Sleek and sporty new Honda Click 160 scooter introduced in Thailand where it retails for THB63,500 (approx. RM7,976.73).
New Honda Click 160 unveiled in Thailand, boasting stylish and sporty appeal.
It packs a respectably peppy 156.9cc single that delivers 15HP and 13.8NM.
Besides sporty styling, this scooter is rich in features too – keyless ignition, digital dash, full-LED lighting, and more.
All-round disc brakes are standard, but there’s a choice between Combined Braking System (CBS) or ABS.
In Thailand, the Honda Click 160 retails from THB63,500 (approx. RM7,976.73).
Meet the new Honda Click 160 scooter that just debuted in Thailand this week. Packing sporty aesthetics, a promisingly peppy powertrain, as well as a host of premium features all round, it’s clear that the new Click 160 has set its sights to up the ante from its predecessor the Click 150.
In terms of design, it’s clear Honda has taken a few steps in the right direction with all its new generation small displacement commuters by taking inspiration from its bigger machines. The Click 160 is a prime example of which, hence its sharp and sleek styling ethos.
Notable traits here include the CBR-inspired full-LED headlight design, as well as a tasty matte grey colourway option complete with gold-painted 14-inch alloy wheels.
Underneath, the Click 160 also packs plenty of interesting features, but we’ll start with its powertrain. This scooter is equipped Honda’s new liquid-cooled 156.9cc eSP (low-friction tech) single-cylinder. Derived from the Click 160’s stablemate the PCX 160, the mill delivers 15HP and 13.8Nm of twist.
All that is delivered to the rear wheel via twist-and-go CVT belt drive and, given it’s claimed 118KG net weight, should offer somewhat zippy performance. Bolstering that is its chassis that’s brimmed with telescopic front forks with a pre-load adjustable single rear shock.
Notably, the Honda Click 160 also comes brimmed with disc brakes front and aft. Both can be tied up with either a Combined Braking System (CBS) or single-channel ABS suite choices, the latter of course commanding a higher price tag than the latter – more on this in a bit.
Other notable features present include a neat digital dash display, a USB charging port present in the forward storage cubby, a sizeable 18-litre under-seat storage bin, as well keyless ignition with smart keyfob equipped with a bike locator feature.
As for price, our neighbours north of our border sees the Honda Click 160 retail price start from THB63,500 – approx. RM7,976.73.
As for availability here in Malaysia, that remains to be seen. However, given Boon Siew Honda’s knack for launching small capacity offerings rather quickly, we reckon the Click 160 will enter our market sometime in the near future, and should give things like both the Yamaha NVX and NMax something to sweat about…