Articles about Honda Beat

Three variants, three color schemes, nine Filipino-inspired graphics
To keep up with the increasing demand for stylish, durable, and fuel-efficient scooters in the country, Honda Philippines (HPI) has announced that it will start production of the 2020 Honda BeAT at its manufacturing facility in Tanauan, Batangas."We are excited
You can easily ditch your car for any of these two-wheelers
Got time? If you're commuting in Metro Manila, yes, but you're not spending it the way you want. According to Waze's global survey, the metro is a regular A-lister for the world's worst traffic conditions. Whether you
Premium variant still priced at P69,900; Standard variants now cost P66,400
In the market for a practical scooter, but can't seem to find one that's stylish enough for your taste? Honda Philippines (HPI) has got you covered. Its super-economical BeAT scooter has just been updated to better match a younger,
Lalamove inks agreement with Ropali for motorcycle financing
Elvin Rosales is smiling from ear-to-ear nowadays. He has two reasons to say life is really good.First, he gets to see places that ordinary mortals like him can only dream of. And second, he was able to purchase his
No to drink and ride. Yes to sing and ride!
Davao City is in heat! A week after the 'Blue Boys' left Davao City for their grand motorcycle tour, the 'Red Brigade' takes over this bustling place for the 2018 Honda Riders Convention. It was attended by more than 1,200 participants
With a free concert by Callalily
These past few weeks have been gray, rainy and dreary thanks to all the typhoons and thunderstorms showering Metro Manila.Especially here in the crowded metropolis where horrendous traffic conditions are only made worse by torrential downpours.The weather may seem to
This mighty mouse gulps an average of 60km/L of gas
Critical times call for practical decisions. With the price of gasoline now clinging to P60 per liter, budgeting our fuel needs must be causing us more wrinkles as we look into a mirror every morning. Should I drive my car to work
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