Women Bikers Rock! Genio Colors Pay Tribute to Modern Filipinas

Date posted on February 20, 2021
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There is no denying that women riders are rapidly increasing, especially with more and more women realizing its benefits and the joy of mobility that they feel in every ride amid the new normal.

For Honda Philippines Inc. (HPI), the No.1 motorcycle manufacturer in the country, motorcycles do not only offer safety and convenience when traveling. It also allows riders to experience the freedom, adventure, confidence, and a sense of independence.

Today’s Filipinas, especially amid the pandemic’s challenges, proudly embodies the motorcycle’s essence of style and independence. As a salute to their boldness, Honda Philippines, Inc. introduces three new colors variants of Genio.

Genio now has three additional new colors to choose from such as Vintage White, Valiant Red, and MatteMatte Gunpowder Metallic Black with line and chalk art typo color patterns. Along with the original Ross White with Red Stripes and Ross White with Blue Stripes, the motorcycle now has five total color variants.

Genio’s Vintage White boasts of its sophisticated and elegant look that is sure to stand out on the road. With its irresistibly eye-catchy aesthetics, it personifies the modern Filipina’s traits, proving that they are not limited to a single role in society and they are capable of living their life to the fullest.

 The Valiant Red color variant, on the other hand, symbolizes their confidence in riding side-by-side with their counterparts on the road.

Lastly, the Matte Gunpowder Black Metallic represents women’s profound independence and love for adventure, showing how they can come out of their comfort zones and become the best versions of themselves.

Genio also combines style with today’s smart technology and enhanced smart power (eSP) with features like a modern LED headlight, a digital meter panel with ECO indicator, a secured key shutter with seat opener, an enhanced smart architecture frame (eSAF) for more stability and comfort, and a power outlet for charging gadgets.

Equipped with a 4-stroke, air-cooled, single overhead cam (SOHC) engine, which brilliantly combines engine power and fuel efficiency, Genio lets lady riders experience a reliable and captivating ride with a 6.6kW @ 7,500rpm power and a 9.3N.m @ 5,500rpm torque.

The chic motorcycle is equipped with a combi-brake system, consisting of a front disc brake and rear mechanical drum braking system, indicating Honda’s standards regarding road safety and comfort throughout the journey. The motorcycle also comes with a 14-Liter Utility Box and spacious inner rack for easy carrying of everyday essentials, making their journey to work or do groceries more convenient.

Genio color variants are now available at all Honda dealerships nationwide, with a suggested retail price of PHP72,900.

Genio is only one of Honda’s wide array of motorcycles made to allow every Filipino experience the joy of riding. 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 their landline number, (02)-8581-6700 to 6799, and mobile number, 0917-884-6632.

credit: Honda Philippines

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