Semi-Automatic Bikes

Honda Future 125cc

Honda Future 125 – Honda recently unveiled what it calls “Vietnam’s first long-distance moped bike”, the Honda Future. The new bike is capable of traveling a maximum distance of 338 km on one full tank of petrol (5.6 litres) in the ECE40 Mode, which is best in class, and 100 km more than what the Wave 125 X Ultimo can do.

The Future is powered by a new 125 cc air-cooled engine. The four-stroke SOHC unit has 7.6% better fuel economy compared to the Wave 125, it is claimed. The Future’s rated 60.3 km/l is a 0.5 km/l improvement over the older bike.

Other key features include the 19-litre U Box that can fit a full-face helmet, a side battery casing for easy access, push-seat function and automatic key lock shutters. The Future also comes with rear LED lights, a blue-lit speedometer and a fog light.

In line with its role as a “long-distance moped” the Future has a wider seat, and the clear distinction between rider and pillion translates to better long distance comfort. A molded front design that eliminates the use of screws reduces vibration and sounds from the front cover.

Honda Wave 110cc

Honda Wave 110, Honda’s scooters are among the most reliable models available on today’s market and the Wave 110i makes no exception. Powered by an efficient 109.1 cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, two-valve single-cylinder engine with PGM-FI the Honda Wave 110i can deal great with the requirements of city traffic.

In terms of power, the engine puts out 6.28kW at 7,500 rpm and 8.65 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine’s power is transferred to the rear wheel by means of a 4 speed transmission and is fueled by a relatively generous 3.7 liters fuel tank.

The user-friendly engine is mounted in a tough and compact frame with a chassis geometry that was designed with maneuverability and agility in mind.

Other features offered by the Honda Wave 110i include 17in wheels and front disc brakes.