The Honda Motors Philippines latest release is the Honda Airblade 150. With its cutting-edge design and a generous amount of equipment that seems to be working out pretty well for the Japanese manufacturer. Honda Airblade 150 scooter is made available with only one Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) variant.


Above all, this scooter bike comes with a number of modern features for its price. The following includes a Smart Key along with keyless start, a digital gauge, a UBox for that added storage, and a power socket for recharging devices. Its beating heart is a 150cc DOHC, liquid-cooled engine that churns out a decent 13 hp and 13 Nm of torque. Power is shifter via an automatic transmission.

Honda Airblade 150 Specification

Specifications Value
SpecificationsEngine Type Value Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, Liquid Cooled
SpecificationsMax Power Value 8500 rpm
SpecificationsMax Torque Value5000 rpm
Specifications Displacement Value150cc
SpecificationsNo. Of Strokes Value4.4 L
SpecificationsFuel Tank Capacity (litres) Value4-Stroke
SpecificationsExhaust Pipes Value Single Exhaust
SpecificationsCooling System Value Liquid Cooled
SpecificationsStarting ValueElectric / Kick
SpecificationsDrive Type ValueBelt Drive
SpecificationsSuspension: Front Value Telecopic Fork
SpecificationsSuspension: Rear Value Twin SHock
SpecificationsTire Type ValueRadial, Tubeless
SpecificationsRear Tire Value 100/80 R14
SpecificationsFront Tire Value 90/80 R14
SpecificationsDimensions: Length x Width x Height Value1919 mm x 679 mm x 1062 mm
SpecificationsWheelbase Value1313 mm
SpecificationsSeat Height Value773 mm
SpecificationsStart Option Value Electric
SpecificationsFuel Type ValueGasoline
SpecificationsTransmission Type ValueCVT


Other feature becoming common on premium scooters like having a USB power outlet, and as a scooter designed for a rider with modern needs, the Airblade naturally packs one, too. Located in the under-seat storage compartment, this USB outlet can charge larger gadgets like tablets, as opposed to one mounted near the bike’s instrument display.

The asking price of P109,000 feels like a bargain considering this is a 150cc scooter from one of the Big Four motorcycle brands.  

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