Honda Air Blade Series 2007
This is the first model of Honda Air Blade 110cc that Honda Vietnam made, a few years after Thailand. With a good mix of the popular Honda Wave model and automatic scooters, Air Blade immediately became the best seller in Vietnam. Customers had to pay a few hundred bucks extra to buy one and this lasted about five years, a record in Vietnam! Till now, many people still prefer this model to the later 2011 model below. Until the 2013 series was introduced, 2007 was the best of this product.
New 110cc Air Blade Series 2011
Honda Air Blade moped scooter was developed for the South-east Asian market, first introduced in Thailand. The design is a mix of the popular Honda Wave and the convenience of a storage box from a real scooter. This scooter is good for all purposes, very cheap on gas, reliable and parts are not expensive as on the SH or Lead series.
The only inconvenience of this scooter is the floor to put your feet. It’s not flat as on the traditional automatic scooter. Honda gives you a large storage under the seat so they need to install the fuel tank there.
This scooter was 2011 series and is the second model of Honda Air Blade with the newly developed PGM-FI (electronic fuel injection) system for small motorcycles.
We now use the larger model 2013 series, third generation and comes with 125cc, much more powerful. For more details, please follow this link.
Honda Air Blade 110cc Specifications
|Number of seats||2|
|Country of origin||Vietnam|
|Engine power (hp/rpm)||8.5/8.000|
|Starter||Electric / Kick|
|Engine type||OHC, integrated water-cooled|
|Fuel Consuming||55 km/liter speed 50 km/hour (standard gasoline)|
|Front tyre||80/90 – 14 M/C 40P|
|Rear tyre||90/90 – 14 M/C 46P|
|Front suspension||Telescopic fork|
|Rear suspension||Swing arm twins|
|Fuel tank capacity (l)||4.5|
|Ground clearance (mm)||133|
|Curb weight (kg)||110|
|Seat height (mm)||772|
|Wheel base (mm)||1,273|
Sorry, these scooters are not available for rent anymore.
For current Japanese Honda automatic scooters Offroad Vietnam hires out, please follow this link.