Date posted on June 8, 2021
Indeed, great things come to those who wait. Finally, one of the most highly awaited and exciting bikes has arrived in the Philippines—and yes, it’s The All-New PCX160!
In the last few of months, Honda Philippines Inc. (HPI), the No.1 motorcycle manufacturer in the country, hinted about the arrival of this well-loved motorcycle.
So, if you’re one of those who are eyeing to purchase The All-New PCX160, you can now visit the nearest Honda dealership in your area or anywhere across the country to buy and experience its all-new features that make for its elegance and superiority.
To satisfy your curiosity, here’s a quick rundown of its all-new premium and sophisticated design, top-of-the-line engine power, improved performance, and the latest technology.
For starters, The All-New PCX160 is powered by its new 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.
You’ll also get to experience the ride of a lifetime since this motorcycle astonishes riders with advanced and exciting features, such as its new LED head and taillights design for a fresher look; a hazard lamp, wider tubeless tires for a safer ride; twin shock rear suspension for smoother rides; a sporty full digital meter panel for improved information visibility.
What’s more, is that this motorcycle is tailored with an idling stop system (ISS) to avoid wasteful fuel consumption. It also has an upgraded and secured front pocket sufficient to keep a 1.7 liter bottle, same enhancement goes with its USB-type power outlet for convenient gadget charging, a smart key with an anti-theft alarm, and an answer-back system for better motorcycle security. In addition, its 30-liter utility box gives riders bigger storage space, while its 8-liter fuel tank capacity provides improved fuel efficiency to have longer and more enjoyable journeys.
Honda ensures that rider’s safety comes first. That is why The All-New PCX160 has two brake variations—the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) type and the Combi-Brake System (CBS) type. Both variants are equipped with front and rear disc brakes.
The ABS variant comes with a Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), guaranteeing smooth stops even during sudden brakes and added wheel traction in slippery road conditions. This has two premium color variants to choose from, namely, the Asteroid Black Metallic and the Pearl Fadeless White, with an introductory price Php133,900.
On the other hand, the CBS variant combines its front and rear brakes, allowing riders to achieve smoother operation and handling while braking. It also comes in two premium color variants, the Matte Dim Gray Metallic and the Pearl Fadeless White, with an introductory price of Php115,900.
“At Honda Philippines, we share the same love for motorcycles as Filipinos do. The All-New PCX160 will not only embody our love for motorcycles but will also take motorcycle riding in the country to the next level,” HPI President Susumu Mitsuishi said.
As one of Honda’s vast array of motorcycles, this all-new motorcycle is made to improve every Filipino’s riding experience. It is in line with the company’s “ONE DREAM” campaign, which aims to fulfill every Filipino’s dream through the joy of mobility.
Explore more from Honda and its wide array of motorcycles. For more details about Honda products and promos, visit their website at www.hondaph.com and follow them on Facebook, Honda Philippines, Inc., and Instagram, @hondaph_mc. You can also contact them through our landline number, (02)-8581-6700 to 6799, and mobile number, 0917-884-6632.
credit: Honda Philippines
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