It’s been a busy year for Honda Philippines (HPI), as it has launched a number of new models in the first half of 2022 alone. But it appears the company’s local production line has been doing a lot of work as well, and it has just surpassed a huge milestone: It has now marked its seven millionth motorcycle produced in the country.
The milestone unit is a special Honda TMX 125 Alpha with a cafe racer-inspired design. The TMX is one of the bikes that HPI produces locally at its manufacturing plant in Batangas.
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“The achievement of the seven-millionth production milestone serves as an affirmation of HPI’s commitment to continuously respond to the customers’ need for mobility, as we realize Honda’s Global Vision to ‘serve people worldwide with the joy of expanding their life’s potential,’” said HPI president Susumu Mitsuishi. “We aim to improve our customers daily lives through experiencing Honda products and services that exceed their expectations.”