Planning to purchase a 160cc and below motorcycle for Boon Siew Honda? Well, you are in luck as BSH is giving away a brand-new motorcycle and many other prizes worth RM999,999 for its latest ‘Buy Honda Win Kaw Kaw’ campaign.
Purchased any 160cc (and below) motorcycle from Boon Siew Honda and stand a chance to win a new bike.
The ‘Buy Honda Win Kaw Kaw’ is the latest excitement from Boon Siew Honda for its loyal customers.
Starting from 1st February 2023 until 31st March 2023, customers who purchased any of the new Honda motorcycles (160cc and below) will stand a chance to win the Honda CBR250RR, Forza 250, CBR150R and the newly launched ADV160.
To qualify, all you need to do is to follow these three steps:
capture the most exciting photo of you and your newly purchased Honda motorcycle and share it on Facebook/Instagram.
please ensure that every posting includes the hashtag #BuyHondaWinKawKaw and don’t forget to tag Honda Motorcycle Malaysia.
Also, submit the Google Form with your full details.
Winners will be announced on 13 March 2023 and on 17 April 2023 via the Honda Motorcycle Malaysia Facebook page.
Four months after Honda revealed the new generation 2021 X-ADV in Europe, the adventure scooter is now available in Malaysia at the price of RM67,799.
If you thought that the previous Honda X-ADV is impressive, wait until you feast your eyes on the 2021 Honda X-ADV.
Out of all the newly-launched models, the 2021 X-ADV receives the most updates from redesigned looks, increased firepower, and upgraded riding technologies.
In terms of design, the new X-ADV presents a more rugged appearance with modern up-to-date features like its dual LED daytime-running lights leading the way. A new front windscreen was also added for better weather protection as well as better storage capacity thanks to a bigger 22-litre under seat storage and a 1.2-litre glovebox compartment (with USB charging port).
Its 745cc parallel-twin DOHC engine now produces around 58hp at 6,750rpm and 69Nm torque at 4,750rpm (4hp & 1Nm more compared to the previous-gen). This was done thanks to a new throttle-by-wire system and engine tuning.
This resulted in a smoother and more powerful power delivery, which is also optimized further with reworked gear ratios via its Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) and retuned Honda Selectable Torque Control settings. A 3kg weight reduction also helps greatly in this department.
Like the 2021 CB1000R, the 2021 X-ADV also features a new 5-inch TFT screen that is enhanced with Honda Smartphone Voice Control system. This allows the rider to control calls, navigation, and music via the handlebar controls and voice command (if you’re able to connect a Bluetooth helmet headset).
After countless months of waiting, Boon Siew Honda finally launched the 2020 Honda CBR250RR for the Malaysian market. The official launch was done online via the Honda Motorcycle Malaysia Facebook page live earlier tonight. (more…)
Boon Siew Honda (BSH) unveiled its latest 2021 Honda CB500X for the Malaysian market earlier today. Dressed to impress with its ‘Ready for the Wild’ adventure style, the CB500X is the perfect all-rounder for all sorts of riding styles from daily commutes to long-distance touring. (more…)
Boon Siew Honda has finally announced that the 2021 Honda CBR250RR will be launched here in Malaysia on 18 December 2020. BSH already informed us that their latest 250cc sports bike will arrive in the local market at the end of the year back in September, and they’re ready to deliver. (more…)
The iconic Honda Monkey makes a comeback and is available in Malaysia.
The new Monkey looks retro but is a modern bike underneath.
Boon Siew Honda offers the bike in three playful colours.
Boon Siew Honda has launched the successor of one the most iconic motorcycles of all time – the Honda Monkey.
The Honda Monkey was officially called the Z50 when it was launched in 1963. It rolled on five-inch wheels, powered by a single-cylinder 49cc four-stroke engine.
The Z50 harked a shift in paradigm to small, inexpensive “playbikes” which everyone could just jump on and monkey around. If it surprised everyone in its Oompa Loompa-friendly size, its sales success was an even bigger surprise.
The Z50 became known as the Honda “Monkey” both affectionally and derogatively. The name was derived from how adult riders looked like when seated on the bike, with his back arched, knees and elbows sticking (way) out the sides. If your mind suddenly conjures up the image of an ape riding a tricycle in a circus, you’re right, my friend.
But that’s the real appeal of the Honda Monkey – being fun while different at the same time.
The bike was so popular that Honda introduced a whole list of upgrades and updates throughout the years until the introduction of the MSX125. Also known as the Grom, it swept up multiple awards from overseas publications. It’s also immensely popular in Thailand.
For starters, 125cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine was sourced from the MSX125. It produces 9 bhp at 7000 RPM and 10.5 Nm of torque at 5500 RPM. Such power output makes it more viable as an everyday bike.
The rolling stock has also been upgraded to feature upside-down forks in front and preload-adjustable dual-shocks at the rear. Honda claims a 775mm seat height and 100mm of rear wheel travel. Both front and rear ends are anchored by hydraulic disc brakes.
Other updates include LED headlamp, taillamp and signal lamps, digital LCD meter, alarm system with Answer Back feature, and retro-style muffler.
The 2018 Honda Monkey comes in three colour schemes of shiny chrome and bright paintjobs including Pearl Nebula Red, Pearl Glittering Blue and aptly named Banana Yellow.
Boon Siew Honda recommends a basic selling price of RM 13,999.00 (with 0% SST and not on-the-raod).