Honda modifies CG 110, echoes commitment to safety measures
HONDA manufacturing Nigeria Limited (HMN), a subsidiary of Honda Motor Co., Ltd has re-launched its CG 110 motorbike with special safety and drive ability, improved mileage and fuel efficiency features.
Speaking yesterday in Ibadan to unveil the product, Managing Director of the of the organisation, Osamu Ishikawa said that the products which was introduced into the Nigerian market in 2013 was improved as part of the commitment of the firm to help users save more money and abide by safety measures.
According to Ishikawa, the motorbike which now has a longer seating space and pillion step bar would enhance transportation in the country, stressing that the bike has passed test riding activities and has been widely accepted by industry stakeholders.
“Honda CG 110 has been put to serial technical test with others and endorsed for its unbeatable mileage, better maintenance cost and engine performance”, he stressed
According to Ishikawa, it is mandatory for the company to adopt global best practice, particularly in the areas of product quality and to align products with local market so that it can meet users specific needs.
While promising that his organisation will continue to partner with stakeholders to meet their challenges, Ishikawa said the durability and engine performance of the motorbike remained unbeatable.
“Market has confirmed that the model is now suitable and acceptable with the latest additional features now making the model very likeable for cyclist in views of business operational requirements, making Honda to confidently choose to re-launch it,” he said.
Ishikawa said that his organisation has been committed to safety measures in the country through training and re-retraining of motorcyclist. He urged government and all stakeholders to intensify effort in ensuring that safety becomes a culture in the country.
He also said that the organisation was making efforts to improve on its product, increase production capacity in country and ensure that necessary skills are being transfer to improve capacity building.
According to Ishikawa, the organisation has also trained local roadside mechanics across the country with necessary skills so as to reduce challenges users may encounter after purchase.
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