Honda Wave motorcycle Price List in the Philippines May 2018
Latest Reviews for Honda Wave
My motorbike with simple design is so cool i can drive a motorbike now because its so easy to drive it has a scooter type design which i lie and also the travelling performance my friends also have ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by antonette silang
- Date : Jun 22, 2017
Magandang umaga sa lahat isang magandang motor ito para sa aking trabaho at business na rin kasi one na rin itong gamit at so far hindi ako nahirapan sa pag drive tama lang talaga suggestion ng aking ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by vincent michalenko
- Date : Jun 14, 2017
Ang galing din ng motor kung ito kasi kahit off road parati yung byahe ko wala itong angal kasi matibay ang makina nito at kahit malayo man ang lakas din talaga ng motor kung itoat matipid sa fuel ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by loli
- Date : Apr 28, 2017
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About Honda Wave
Honda Wave to sweep the light weight motorcycle segment
The Honda Wave is a series of lightweight motorcycles manufactured and marketed by Honda that made its debut in 1995. It goes with many names as it is called Innova in Europe, Supra X in Indonesia and NF series. The Wave series is a successor to Honda Cub that made use of pressed steel both for cosmetic purposes and structural chassis. This series is available in 100 cc, 110 cc and 125 cc variants. The first two engine designs are similar to those found on Honda Cub while the 125 cc version has a comparatively larger engine.
In the Philippines, Honda Wave gained a steady fan following who prefer utility and sporty feeling that a motorcycle from this series offers. In 2006, the Wave Series was face-lifted and the 125 cc model received a key slot cover to protect against theft. From 2007, Fuel Injection got introduced and saw its use on models available in Europe.
Features of Honda Wave
Some of the standard features you will find on every Honda Wave motorcycle are the following:
- Front disc brake (standard for 125 cc version optional for 100 cc and 110 cc models).
- Fuel injection technology (offered in Wave 110i and Wave 125i).
- Heavy-duty piston coated by ceramic (125 cc model).
- Roller bearing rocker arms to minimize friction.
- Gear position indicator.
- Digital odometer and fuel tank.
- Mounting points for front basket.
In addition to the aforementioned features, there is plenty of uniqueness available in every model of Honda Wave series. Some comprehensive features of Honda Wave 110i are single cylinder, fuel-injected, 109.1 cc 4-stroke engine that offers superior fuel efficiency with over 130 miles range between fill ups. The engine is placed in a tough frame of a chassis that is designed to provide quick maneuverability necessary for city roads and daily commuting. The vehicle has 17 inch wheels coupled with front disc brake with enough control to stop it at the tracks.
Key features of 110i:
- Engine: For-stroke engine with air-cooling, PGM-FI fuel injection, electric start and low running cost.
- Stylish: It is a two seater model with a 3.7 litre fuel tank and ample underseat storage compartment. Two colour options are available for you to choose from.
- Chassis: Light and efficient, the Honda Wave is ready built for busy roads of the city.
- Brakes: The hydraulic front disc brakes are there for safe stopping.
Popularity in the Philippines
Honda Wave gained massive popularity in the Philippines because of the polarity that exists in the market. There are top-grade bike enthusiasts who buy sports bikes like Kawasaki Ninja or Ducati series, there are also people who prefer scooters because of low maintenance costs and ease of commute. People who are casual riders prefer the light and sporty feel of scooters and the attractive price it comes at. With fuel prices being always on the rise, most Filipinos are looking forward to alternative modes of transport, this is where the low budget bikes come to play. Competing with many giants in the market, Honda made quite a name for itself in the low cost motorcycle segment.
Latest news in the Philippines
Astra Honda Motor started exporting two types of motorcycles to the shores of Philippines because of its geographic and demographic similarities. AHM president Toshiyuki Inuma said in a recent interview that they want to expand their market, not just limit their operations in Indonesia. This news can only be taken on an extremely positive note because the light weight motorcycle arena has lack of competitors at the very moment. Increase in competitiveness will only set the ball rolling in favor of the consumers who spend their hard earned money on such bikes.
Controversy regarding Honda motorcycles
It came to notice of the company that Honda Wave replicas were being sold in the market in the Philippines after which they filed a complaint against National Bureau of investigation. After the investigation was complete, numerous people were arrested in charge of theft, abuse and piracy of a product. Despite of efforts, Honda clones are still sold widely in countries like China and Thailand.