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Boon Siew Honda Sdn Bhd introduces all-new and improved Honda Wave Alpha for the local market.


Malaysian assembler and distributor of Honda bikes Boon Siew Honda Sdn Bhd has updated its line up for the Malaysian market after the firm introduced its latest offering, the new and enhanced Honda Wave Alpha moped earlier today.


Present to launch the bike were several of Boon Siew’s top tier management personnel alongside several members from the Wave Alpha’s development team as well.


As it is, the Wave Alpha replaces the previous Wave 110 model, bringing along with it an enhanced exterior design and an improved powertrain as well. The moped can be had in two forms starting with a basic variant primed with drum brakes and spoked wheels followed by a higher-spec version equipped with disc brakes and cast wheels instead.

04 The All-New Wave Alpha offers more streamlined and aerodynamics design

Both however share the same air-cooled 109.1cc single-cylinder engine that produces 8.3hp @ 7,500rpm and peak torque of 8.59Nm @ 5,500rpm. The engine is paired with a four-speed constant mesh transmission. Not only more powerful than the previous Wave 110’s unit, the new powertrain is also much more efficient as it boasts a fuel economy rating of 51.8km/litre.

01 Sporty All-New Wave Alpha comes with a convenient u-box

Underneath, the moped also features a convenient U-box storage for added practicality as well as a colourful new and clear instrument panel design. Other notable features include the contoured new exhaust silencer design plus improved leg protection from the stylishly redesigned forward fairing.


Available for viewing and purchase via authorised dealers starting today, the all-new base drum brake-equipped Honda Wave Alpha carries a basic starting price of RM4,132.94 (6% GST inclusive) whilst the disc brake-equipped unit is priced from RM4,556.94 (6% GST inclusive).


Honda Wave Alpha launch @ Pullman Hotel, Bangsar

Honda Wave Alpha

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Honda calls it the next evolution of the NC700X, the bike that made its name by having a cargo space as the “tank” now comes with a bigger engine and a new name to reflect that, the NC750X.

By increasing the bore by 4mm to 77mm, the liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine now gets an extra capacity of 75cc and that bumps up the power output from 51hp to 54hp at the same 6250rpm while maximum torque is increased from 61Nm to 68Nm at 4750rpm. Seems little but the improvement with both power and torque curves are spread throughout the whole rev range.

On top of the power increase, Honda also added an extra balancer shaft to what they call injecting the engine with just the right amount of ‘good’ vibration. This makes the engine feel more refined yet still keeping the distinct “throb” delivered by its 270° firing order.

Even the muffler has been revised internally to allow a better flow from the engine’s increased capacity and now apparently also have a more “characterful” note. Still, from all that according to Honda, the NC750X can reach about 400km from its 14.1L underseat fuel tank.

The rest of the bike remains the same with the famous storage compartment large enough to take a full-face helmet.

The 2014 NC750X is available in Sword Silver Metallic and Matt Pearl White at RM54, 988.00. This model comes with a two year or 20,000 km manufacturing warranty.

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