaph_mc. You can also contact us through our landline number, (02)-8581-6700 to 6799, and mobile number, 0917-884-6632.

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Duane Dizon

Duane Dizon is presently residing in Qatar as a business news writer for different newspapers in the country, as well as an online content contributor and a TV reporter for Manila-based Eagle News. His previous work with Manila Bulletin, the biggest and oldest newspaper in the Philippines, has helped hone his journalistic style, from writing lifestyle news, to presidential coverage, and the special op-ed weekly Philippine Panorama. He has contributed content for Smile, the in-flight magazine of Cebu Pacific Air, has been involved in speech writing, and in translating indie films. He is presently a contributor for eLifestyle Manila.
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