Honda Philippines Inc. (HPI), the No.1 motorcycle manufacturer in the country, responds to commuters’ ever-changing needs as it unveils The New TMX125 Alpha.
In today’s new normal, motorcycles have never been more popular and in-demand than ever. With quarantine guidelines still implemented nationwide, motorcycles help Filipinos ride solo and steer clear of the pandemic’s dangers, and thus continue making a living.
Known for its durability and reliability, The New TMX125 Alpha is equipped with both kick and electric starter for convenience. It has manageable dimensions of 1,904mm (L) x 754mm (W) x 1,026mm (H) with a relatively low seat at 760mm, making it very approachable for Filipino riders.
The New TMX125 Alpha is powered by an Overhead Valve (OHV) engine, making it unique from other motorbikes. The OHV engine uses a push rod to balance acceleration and control for hours of easy and hassle-free operations while being fuel-efficient at 62.5km/L at 45Km/H constant speed. And to meet the customers’ requirement for the best balance of engine power and acceleration, the rear sprocket is improved from 44T to 38T, making it perfect for daily commuting usage.
Riders will also find that The New TMX125 Alpha is one of the country’s most efficient commuter bike as it allows them to travel solo, ensuring safe journeys to work, home, or anywhere they need to be. It comes with standout color variants, such as candy ruby red and black. HPI also added a new premium color, matte armored silver metallic, to let riders show off on the road.
The suggested retail price of The New TMX125 Alpha is PHP 51,400 to appeal to new riders. It is available at all Honda dealerships along with its Honda genuine spare parts.
“Honda has always been committed to ensuring that Filipinos’ everyday needs are met through our motorcycles. With the new normal changing industries and lives, we want to help riders have the upper hand in facing these challenges to continue providing for their families, guaranteeing that with The New TMX125 Alpha, Angat Ka!” said HPI president Susumu Mitsuishi.