Air Blade Specs & FeaturesHonda Air Blade Specs
Key specifications & features of the Honda Air Blade. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
Honda Air Blade Price List
Honda Air Blade price starts at ₱109,000 . Checkout Air Blade price list below to see the SRP prices and promos available
Honda Air Blade Latest Updates
Philippines saw the launch of the 2020 Honda Air Blade in the month of January 2020. This scooter is designed with the intention of enhancing the urban riding experience by offering a perfect blend of power, comfort, and technology. This automatic scooter features a sporty design that is complemented by LED headlamp and taillamp along with stylish 14-inch alloy wheels. Powering the Air Blade is a 150cc liquid-cooled, SOHC four-stroke single-cylinder engine that makes 13PS of power and 13.3Nm of torque. Practical features on the Air Blade include a fully-digital instrument cluster, 22.7-litre under seat storage with lamp and power outlet, Smart Key, and ABS.
Honda Air Blade Pros & Cons
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Things We Like in Honda Air Blade
Sharp and edgy styling
Things We Don't Like in Honda Air Blade
Ergonomics for taller riders
Stiff ride quality
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Honda Air Blade Review
Honda Air Blade Overview
The Honda Airblade 150 is the cheapest and most compact offering from its premium and powerful 150cc scooter lineup. With its sharp styling and youthful features and performance, the Honda Airblade 150 offers a good upgrade over the smaller 110 and 125cc scooters from Honda. The Honda Airblade 150 can be had in one of the three color options on sale – black, red, and blue.
Honda Air Blade Design
The Honda Airblade 150 is one looker when compared to other smaller 100-125cc scooters, while having almost similar dimensions like them. The edgy lines and modern layout of the panels give it a futuristic appeal, which should definitely attract the young customers, who wanted more from an entry-level compact scooter.
The Honda Airblade 150 looks very aggressive when viewed from the front, with the front apron having a very unique and edgy design. The rakish front apron ends up at the bottom with twin trapezoidal-shaped headlamps, which are full-LED units. Just above both the headlamps, there are sleek looking daytime running LEDs that extend and broaden up while moving upwards the edges of the front apron.
There is a nice black panel on the front apron just below the handlebar cowl, which adds a nice contrast to the frontal look of the scooter. The handlebar cowl itself has been given this same theme, with the overall triangular design for it adding some edgier appeal to it.
The side portions of the front apron extend well towards the floorboard in a sleek and sharp manner. The floorboard is well partitioned like an underbone bike, with an ample amount of room for your feet. However, the edgy appeal eats up some amount of knee room, which can make it feel a bit cramped for taller riders.
The edginess of the Honda Airblade 150 continues in the area near the split floorboard as well as the broad side body panels, the latter of which flow nicely upwards and end up in a wide blacked out pillion grab rail. The seat of the Honda Airblade 150 is long and accommodating enough for two full-sized adults. At the back, the Honda Airblade 150 gets a sharp-looking tail lamp cluster with clear lens blinkers integrated into it, and a long fender that flows down nicely.
The Honda Airblade 150 has a wide and cool looking cockpit which welcomes you with a modern-looking blue backlit rectangular instrument console. Flanked by two triangular housings on both of its sides which have tell-tale warning lamps, the main instrument console has fully digital readouts for speedometer, fuel gauge, odometer, trip meters, and even a tachometer.
Honda Air Blade Ride & Handling
Apart from its styling, the Honda Airblade 150 shows its sporty side with the way it handles and rides on the tarmac, thanks to the tall 14-inch wheels. The scooter has been bestowed with a set of hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and twin hydraulic coil springs at the rear. For making it feel sportier, Honda has tuned the suspension setup on a stiffer side, which can make you feel some of the sharp undulations on the road. The braking duties on the Honda Airblade 150 are taken care of by a disc brake at the front and a drum brake at the rear.
Honda Air Blade Engine & Fuel Consumption
The most affordable 150cc scooter from Honda, the Airblade 150 gets a four-stroke, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, 150cc engine. The engine here is coupled to a conventional CVT gearbox and produces a maximum power output of 13 PS and peak torque output of 13.3 Nm, thus making it the most powerful entry-level 150cc scooter in the market right now.
Honda Air Blade Braking & Safety
Honda has well equipped the Airblade 150 with some really nice safety features like a single-channel ABS, LED illumination for the under-seat storage compartment, park brake lock, and smart key system with ignition lock and anti-theft alarm.
Honda Air Blade Verdict
With the presence of cool features, very sporty styling, and well-balanced chassis, it is clear that Honda has tried to lure the young customers with the Airblade 150 – an attempt in which they have managed to strike just the right chord.