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01 Sep 2020
The new underbone Honda Winner X is being sold at dealers for 37.7 – 43.99 million VND.
After over a week since launch, the new Honda Winner X has arrived at dealers and become available in all versions including matte black, sporty and camo. The Sports version is being sold by a HEAD on Xo Viet Nghe Tinh street (Binh Thanh district, Ho Chi Minh City) for 37.7 million VND.
In general, the new generation of Winner X retains its distinctive sporty design with a wide body and high rear. The change for this generation lies in the new stamp set, and the color scheme of the plastic panels has also been slightly adjusted.
The new Black/Blue Sports edition bears little change in the color of the outer cladding; its head retains the use of the same blue panel as the previous generation. Honda further protrudes turning signals for the new Winner X, which became one of the more controversial details since the bike was launched.
Before Winner X was announced, Vietnamese consumers expected Honda to have valuable upgrades for this underbone model such as 2-channel ABS, Upside-Down shock absorbers… Contrary to expectations, Honda Winner X continues to use telescopic front shock absorber while ABS remains single channel for the front wheel.
The stamp on both sides is redesigned to be more angular and sportier. On the old version, the bib was decorated with matte black stamp looks quite monotonous. The rear also uses a new set of stamps with the words “Winner X” in white, the bottom also has an additional number 150, representing the 150cc engine block that Honda Winner X is equipped with.
The upgraded Honda Winner X employs a 150cc engine that can produce 15.4HP at 9,000 RPM and a maximum torque of 13.5 Nm at 6,500 RPM. The power is transmitted to the rear wheels through a 6-speed gearbox.
The exhaust pipe on the Sports and Camo version is inherited from previous editions, but the Camo is slightly changed with the section along the exhaust and the exhaust hole is covered in matte black instead of silver.
The current selling price of new-gen Winner X is 6 to 8.3 million VND lower than the proposed price of Honda Vietnam. The version with the lowest selling price at dealers is the Sports version (37.7 million VND), the racing version is most expensive (43.99 million VND). Actual prices of Honda Winner X are approximately 10 million VND cheaper than its rival Yamaha Exciter 150 (listed at 47-49 million VND). In fact, Yamaha’s 150cc underbone is often sold by dealers at a price higher by 1-3 million depending on the variation.
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