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Honda Air Blade

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Honda Air Blade Specs

Engine 124.88 cc
Power 10.9 hp
Start Option Electric
Pass Switch Yes
Ignition System Fully Transisterize
Odometer Digital
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Air Blade Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Air Blade

Dynamic styling 

ABS as standard 


Spacious under-seat storage

Things We Dont Like in Air Blade

Low ground clearance 

A bit on the heavier side

Recent Updates of Air Blade

Honda Airblade is a welcome addition to the Honda family in Malaysia to further strengthen the company’s 125cc portfolio. It features the PGM-FI (fuel injection) system which has over the years become a standard feature for optimising the fuel consumption along with performance. Powering the Airblade is a 124.88cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces 11.1PS of maximum power at 8,500rpm and a peak torque of 11.2Nm at 5,000rpm, which is transferred to the rear wheel using an automatic V-belt. It also features Honda’s idling-stop system which further enhances the fuel-efficiency by automatically switching off the engine when the bike is at rest, especially at traffic lights, and automatically starts the engine again when the rider releases the brake. Other features include Remote Response Key, which makes the bike beep with a button push, so you can find your bike easily in a crowded area. The Airblade retails at RM8,690 and is offered in three paint schemes – black chrome and red. It rivals against the Yamaha Y125Z and the SYM Sports Rider 125i.

Honda Air Blade Variants

There are 1 variants available of Air Blade: Standard.

Honda Air Blade Power-trains

The Air Blade is powered by a Liquid Cooled PGM-FI 124.88 cc 1 Cylinder engine that gives 10.9hp of power at 8500 rpm and 11.2 Nm Torque at 5000 rpm. It comes with the option of a Variable Speed transmission gearbox. The Air Blade has a seat height of 133 mm. The Front Tyre size is 80/90 R14 & Rear Tyre size is 90/90 R14.

Honda Air Blade Features

The feature list of Air Blade includes Pass Switch, Shutter Lock, Combined Braking System Advanced Safety Features, Engine Check Warning and Street Riding Modes in terms of safety.

Features Chassis, Suspension & Brake include Twin Shocks Rear Suspension, Telescopic Fork Front Suspension, Steel Body Frame Material, Backbone Body Frame Type, Side Wings, Dual Straight Seat Type, Drum Rear Brake and Disc Front Brake.

Features for Console include Digital Odometer, Digital Fuel Gauge, Tripmeter, Analog Speedometer and Display Screen.

Honda Air Blade Competitors

The Air Blade Competitors are: Yamaha NMAX, Yamaha NVX 2020, Honda Vario, Honda Wave125i and Honda BeAT.

Honda Air Blade 2020 Price List

Variant   Specifications  
Honda Air Blade Standard    124.88 cc, 10.9 hp, Electric, Petrol
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Honda Air Blade Colors

Air Blade is available in 3 different colors - Silver Metallic, Pearl Magellanic Black and Pearl Metalloid White.

  • Silver Metallic

  • Pearl Magellanic Black

  • Pearl Metalloid White

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Honda Air Blade Review

  • Air Blade Overview
  • Honda Air Blade Design
  • Air Blade Ride & Handling
  • Honda Air Blade Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Air Blade Braking & Safety
  • Honda Air Blade Verdict

Air Blade Overview

The all-new Honda Air Blade got recently launched in Vietnam, December 2019 to be precise. It has lifted the manufacturer's entire lineup and has proven to be a fierce competitor in the segment. With its brand new edgy styling and sporty appeal, the 2020 Air Blade is all set to wow the young buyers, especially those looking for an AT bike that offers reliable driving dynamics, maximum comfort, and cool tech features. Also, the Air Blade series is not related to the brand's Fireblade series models like the CBR900RR and CBR400RR. As the later models are for thundering the race tracks, the former is more suited for young urban riders. Here is a detailed look at Honda's latest creation. 

Honda Air Blade Design

The all-new Honda Air Blade makes a strong first impression and will instantly raise a few eyebrows. As mentioned, it showcases an aggressive styling paired with a sporty stance. If anything, the scooter reflects the same length as the Honda Click 150i and is slightly shorter than the Honda PCX 150. Its specs sheet tells us it measures 1919 mm in length, 679 mm in width, and 1062 mm in height. With a total curb weight of 113 kg, it is a bit heavy but delivers a stong road present. The ground clearance and wheelbase is 139 mm and 1313 mm, respectively.

Talking about its design language, the Air Blade is as sharp and sleek as its name. At the front, it benefits from rectangular LED dual headlights that provide ample light making the night rides safe and secure. Also, the shape of the headlamps is different from what we usually see in models, and it resembles a car's lighting unit. The turn signals are placed above the twin headlights, giving the Air Blade a distinctive look. At the rear, it features LED taillamps that are again coupled with twin turn indicators. The power generated by the engine is sent to stylish 14-inch alloy wheels, while the exhaust a sports bike like design. The bike is offered in new eye-catching colours like Matte Galaxy Black Metallic, Candy Carridean Blue Sea, and Candy Rose Red.  

Amazing tech features greet the rider like a new fully digital meter panel, Honda's smart key system with keyless ignition, multi-function key shutter, and integrated buttons for fuel tank lid and under-seat storage. The new Air Blade also comes with the Idling Stop System that limits unnecessary fuel consumption, especially in high traffic situations. Under the seat storage of 22.7-litre is big enough to fit two helmets. 

Air Blade Ride & Handling

Telescopic front forks and twin rear shock suspension make up the new Air Blade's suspension setup. Together they work towards providing a comfortable ride and easy maneuverability. The scooter only weighs 113 kg, which aids in agility in a big way. The slim profile and 1313 mm wheelbase only adds to its super ride and handling factor. The ground clearance of 139 mm, at times, is a matter worry as there is a fear of scraping the bottom at rough terrain. The 773 mm seat height makes it apt for riders of all heights. The handlebars are low but won't cause any discomfort to the rider.

Honda Air Blade Engine & Fuel Consumption

Powering the 2020 Honda Air Blade is a 150cc liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC single-cylinder engine making a maximum power of 13 hp at 8500 rpm and peak torque of 13.3 Nm at 5000 rpm. In terms of refinement and reliability, the Air Blade secures full marks. And so does the V-Belt automatic transmission. The 5th-gen Air Blade is also available in 125cc mill option that puts out 11.3 hp and 11.68 Nm of torque. The engines come equipped with Intelligent Low Friction that controls vibration and fiction during acceleration and thus resulting is smooth ride quality. The Alternating Current Generator (ACG) Starter makes starting & re-starting process efficient, and it works well with the idling stop system. Further, the bikes combustion chamber has been updated for better riding experience. Moreover, the PGM-Fi uses the Engine Control Unit to level up the fuel injection, fuel efficiency, engine performance, and provide cleaner exhaustion. 

The Honda Air Blade 150 returns up to 47 kmpl of milage and with a full tank the scooter can go up to 200 km. 


Air Blade Braking & Safety

The Honda Air Blade comes with Anti-Lock Braking System, which makes it a rear combination of technology and safety at its best. Other safety features included in the bike are - side stand switch, engine check warning, park brake lock, and pass switch. 

Honda Air Blade Verdict

When you consider all the things this scooter offers - reliable driving performance, affordability, advanced tech, and safety features, it is hard to believe that such a great option exists. It is a good pick for riders looking for 'the cutting edge' feel in their everyday commuter. 

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    Yusuf Sep 07, 2020 for Honda Air Blade

    The bike looks astonishing with its advanced and fashionable LED dual headlamps, on which turn signals are placed. The stylish big sized alloy wheel has complemented the overall look of the bike with total perfection which I simply admire. The LED tail lamps at the rear end of the bike are equally stunning. Seats are of big size and you Read More

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    Muzakir Sep 04, 2020 for Honda Air Blade

    Honestly, I was pretty much attracted by the cutting-edge design of the vehicle before the equipment. The Air Blade is a perfect, daily commuting two-wheeler and youngsters would love it. The equipment list is more than impressive with keyless start, digital gauge, power socket and an UBox for extra storage. The 150cc motor outputs a decent 13bhp and 13Nm which Read More

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    Jack Sep 07, 2018 for Honda Air Blade

    Each day going to college on public transport was becoming very tiring. Also, it took a lot of time and I had no time to study. After the first year, my parents decided to purchase me a bike. But, they were really concerned about safety and other issues. They wanted to make sure the bike provided with great performance and Read More

Honda Air Blade FAQ

What are the Safety Features Available in Honda Air Blade?

The safety features available in Honda Air Blade Below:

Feature Value
Pass Switch Yes
Leg Guards No
Shutter Lock Yes
Back Rest No
Engine Immobilizer No
Anti-Theft Alarm No
Stability Control No
Central Locking No
Traction Control No
Advanced Safety Features Combined Braking System
Wheel Lock Front/back No
Launch Control No
Engine Check Warning Yes
Riding Modes Street
Is Honda Air Blade available in Electric?

No, Honda Air Blade doesn't comes with Electric Option. Electric Fuel Type is also available in Below:

What are the top variants of Honda Air Blade?

The top spec variant for Honda Air Blade is Standard at .Honda Air Blade Variants:

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