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Not only Honda Wave Alpha, the same model of Honda Wave RSX is also not out of the race to reduce prices at dealers this November. Accordingly, the price of Honda Wave RSX is being slightly reduced compared to the company’s proposed selling price.
Specifically, according to a survey at some dealers, the Honda Wave RSX version of the mechanical brake spokes is being sold for 21.5 million VND, nearly 300 thousand VND cheaper than the listed price of the company. Meanwhile, the Honda Wave RSX version of the disc brake spokes and the disc brake rim version are currently sold for 22.5 million and 24.5 million dong respectively in this November.
Thus, it can be seen that the selling price of all 3 versions of Honda Wave RSX is lower than the proposed price by 300 thousand VND. This is not too difficult to understand when the motorcycle market has not been able to recover from the effects of the Covid-19 epidemic. At this price, the Honda Wave RSX is increasing the pressure on other digital models such as Yamaha Sirius or even the same model as the Honda Wave Alpha.
Unlike the minimalist design of the Honda Wave Alpha, the Honda Wave RSX model attracts consumers with its sporty and personality. This model of Honda has embossed ribs and modern and fresh graphics. Honda Wave RSX has detailed dimensions of length x width x height of 1,921 x 709 x 1,081 mm respectively with a seat height of 760 mm.
Honda Wave RSX also meets the maximum needs of users with a series of modern equipment and features such as LED lighting system, clock with sporty design, sturdy handrail at the rear of the car, fork Front telescopic hydraulic shock absorber, rear shock absorber hydraulic shock absorber.
Powering the Honda Wave RSX is a 4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled gasoline engine, combined with a 4-speed manual gearbox. With this engine block, Honda Wave RSX has a maximum capacity of 6.46 kW at 7,500 rpm and fuel consumption of 1.7L/100 km.
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