Honda PH unveils all-new ADV160

Honda PH unveils all-new ADV160

MANILA: Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI) has officially launched the sought-after all-new ADV160. All Honda 3S dealerships nationwide will offer the new model starting this month.


  • What powers the all-new Honda ADV160?

    Honda ADV160 is powered by a new-generation 157cc, four-valve, liquid-cooled, eSP+ engine that features cutting-edge four-valve mechanism and low friction technologies to deliver great power output and fuel efficiency.
  • What are the new features of Honda ADV160 that customers should look forward to?

    Honda ADV160 comes with Honda Selectable Torque Control, Anti-lock Braking System with Wavy Disc Brakes, USB charging port, Showa Subtank in the twin rear suspension, and wide tubeless tires.
  • The all-new ADV160 is the newest model in HPI's famous ADV series. It is known for its dominating looks, tires with a semi-dual purpose pattern, and smooth ride. The latest model is one of the most highly anticipated motorcycle launches in the Philippines since it offers improvements on all fronts, including specs, styling, and more.

    The all-new ADV160 is versatility reimagined as the undisputedly popular daily ride that provides an exhilarating sense of adventure whether for city riding or long touring.

    The ADV160 is powered by a new-generation 157cc, four-valve, liquid-cooled, eSP+ engine that features cutting-edge four-valve mechanism and low friction technologies to deliver great power output and fuel efficiency. The engine produces 11.8kW of power at 8,500rpm and 14.7Nm of torque at 6,500rpm, which are more than enough for a dependable ride from daily commute to leisure trips.

    The all-new ADV160 is also loaded with exciting features, from everyday convenience to riding safety. One is the new Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), a cutting-edge feature that helps in optimizing the work of the wheel rotation. This keeps the rear tires from slipping, especially in wet, slippery conditions. The Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Wavy Disc Brakes is also configured to avoid wheel locking and boost stability in the event of sudden braking. The system offers stronger braking power and an aggressive look. Moreover, the new USB charging port is a handy feature for riders who travel long distances.

    Showa Subtank is installed in the twin rear suspension to optimize stable damping and control. Separating the oil and air chambers improves suspension performance by making each turn smoother and lighter to the touch.

    Another remarkable feature is the wide tubeless tires, which enables a more comfortable ride and greater control, providing enough time to get off the road safely in the event of a slow deflation.

    The all-new ADV160 also comes with Honda Smart Key System-integrated Anti-Theft Alarm and Answer-Back System. These make it easier to locate the motorcycle while ensuring its safety. Another feature is the Idling Stop System, which turns the engine off automatically once the motorcycle stops for three seconds in order to save fuel and increase efficiency. A simple throttle stroke restarts the engine's full operation.

    These features, which vary from minor to life-saving, significantly improve the value of the all-new ADV160.

    The all-new ADV160's design prioritizes riding comfort while still delivering a distinctive look. With its new muscular body design, it is aimed to command attention.

    The all-new ADV160 has a higher windscreen that is easily recognizable and has two levels of adjustment to provide wind resistance in any situation, whether for city riding or long-distance travel. To guarantee easy ground reach and better footing, the seat height has been lowered from 795mm to 780mm.

    For brighter and more lasting lighting, turn signals and headlights feature an All-LED Lighting System. The X-shaped LED tail light, which has a futuristic style, is the system's standout feature. The Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), on the other hand, is intended to flash turn signals quickly while stopping abruptly at high speed in order to ensure safety. This warns drivers of vehicles approaching from behind so they can take precautions and avoid collision.

    Other design highlights include a new full-digital LCD meter panel with an advanced display and a new spacious luggage box with a capacity that has been raised from 28 liters to 30 liters for storing helmets and other essentials for daily activities. A wide, matte-brown, tapered handlebar with a high level of rigidity ensures full control of the motorcycle.

    To provide a longer cruising range, the tank capacity has been increased from 8.0 liters to 8.1 liters. It provides the convenience of an additional designated area on the fuel tank lid for the fuel tank cap to be placed while fuel is being pumped.

    The all-new Honda ADV160 comes in three colors: Matte Gunpowder Black Metallic, Matte Solar Red Metallic, and Matte Pearl Crater White. It is priced at P164,900.

    Photo from Honda Philippines, Inc.

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