Honda's Year-End CEO Speech

All-new Honda Wave 100i

Honda is planning to install PGM-FI (Honda's Fuel Injection System) to all motorcycle models sold in Thailand by the end of 2009. The most important model for this FI strategy, Honda Wave 100i, will undergo a full model change in January 2009.

The Honda Wave 100 series, which is based on the Cub and thus can be called the "Asian Cub," has been a key model for Honda with annual sales of approximately 2.6 million units in seven countries mostly in the ASEAN region. With the all-new Wave 100, fuel economy was further improved. Moreover, by unifying product specifications as a strategy to pursue smooth introduction to multiple production bases, it was possible to achieve improved efficiency during the development and startup of production as well as significant cost reduction. After the introduction in Thailand, the all-new Wave 100 will be introduced sequentially to other ASEAN nations.

Honda Electric motorcycle

Honda is currently developing a battery-powered electric motorcycle which emits no CO2 during operation, because the characteristics of a battery can be better utilized in the area of motorcycles, which are often used for short distance travel. Honda is aiming to introduce this electric motorcycle to the market about two years from now.

Honda's Business Conclusion

As Honda is facing the next year, they are hoping for the earliest recovery of the global economy and the market situation, Honda will develop business plans based on an assumption that the situation will worsen next year and will navigate the company through this challenge.

Especially because this is a difficult time, Honda will not be overwhelmed by immediate matters, but rather, effectively utilize company resources to ensure the steady implementation of long-term initiatives which must be undertaken such as the advancement of environmental technologies. The result of the company's decisions this time will certainly be realized in the form of attractive new products and technologies in several years. Honda will continue making progress based on the belief that Honda's new growth potential will become evident beyond that point.
  • Currently 0.00/5
Rating: 0.00/5 (0 votes cast)

Share It!



How many times have you crashed your motorcycle in the last three years?

  •  Never
  •  Once
  •  Twice
  •  Three times
  •  Four times
  •  Five times
  •  More than 6 times
  •  More than 10 times
This poll has 0 more questions.
Other polls | 8,237 votes | 18 Comments
Thai Motorcycle Enterprise Association
There are no upcoming events
Motorcycle Thailand on Facebook
Motorcycle Thailand on Facebook
My Account