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    Yamaha Motorcycles are distributed by Yamaha's Singapore authorised distributor:

    Hong Leong Corporation - Yamaha Motor Singapore
    Address: 178 Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 409030
    Phone: 6749 0588
     WhatsApp to ENQUIRE now! Special price for SBF members! 
    The Yamaha Motorcycle Connect app (also known as the "Y-Connect") has been around for quite awhile now, most noticeably on the latest Yamaha NMax 2020 V2. Our motor kakis in Europe and other regions have had access to this feature but unfortunately for us in Singapore, the app never became available on the app store.
    But fret not, there is a way for you to install this app thanks to Ghazali Glenn on the Yamaha NMax Club in our forums. Read on below to find out more about the Yamaha Y-Connect app and how you can get it for your Yamaha bike in the link below!

    A little more on what is the Yamaha Y-Connect can do and why you should install it the app on your phone:
    Main functions
    Meter Indicator Smartphone information like received calls, e-mails or text messages and remaining battery level can be displayed on the multi-function meter unit (instrument panel).
    Up to six different apps can be chosen and set for display. This feature also automatically adjusts the clock of the multi-function meter based on the time set on your smartphone.
    *The indicators displayed on the multi-function meter may differ or the Y-Connect app may not be usable depending on the motorcycle model.
    RevsDashboard The smartphone screen becomes a “RevsDashboard” displaying data like degree of throttle opening, engine rpm, rate of acceleration, an eco-friendly riding indicator and more.
    Maintenance Recommend Based on a variety of data like your motorcycle total mileage, ride frequency and average engine rpm levels, the app estimates the condition of the engine oil and provides recommendations for engine oil change timing within the range described in the owner's manual. You can also change the recommendation timing by yourself.
    The app also takes into account data of battery voltage to gauge the condition of the battery and keeps you up to date with the battery’s condition, recommending if a check is needed.
    Fuel Consumption The app tracks your average mileage and displays it either by day or by month for easy viewing.
    Malfunction Notification Should your motorcycle detect a malfunction, you will receive a notification via the app. In addition you may designate a notice be sent that contains the location, time and other information to a designated third party, e.g., your Yamaha dealer, via e-mail.
    Parking Location You can see where you last parked your motorcycle, a helpful feature when trying to find your motorcycle in large parking lots or while at your touring destination.
    Ranking You can share your mileage and ECO driving results with Yamaha users all over the world and enjoy them as a ranking.
    App requirement:
    Android 7, 8, 9 and 10
    Bluetooth BLE4.1 and UP
    If this is something you think would be a benefit for your daily ride, head over to the forum thread to find out how Singapore NMax owners can install this app:
    What do you think of this "tech" that comes standard on the 2020 Yamaha NMax V2? We reckon Yamaha, Honda, and the big manufacturers should just go ahead and link up Apple CarPlay or Android Auto so we can have navigation and all the creatures comfort straight from the dash!
    Let us know what you think is your favourite feature in the comments below!
    Screenshot of the Yamaha Motorcycle Connect / Y-Connect App:

    SINGAPORE - The National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) has set up an association to represent freelance and self-employed individuals (FSEs) - such as delivery riders.
    NTUC said in a statement on Friday (Dec 11) that its FSE unit had been engaging workers in the sectors and found that they were ready to formalise their representation to push for better work protection and prospects.
    FSE stated that delivery riders will be represented by the National Delivery Champions Association (NDCA) and the NDCA is expected to cover some 2,000 delivery riders. 
    Supported by NTUC, the group will work closely with various stakeholders to address work issues faced by FSEs, enhance support frameworks and uplift work prospects.
    NDCA seeks to address the safety of FSE delivery riders by ensuring all members have sufficient insurance coverage in the event of income disruption. Currently, many delivery riders bear the risk of illnesses and injuries themselves.
    NDCA members will enjoy NTUC benefits such as insurance coverage against death and total and permanent disability, cash support like the NTUC Care Fund for income loss and training assistance.
    "The association represents (sic) a rapidly growing part of the freelance workforce. The union will continue to work closely with the government, the associations as well as freelance workers to ensure that they are well protected as they go about their businesses," said Ms Yeo Wan Ling, director of NTUC and the organisation's spokesperson for FSEs.

    What does this mean for delivery riders? Do you think that this is a good initiative to allow NTUC and delivery riders to band together for better benefits and fairer wagers from the big boys like FoodPanda, Deliveroo, Lalamove and Grab?
    Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!
    P.S. If you are a current delivery rider or thinking about joining the industry, join us in our forum section below to discuss tips and tricks, and get advice from other seasoned delivery riders! Ride SAFE!

    With a heavy heart, we have to announce that the Swanky Swap Meet 2020 event will not proceed this Sunday due to unforeseen circumstances. The organisers thank you all for your support and keep supporting local businesses! The Swanky Swap Meet will be back soon.
    Keep checking back at SingaporeBikes.com for the latest and greatest motorcycle and biking events that are held in Singapore!

    Ducati Singapore is holding a MASSIVE sale for this coming festive Christmas period by letting you ride away your dream Ducati motorcycle by just paying the machine price!
    You will receive:
    Free COE Free Road Tax Free Registration Fee 2 + 2 Years of Extended Warranty This applies to any Ducati of your choosing from the Class 2A Scrambler Sixty2 to the race-worthy Panigale, all of which are sure to bring your rides to another level of thrill.
    Discover more only at the Ducati Singapore showroom today.
    Ducati Singapore
    Address: 45 Leng Kee Rd, Singapore 159103
    Phone: 6430 4930
    While stocks last. Terms and conditions apply. Remember to tell quote "SINGAPOREBIKES" and let them know we sent you!

    Boon Siew Singapore - Authorised distributor for Honda motorcycles in Singapore is holding a weekend promotional sales will be making a comeback this 12.12 period, with yet more discounts off their bike models even in the face of a much higher COE premium!
    Don't make the same mistake by waiting too long, cause they have some amazing deals off both their new and demo units! 😉
    All prices are inclusive of the following:
    1. Latest COE
    2. Six (6) months road tax
    3. Registration/IU fees
    4. GST
    Once again, feel free to drop them a message to enquire about the model you're interested in! Their WhatsApp line is available here: https://wa.me/6588700313 and remember to quote "SINGAPOREBIKES" to receive special promo and freebies!
    The bikes are being sold at NEVER BEFORE prices so if you're thinking of getting a new bike, this is the time!

    First Ever Unit of Ducati Superleggera V4 to arrive in Malaysia, with only 500 units in the world.

    This is the only street bike with a carbon fibre chassis, swingarm and wheels as standard from the factory.
    Dry weight of 159kg, 16kg less than the current Panigale V4, and it comes with lightened Öhlins with pressurised fork for better handling in the corners. Stopping prowess is taken care of by a Brembo braking system with Stylema R callipers.

    On the technological side, it includes latest generation electronics package that includes EVO 2 strategies for the DVR and DQS up/down.
    Power is up to 234HP and the units are priced at MYR888,000 (SGD292,000) in Malaysia.
    While most of us are complaining about the high COE prices driving up Class 2A bike prices to over SGD20,000, this Ducati Superleggera V4 is made for the very few and far between riders that can afford to pay almost the price of a HDB flat just to own the latest and greatest from Ducati.

    Do you reckon we'll see any of these Superleggera V4s on the roads in Singapore? Guess we'll have to check in with the local Ducati agent to find out.

    What do you think of this beast? Is it too execessive? Or is it priced too high? Are we going into unchartered territories as bikes get ever more expensive? Let us know in the comments below!

    Kingpin presents the COVID-edition, socially-distanced Swanky Swap Meet!

    You've been craving for events and so have we. For the swanky swap meet to go on smoothly, let's play our part.
    Location: Handlebar @ Gillman Barracks, 13th December, Sunday. 50 pax per time slot - 12pm to 3pm and 4pm to 7pm.
    Overstocked with motorcycle parts you need to swap out? Or looking for custom, pre-loved parts to complete your work of art?
    RSVP at the link in our Event Calendar here:
    Get up close with the all new BMW R18 provided by BMW Motorrad as well as other sponsors such as Motorwerks, Shell, and many many more!
    Hope to see you there!

    Born from the first ever cooperation between the two Italian brands, the Ducati Diavel 1260 Lamborghini pays homage to the Siàn FKP 37 hybrid supercar with a limited production featuring lots of carbon on the power cruiser’s higher-spec S variant.
    In 2012 the Volkswagen (VW) Group bought Ducati, adding another Italian icon to its impressive portfolio that was already harboring Lamborghini and Bugatti since 1998 – as well as Porsche, Bentley and Audi among several others.
    With headquarters stationed some 20 kilometers apart along the short stretch between Bologna and Ferrari’s hometown, Modena, that marks the beating heart of the Italian Motor Valley, it seems surprising that Ducati and Lamborghini had never worked together on a common theme before. All the while, in a stroke of logistical irony, the owner of Ducati on paper is actually Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.
    Inspiration for this build came from the 800-hp (597-kW) Siàn FKP 37, Lamborghini’s first ever hybrid car that was unveiled in 2019 as a tribute to the late Ferdinand Piëch, VW Group Chairman who had passed away a few months earlier. Only 63 examples were ever built symbolizing the company’s founding year, 1963, and were swiftly sold out at US$2 million apiece – as did the 19 open-top Siàn roadsters that were made one year later.

    The Diavel was an obvious choice and, sure enough. Ducati based it on the higher-spec 1260 S variant that sprinkles the 162-hp (121-kW) power cruiser with adjustable Öhlins suspensions and a fully equipped electronic suite.
    With no changes in the mechanical setup of the standard Diavel, both brands’ designers collaborated in creating the visual link between motorcycle and car, starting with two central elements: wheels and colors.
    The Centro Stile Lamborghini made sure that this Diavel dons the exact same “Gea Green” color as the Siàn, sprinkled with “Electrum Gold” shades on the wheel rims and trellis frame.
    Ducati replaced almost everything that was plastic on the standard bodywork with carbon fiber parts – including air intakes, central tank cover, mudguards, exhaust cover, seat cover, headlight frame and engine spoiler. This fact probably explains why the Lamborghini version weighs one kilogram (2.2 lb) less than the Diavel 1260S.
    The Diavel 1260 Lamborghini will be constructed in a limited run of only 630 motorcycles; 10 times the number of Siàn FKP 37 cars that were made. It certainly won’t carry the seven-digit price tag of the hypercar, but it will probably demand a substantial premium thanks to its collectible nature, unique bits like the Lamborghini-styled wheels and the abundance of tailor-made carbon parts.

    Ducati makes no mention of delivery times and suggests that interested parties should contact their local dealers for more. If anything, experience from previous factory customs from Italian manufacturers – not only Ducati but also Aprilia and MV Agusta – teaches us that they tend to disappear pretty quickly, regardless of price tags.

    What do you think of the Ducati Diavel 1260 Lamborghini? Do you think anyone in Singapore would be "crazy" enough to purchase one? Most probably.. Since we have quite a few Ducati V4R on our roads commanding a price tag of well over S$100,000.
    Let us know what you think of this limited edition Ducati in our comments section below!

    Yes, it’s Chinese, built down to a price and has performance that won’t set the world on fire, but the Zontes ZT310-T is also a hell of a lot of surprisingly well-equipped bike for the money.
    Originally named the T310 when launched in 2019, it’s comfortable, smooth, swift, doesn’t panic when you show it a corner and way cheaper than its Class 2A counterparts and even certain Class 2B rivals.
    Only time will tell how durable it will be and what it will be worth a few years down the line, but engines have always been bulletproof and Zontes build quality has moved on from the bad old days of Chinese bargain buckets.

    Updated for 2021 and renamed: Zontes ZT310-T
    Detail changes for 2021 add extra refinement to what was already a capable, very well-equipped, nicely finished and incredible value Class 2A licence-friendly all-rounder. It isn’t the last word in excitement but the Zontes is comfortable, smooth, gets from A to B with little fuss and never lacks real world power or gets flustered in corners.
    If you opt for the 19in front wheel version it could handle some very light off-road trails, but the grip from its dual-purpose rubber in the cold and wet could be better. Best of all Zontes are starting to get top marks in our online owners’ reviews, which bodes well for the Chinese firm. However, alongside the above changes for 2021 was a slightly higher price tag to justify the extra kit. 

    Ride quality & brakes
    Granted, it doesn’t ride with the grace of a Ducati, or have refined controls of a Honda, but you know what? It isn’t half bad, especially when you keep reminding yourself the low cost of entry to Zontes ownership. Even the major manufacturers would struggle to produce so much metal for so little.
    Once you’ve picked yourself up off the floor from the shock of the impressive spec list, you’ll ride down the road and discover the Zontes does nothing wrong on the move. There are no nasty vibes from the engine, thanks to its balance shaft, it doesn’t go one way when you want to go the other and everything works exactly as it should.
    It doesn’t have the behemoth dimensions of a big capacity adventure bike, so carrying pillions will be a squeeze, but that keeps things light and manageable. The 159kg machine is comfy enough for one and has a roomy riding position. Big mirrors are clear and the two-position screen quiet and effective.
    Non-adjustable suspension offers up an unflustered ride and there’s no sign of the cheap, crashy ride your bones and false teeth would normally have to contend with a Chinese bike over bumps.
    Unlike most adventure-style machines the ZT310-T wears a 17-inch front wheel up front rather than a 19 or 21, so your off-road pretentions will need to be tempered to bumping up a kerb at the McDonald’s Drive-Thru, but on the road the Zontes rolls easily from corner to corner with little effort. 
    Dual purpose CST tyres have adequate grip wet or dry, the single 260mm front disc and twin piston caliper gets you stopped easily and a dab of rear gives you extra stopping power when you need it.

    2021 Zontes ZT310-T ride verdict
    The way the Zontes rides and conducts itself in the corners is perfectly acceptable for the price. Returning a claimed 31.5km/h from its 19-litre fuel capacity (up from 15 litres in 2021) will get you a theoretical 482.8km from full to empty…or Singapore to Malacca and back without having to get off. The riding position and large padded seat are comfy enough to do those kinds of miles in one hit and its two-way electric screen shields you nicely from the elements.
    Its physical size is somewhere between a Class 2B bike and a full-size adventure bike, making it manageable at low speed and easy to get feet down at a stop, but it’s slightly cramped for bigger riders and for two-up work.
    For 2021 the ZT310-T comes with either cast aluminium 17in wheels, or a spoked 19in front, which raises the seat height from 795mm to 830mm. They’re shod with CST dual purpose tyres, which are fine in the dry, but lack grip on cold, wet tarmac. The adventure style wheel and tyre combo are there more for looks than any real off-road pretensions, not least because its cruiser-style front mudguard would quickly scoop up mud and lock the front wheel. For more natural on-road handling and a lower seat the 17in wheel option is the one to go for.
    A twin sliding piston front caliper bites a bigger 300mm disc (up from 260mm) for 2021 and the rear is up 30mm to 230mm, so braking power is never a problem, even at spirited speeds, plus there’s Bosh 9.1M ABS to bail you out just in case. Steering has the slightly lazy feel of a bike with a 19in front wheel, which you quickly get used to, but it’s an easy bike to jump on and ride and doesn’t spring any nasty surprises. Non-adjustable suspension is soft, forgiving and never sloppy or crashy, just well balanced and confidence inspiring.

    A liquid cooled 311.7cc single cylinder dry-sumped motor (oil is stored in the frame) will never set the world on fire for the experienced, but for the new rider there’s a broad spread of throbby single cylinder power, decent low-down punch, perfect fuelling from the Delphi injection and enough oomph to cruise at motorway speeds and above. There’s no slop in the gearbox and not a false neutral in sight.

    2021 Zontes ZT310-T engine verdict
    The ZT310-T is powered by the same liquid cooled, DOHC, 312cc dry sump (oil in the frame) single with nickel silicon carbide plated aluminium cylinders. It produces just 35bhp and 22ftlb of torque, but it’s enough to push the Zontes along at a decent rate of knots. It’ll handle A-road overtakes with a few down changes (the six-speed gearbox works perfectly) and tops 90mph. The engine is smooth at low and mid rpm (a bit strained above) and has nice fuelling with Bosch fuel injection replacing Delphi for 2021, along with the addition of a slipper clutch to get rid of unwanted engine braking.

    Reliability & build quality
    Cylinders, swingarm and wheels are aluminium, the steel fuel tank is galvanised, plastics are sturdy and the stainless-steel exhaust (which has 'cool touch' stacked end cans, that won’t burn luggage or your pillion’s leg) all count towards long term durability and already this current generation of Zontes machines are getting the thumbs up from owners. Paint finishes and plastics are sturdy and you get a two year warranty from the local Zontes dealer. Servicing is every 5,000km.

    Value vs rivals
    Chinese-built bikes always score against their rivals in the price department and the ZT310-T is no different. Add in all its toys and an impressively capable ride and it’s an even bigger bargain.
    To ride and live with the Zontes is a pleasant surprise. Of course, it’s never going to be as polished as something like a Honda CB400X, but then the ZT310-T is two grand cheaper and most importantly a step towards convincing us that Chinese bikes really can be taken seriously.

    2021 Zontes ZT310-T vs rivals 
    In terms of bang for your buck the Zontes ZT310-T has a level of standard equipment to embarrass a top-shelf European adventure bike and it’s cheaper than a KTM 390 Adventure and BMW G310GS. In terms of price and performance the Zontes is on par with the Sinnis Terrain 380 and Royal Enfield Himalayan.

    The Zontes is surprisingly well equipped with keyless ignition, two riding modes, Bosch 9.1M ABS, an LCD display, lightweight lithium battery, USB charger, adjustable brake and clutch levers, electric screen, seat lock and fuel tank cover. Rugged, hard adventure-style panniers and a top box are also available as an accessory.
    2021 Zontes ZT310-T equipment
    A TFT colour display with Bluetooth connectively replace an LCD display for 2021 and doesn’t look too dissimilar to an exotic MV Agusta’s.
    Elsewhere the spec level belies its bargain basement price: keyless ignition, two riding modes (Sport, Eco), a USB charger, adjustable brake and clutch levers, an electric screen, automatic seat and fuel flap release, a cubby hole under the dash, rack, bullbars, handguards, LEDs, backlit switches and a metal tab on the pillion peg for a disc lock and MV stainless-steel 'cool touch' stacked end cans, that won’t burn luggage or your pillion’s leg. Hard adventure-style panniers and top box are also available as an accessory.

    With the increasing popularity of Zontes bikes in Singapore, they might just be a more common sight on the roads in the near future. With its bargain basement price, handsomely good looks, and more tech than you can throw at an IT geek - There's nothing not to love about the ZT310-T.
    We'll just have to see in a couple of years if the Chinese made bikes will have the same kind of reliability as their Japanese counterparts, which have made brands such as Honda, Yamaha, and Suzuki such a big draw in South-East Asia.

    Honda has fully remodeled the PCX series of scooters, which have been well-received for their stylish appearance and environmentally friendly engines. The new "PCX", "PCX160" and "PCX e:HEV" models will be released on January 28, 2021 (Thursday).
    PCX (Pearl Jasmine White)
    PCX (Candy Raster Red)
    PCX (Poseidon Black Metallic)
    PCX (Matte Dim Gray Metallic)
    PCX (Matte Cosmo Silver Metallic)
    PCX160 (Pearl Jasmine White)
    PCX160 (Candy Raster Red)
    PCX160 (Poseidon Black Metallic)
    PCX160 (Matte Dim Gray Metallic)
    PCX e:HEV (Pearl Jasmine White)
    The PCX is a newly designed water-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve, 124cc single-cylinder engine "eSP +" that achieves improved output and further fuel efficiency in a newly designed frame that pursues light handling and ease of handling in daily life.
    The front and rear disc brakes are equipped with 1-channel ABS that operates only on the front as standard equipment, and Honda Selectable Torque Control is newly adopted, which contributes to a sense of security on slippery road surfaces. It is a two-up moped scooter that has a high level of environmental friendliness. In addition, Honda has enhanced the equipment that is easy to use, such as adopting a luggage box with expanded capacity and equipping it with a USB socket that is convenient for charging mobile terminals, etc.
    The PCX160 is based on the PCX and expands the engine displacement to 156cc to achieve more powerful and comfortable driving performance. It is a light motorcycle scooter that provides plenty of room and fulfillment in a wide range of driving situations, from driving in the city to commuting via the highway and touring to the suburbs.
    PCX e:HEV adopts a hybrid system based on PCX, which uses a high-power lithium-ion battery as an energy source and adds a drive assist function to the ACG starter (motor) that is responsible for starting the engine and generating power. It is a two-up scooter and a moped. By combining the newly designed engine "eSP +" with improved output assisted by a motor, torque is improved in the low rev range, and agile throttle response and high power performance are realized while maintaining high quality such as quietness.
    Main features of PCX / PCX160 / PCX e: HEV
    Newly designed engine "eSP +" that achieves both high output and environmental performance
    Achieved high output by expanding the valve area by increasing the valve mechanism to 4 valves and increasing the intake efficiency of the air-fuel mixture and the exhaust efficiency of the combustion gas. Furthermore, in addition to reducing the sliding resistance and increasing the compression ratio by shortening the stroke of the cylinder inner diameter X stroke, the piston that injects engine oil to the back side of the piston enables efficient cooling and advancement of the ignition timing. It contributes to the improvement of power output by adopting an oil jet. By adopting a hydraulic cam chain tensioner lifter, both friction reduction and noise and vibration suppression are achieved at the same time. The intake path from the air cleaner (intake) to the inlet pipe has been expanded, and the throttle body diameter has been increased to improve intake efficiency. In addition to optimizing the internal structure of the muffler and reducing exhaust resistance, we have optimized the placement of the catalyzer to improve the exhaust gas purification performance, achieving both powerful driving and excellent environmental performance at a high level. Body and suspension that provide comfortable and high-quality driving
    By redesigning the frame, the weight of the frame body alone is reduced while maintaining the rigidity balance. The body packaging is a more advanced version of light handling and ease of handling. A rubber mount structure handle holder is used to reduce unpleasant vibration transmitted from the vehicle body to the rider's hands. It contributes to comfortable riding. The wheels have been redesigned to increase the size of the tires, and the rear axle travel has been extended, contributing to light handling and a comfortable ride. Disc brakes are used for the front and rear braking devices. In addition, a 1-channel ABS that operates only on the front is standard equipment. Fully advanced equipment and various functions pursuing convenience in daily life
    Newly adopted Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC). Based on the signals from the front and rear wheel speed sensors and throttle position sensor, the engine torque is controlled by controlling the fuel injection amount to suppress the slip of the rear wheels. A USB socket is newly standard equipment in the front inner box. It makes it possible to charge mobile terminals such as smartphones, further enhancing convenience. The capacity of the luggage box has been expanded to 30L for the PCX / PCX160 and 24L for the PCX e: HEV. The loadability is improved and the convenience is further improved. Uses Honda SMART Key system. By carrying the smart key and approaching the vehicle, the main switch knob can be unlocked without removing the smart key itself. "Top Box 35L Smart Key System Type" is newly added to the separately sold genuine accessories. By linking with the Honda SMART Key system, the top box can be unlocked more conveniently. Flowing and high-quality styling design
    By combining the horizontal proportions with a simple and elegant surface composition and the edge line that makes you feel the dynamic flow, the appearance has been renewed to emphasize the advancedness and high quality of the PCX. The color variation of PCX / PCX160 is "Candy Raster Red" that expresses high-quality clothing. "Poseidon Black Metallic" with a fearless and calm impression. "Pearl Jasmine White" with a clean and elegant impression. In addition to the four colors of "Matte Dim Gray Metallic" that gives a powerful impression of metal, the PCX is also available with "Matte Cosmo Silver Metallic" that gives a fresh and youthful impression. The PCX e:HEV is available in one color, "Pearl Jasmine White," which expresses an advanced image with a combination of white and blue. Main features for PCX e: HEV
    Efficient and compact e: HEV system that fits in the PCX body packaging
    By combining the newly designed engine "eSP +" with a motor assist that uses a high-power lithium-ion battery as an energy source, agile throttle response and high power performance are achieved while maintaining a high-quality feel such as quietness. Switching between two motor assist characteristics, "D mode" that achieves both comfortable driving and moderate assist according to the driving situation and rider's preference, and "S mode" that enhances assist and enhances sportiness. It makes it possible and provides "fun to drive" according to the driving scene. In addition to the bracket on the back of the signature lamp of the headlight and the inner lens of the tail lamp lighting part in blue, the seat in black and blue two-tone color and the emblem dedicated to e:HEV are adopted to further enhance the advanced and high quality part of the body is accented to enhance it. That's the complete launch deck from Honda Japan's information desk. What do you think about the 2021 Honda PCX and its entire range? Do you think it makes sense for Honda to launch a PCX 150 and PCX 160 with such a small difference in engine displacement? Or the new PCX e:HEV which brings hybrid technology to mainstream motorcycles.
    Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
    Thanks for reading!

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