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Honda PH unveils Supra GTR 150

 

Honda Philippines has introduced its newest family member with the unveiling of the All-New Supra GTR 150 last November 23 in Novaliches, Quezon City.

The new speed aggressor bike comes with a sporty look, dedicated to bringing mobility, speed and style for the urban commute.

With a “work hard, play hard” attitude, the All-New Honda Supra GTR150 “Speed Aggressor” is designed as a one-of-a-kind motorcycle for Filipinos.


SHOWO team manager Makoto Tamada rides on the All-New Supra GTR 150. PHOTO BY JEAN RUSSEL V. DAVID

“The All-New Honda Supra GTR150 will give customers a more aggressive look in tougher style at the right price. Designed to ensure that it fits with the Filipino lifestyle, this new model delivers speed, comfort, and Honda’s top-notch technology and design, making every ride a thrilling experience,” said Honda Philippines President Susumu Mitsuishi.

The design combines aerodynamics and style to boost performance, as well as speed and endurance, with comfort as its primary attribute.

“The launch of this new product is also in line with our ‘One Dream’ campaign, which aims to make Honda motorcycles serve as a partner in achieving one’s dream,” he added.

Honda’s newest motorcycle boasts of a six-speed DOHC four-valve liquid-cooled engine for maximum performance, great handling and better fuel efficiency of 42 km/L when riding on highways.

It also has a LED Headlight that ensures safety and clear sight on the road, as well as a full digital meter panel for ease of information in determining speed and distance.

The large front (256mm diameter) and rear (220mm diameter) disc brakes add to better braking performance and safety on the road with stability and comfort brought by its big front suspension (31mm diameter).

The All-New Honda Supra GTR150 comes in two colors — the Valiant Red and Black.

The motorcycle will be available at all Honda’s dealership this December 2019 with a suggested retail price of P102,900.00.

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Today’s Front Page February 25, 2020

Today’s Front Page February 25, 2020