Honda wave series


Honda Wave series - Wikipedia

The Honda Wave – also marketed as the Honda NF series (codename), Honda Innova in Europe, and Honda Supra X in Indonesia – are a series of motorcycles manufactured by Honda that debuted in 1995 with an underbone design, having separate cosmetic plastic body panels over a structural steel tube chassis. The Wave series succeeds the Super Cub which used pressed steel frame acting as both the structural chassis and cosmetic bodywork.

The Wave is available with three displacements - 100 cc, 110 cc and 125 cc. The 100 and 110 cc models' engine is physically similar size to the Cub engine, sharing mountings, while the 125 cc models use a larger engine, incompatible with the Cub and 100/110 mountings. In addition to the three models that use carburetors, Honda also produces the fuel-injected model starting in 2008 for 110 cc and 125 cc models. The 100 cc model was discontinued in 2008.

In 2006, the Wave received a facelift. In addition, the 125 cc model includes a key slot cover for better protection against theft. Starting from 2007, the Innova 125 in Europe began using fuel injection system to replace the carburetors used by most of the Wave series.

In Indonesia, the 110 cc model is marketed as the Honda Revo, and unlike the original Wave 110, it was not offered in the market until 2008, when it replaced the previous 100 cc model, known as Supra Fit.

Features of Honda Wave series[edit]

  • Fuel injection (Wave 110i and Wave 125i only). In Indonesia, fuel injection models is known as Revo FI and Supra X 125 FI, respectively.
  • Front disc brake (standard for 125 and 110, optional for 100)
  • Roller-bearing rocker arms to reduce friction at the rocker arms (125 cc model only)
  • Heavy-duty ceramic coated piston (125 cc model only)
  • Digital odometer and fuel tank (standard for certain pre 2013 125 cc models)
  • Gear shift indicator
  • Under-seat storage compartment (known as U-box by Honda)
  • Mounting points for front basket

Design rights issues[edit]

The Wave's simple design has been copied by manufacturers in China and elsewhere, to the point of parts interchangeability with the Wave. The Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, in response to a complaint filed by Honda, has conducted raids against several establishments selling clones of Honda motorcycles.[1][2]

Gallery[edit]

A facelifted Honda Wave 100 in the Philippines. 

Honda Wave in Egypt. 

2014 Honda Supra X 125 FI in Indonesia. 

2016 Honda Supra X 125 FI at the 2016 Jakarta Fair, Indonesia. 

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Honda Wave at Wikimedia Commons

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The Honda Wave – also marketed as the Honda NF series (codename), Honda Innova in Europe, and Honda Supra X in Indonesia – are a series of motorcycles manufactured by Honda that debuted in 1995 with an underbone design, having separate cosmetic plastic body panels over a structural steel tube chassis. The Wave series succeeds the Super Cub which used pressed steel frame acting as both the structural chassis and cosmetic bodywork.

The Wave is available with three displacements - 100 cc, 110 cc and 125 cc. The 100 and 110 cc models' engine is physically similar size to the Cub engine, sharing mountings, while the 125 cc models use a larger engine, incompatible with the Cub and 100/110 mountings. In addition to the three models that use carburetors, Honda also produces the fuel-injected model starting in 2008 for 110 cc and 125 cc models. The 100 cc model was discontinued in 2008.

In 2006, the Wave received a facelift. In addition, the 125 cc model includes a key slot cover for better protection against theft. Starting from 2007, the Innova 125 in Europe began using fuel injection system to replace the carburetors used by most of the Wave series.

In Indonesia, the 110 cc model is marketed as the Honda Revo, and unlike the original Wave 110, it was not offered in the market until 2008, when it replaced the previous 100 cc model, known as Supra Fit.

Features of Honda Wave series

  • Fuel injection (Wave 110i and Wave 125i only). In Indonesia, fuel injection models is known as Revo FI and Supra X 125 FI, respectively.
  • Front disc brake (standard for 125 and 110, optional for 100)
  • Roller-bearing rocker arms to reduce friction at the rocker arms (125 cc model only)
  • Heavy-duty ceramic coated piston (125 cc model only)
  • Digital odometer and fuel tank (standard for certain pre 2013 125 cc models)
  • Gear shift indicator
  • Under-seat storage compartment (known as U-box by Honda)
  • Mounting points for front basket

Design rights issues

The Wave's simple design has been copied by manufacturers in China and elsewhere, to the point of parts interchangeability with the Wave. The Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, in response to a complaint filed by Honda, has conducted raids against several establishments selling clones of Honda motorcycles.[1][2]

Gallery

A facelifted Honda Wave 100 in the Philippines. 

Honda Wave in Egypt. 

2014 Honda Supra X 125 FI in Indonesia. 

See also

References

External links

Media related to Honda Wave at Wikimedia Commons

This page was last edited on 22 October 2017, at 03:52.

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Honda Wave series - Wikipedia

The Honda Wave – also marketed as the Honda NF series (codename), Honda Innova in Europe, and Honda Supra X in Indonesia – are a series of motorcycles manufactured by Honda that debuted in 1995 with an underbone design, having separate cosmetic plastic body panels over a structural steel tube chassis. The Wave series succeeds the Super Cub which used pressed steel frame acting as both the structural chassis and cosmetic bodywork.

The Wave is available with three displacements - 100 cc, 110 cc and 125 cc. The 100 and 110 cc models' engine is physically similar size to the Cub engine, sharing mountings, while the 125 cc models use a larger engine, incompatible with the Cub and 100/110 mountings. In addition to the three models that use carburetors, Honda also produces the fuel-injected model starting in 2008 for 110 cc and 125 cc models. The 100 cc model was discontinued in 2008.

In 2006, the Wave received a facelift. In addition, the 125 cc model includes a key slot cover for better protection against theft. Starting from 2007, the Innova 125 in Europe began using fuel injection system to replace the carburetors used by most of the Wave series.

In Indonesia, the 110 cc model is marketed as the Honda Revo, and unlike the original Wave 110, it was not offered in the market until 2008, when it replaced the previous 100 cc model, known as Supra Fit.

Features of Honda Wave series[edit]

  • Fuel injection (Wave 110i and Wave 125i only). In Indonesia, fuel injection models is known as Revo FI and Supra X 125 FI, respectively.
  • Front disc brake (standard for 125 and 110, optional for 100)
  • Roller-bearing rocker arms to reduce friction at the rocker arms (125 cc model only)
  • Heavy-duty ceramic coated piston (125 cc model only)
  • Digital odometer and fuel tank (standard for certain pre 2013 125 cc models)
  • Gear shift indicator
  • Under-seat storage compartment (known as U-box by Honda)
  • Mounting points for front basket

Design rights issues[edit]

The Wave's simple design has been copied by manufacturers in China and elsewhere, to the point of parts interchangeability with the Wave. The Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, in response to a complaint filed by Honda, has conducted raids against several establishments selling clones of Honda motorcycles.[1][2]

Gallery[edit]

A facelifted Honda Wave 100 in the Philippines. 

Honda Wave in Egypt. 

2014 Honda Supra X 125 FI in Indonesia. 

2016 Honda Supra X 125 FI at the 2016 Jakarta Fair, Indonesia. 

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Honda Wave at Wikimedia Commons

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The Honda Wave – also marketed as the Honda NF series (codename), Honda Innova in Europe, and Honda Supra X in Indonesia – are a series of motorcycles manufactured by Honda that debuted in 1995 with an underbone design, having separate cosmetic plastic body panels over a structural steel tube chassis. The Wave series succeeds the Super Cub which used pressed steel frame acting as both the structural chassis and cosmetic bodywork.

The Wave is available with three displacements - 100 cc, 110 cc and 125 cc. The 100 and 110 cc models' engine is physically similar size to the Cub engine, sharing mountings, while the 125 cc models use a larger engine, incompatible with the Cub and 100/110 mountings. In addition to the three models that use carburetors, Honda also produces the fuel-injected model starting in 2008 for 110 cc and 125 cc models. The 100 cc model was discontinued in 2008.

In 2006, the Wave received a facelift. In addition, the 125 cc model includes a key slot cover for better protection against theft. Starting from 2007, the Innova 125 in Europe began using fuel injection system to replace the carburetors used by most of the Wave series.

In Indonesia, the 110 cc model is marketed as the Honda Revo, and unlike the original Wave 110, it was not offered in the market until 2008, when it replaced the previous 100 cc model, known as Supra Fit.

Features of Honda Wave series[edit]

  • Fuel injection (Wave 110i and Wave 125i only). In Indonesia, fuel injection models is known as Revo FI and Supra X 125 FI, respectively.
  • Front disc brake (standard for 125 and 110, optional for 100)
  • Roller-bearing rocker arms to reduce friction at the rocker arms (125 cc model only)
  • Heavy-duty ceramic coated piston (125 cc model only)
  • Digital odometer and fuel tank (standard for certain pre 2013 125 cc models)
  • Gear shift indicator
  • Under-seat storage compartment (known as U-box by Honda)
  • Mounting points for front basket

Design rights issues[edit]

The Wave's simple design has been copied by manufacturers in China and elsewhere, to the point of parts interchangeability with the Wave. The Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, in response to a complaint filed by Honda, has conducted raids against several establishments selling clones of Honda motorcycles.[1][2]

Gallery[edit]

A facelifted Honda Wave 100 in the Philippines. 

Honda Wave in Egypt. 

2014 Honda Supra X 125 FI in Indonesia. 

2016 Honda Supra X 125 FI at the 2016 Jakarta Fair, Indonesia. 

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Honda Wave at Wikimedia Commons

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Honda Wave series - Wikipedia

The Honda Wave – also marketed as the Honda NF series (codename), Honda Innova in Europe, and Honda Supra X in Indonesia – are a series of motorcycles manufactured by Honda that debuted in 1995 with an underbone design, having separate cosmetic plastic body panels over a structural steel tube chassis. The Wave series succeeds the Super Cub which used pressed steel frame acting as both the structural chassis and cosmetic bodywork.

The Wave is available with three displacements - 100 cc, 110 cc and 125 cc. The 100 and 110 cc models' engine is physically similar size to the Cub engine, sharing mountings, while the 125 cc models use a larger engine, incompatible with the Cub and 100/110 mountings. In addition to the three models that use carburetors, Honda also produces the fuel-injected model starting in 2008 for 110 cc and 125 cc models. The 100 cc model was discontinued in 2008.

In 2006, the Wave received a facelift. In addition, the 125 cc model includes a key slot cover for better protection against theft. Starting from 2007, the Innova 125 in Europe began using fuel injection system to replace the carburetors used by most of the Wave series.

In Indonesia, the 110 cc model is marketed as the Honda Revo, and unlike the original Wave 110, it was not offered in the market until 2008, when it replaced the previous 100 cc model, known as Supra Fit.

Features of Honda Wave series[edit]

  • Fuel injection (Wave 110i and Wave 125i only). In Indonesia, fuel injection models is known as Revo FI and Supra X 125 FI, respectively.
  • Front disc brake (standard for 125 and 110, optional for 100)
  • Roller-bearing rocker arms to reduce friction at the rocker arms (125 cc model only)
  • Heavy-duty ceramic coated piston (125 cc model only)
  • Digital odometer and fuel tank (standard for certain pre 2013 125 cc models)
  • Gear shift indicator
  • Under-seat storage compartment (known as U-box by Honda)
  • Mounting points for front basket

Design rights issues[edit]

The Wave's simple design has been copied by manufacturers in China and elsewhere, to the point of parts interchangeability with the Wave. The Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, in response to a complaint filed by Honda, has conducted raids against several establishments selling clones of Honda motorcycles.[1][2]

Gallery[edit]

A facelifted Honda Wave 100 in the Philippines. 

Honda Wave in Egypt. 

2014 Honda Supra X 125 FI in Indonesia. 

2016 Honda Supra X 125 FI at the 2016 Jakarta Fair, Indonesia. 

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Honda Wave at Wikimedia Commons

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Honda wave series - Gpedia, Your Encyclopedia

The Honda Wave – also marketed as the Honda NF series (codename), Honda Innova in Europe, and Honda Supra X in Indonesia – are a series of motorcycles manufactured by Honda that debuted in 1995 with an underbone design, having separate cosmetic plastic body panels over a structural steel tube chassis. The Wave series succeeds the Super Cub which used pressed steel frame acting as both the structural chassis and cosmetic bodywork.

The Wave is available with three displacements - 100 cc, 110 cc and 125 cc. The 100 and 110 cc models' engine is physically similar size to the Cub engine, sharing mountings, while the 125 cc models use a larger engine, incompatible with the Cub and 100/110 mountings. In addition to the three models that use carburetors, Honda also produces the fuel-injected model starting in 2008 for 110 cc and 125 cc models. The 100 cc model was discontinued in 2008.

In 2006, the Wave received a facelift. In addition, the 125 cc model includes a key slot cover for better protection against theft. Starting from 2007, the Innova 125 in Europe began using fuel injection system to replace the carburetors used by most of the Wave series.

In Indonesia, the 110 cc model is marketed as the Honda Revo, and unlike the original Wave 110, it was not offered in the market until 2008, when it replaced the previous 100 cc model, known as Supra Fit.

Features of Honda Wave series

  • Fuel injection (Wave 110i and Wave 125i only). In Indonesia, fuel injection models is known as Revo FI and Supra X 125 FI, respectively.
  • Front disc brake (standard for 125 and 110, optional for 100)
  • Roller-bearing rocker arms to reduce friction at the rocker arms (125 cc model only)
  • Heavy-duty ceramic coated piston (125 cc model only)
  • Digital odometer and fuel tank (standard for certain pre 2013 125 cc models)
  • Gear shift indicator
  • Under-seat storage compartment (known as U-box by Honda)
  • Mounting points for front basket

Design rights issues

The Wave's simple design has been copied by manufacturers in China and elsewhere, to the point of parts interchangeability with the Wave. The Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, in response to a complaint filed by Honda, has conducted raids against several establishments selling clones of Honda motorcycles.[1][2]

Gallery

A facelifted Honda Wave 100 in the Philippines. 

Honda Wave in Egypt. 

2014 Honda Supra X 125 FI in Indonesia. 

2016 Honda Supra X 125 FI at the 2016 Jakarta Fair, Indonesia. 

See also

References

External links

Media related to Honda Wave at Wikimedia Commons

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Honda Wave series

The Honda Wave — also marketed as the Honda NF Series, Honda Innova in Europe, and Honda Supra X in Indonesia — are a series of motorcycles manufactured by Honda that debuted in 1995 with an underbone design, having separate cosmetic plastic body panels over a structural steel tube chassis The Wave series succeeds the Honda Cub which used pressed steel frame acting as both the structural chassis and cosmetic bodywork

The Wave is available with three displacements - 100 cc, 110 cc and 125 cc The 100 and 110 cc models' engine is physically similar size to the Cub engine, sharing mountings, while the 125cc models use a larger engine, incompatible with the Cub and 100/110 mountings In addition to the three models that use carburetors, Honda also produces the fuel-injected model starting in 2008 for 110 cc and 125 cc models The 100 cc model was discontinued in 2008

In 2006, the Honda Wave received a facelift In addition, the 125 cc model includes a key slot cover for better protection against theft Starting from 2007, the Honda Innova 125 in Europe began using fuel injection system to replace the carburetors used by most of the Honda Wave series

In Indonesia, the 110 cc model is marketed as the Honda Revo, and unlike the original Wave 110, it was not offered in the market until 2008, when it replaced the previous 100 cc model, known as Supra Fit

Contents

  • 1 Features of Honda Wave series
  • 2 Design rights issues
  • 3 Gallery
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Features of Honda Wave seriesedit

  • Fuel injection Wave 110i and Wave 125i only In Indonesia, fuel injection models is known as Revo FI and Supra X 125 FI, respectively
  • Front disc brake standard for 125 and 110, optional for 100
  • Roller-bearing rocker arms to reduce friction at the rocker arms 125 cc model only
  • Heavy-duty ceramic coated piston 125 cc model only
  • Digital odometer and fuel tank standard for certain pre 2013 125 cc models
  • Gear shift indicator
  • Under-seat storage compartment known as U-box by Honda
  • Mounting points for front basket

Design rights issuesedit

The Wave's simple design has been copied by manufacturers in China and elsewhere, to the point of parts interchangeability with the Wave The Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, in response to a complaint filed by Honda, has conducted raids against several establishments selling clones of Honda motorcycles12

Galleryedit

A facelifted Honda Wave 100 in the Philippines 
2014 Honda Supra X 125 FI in Indonesia 
2016 Honda Supra X 125 FI at the 2016 Jakarta Fair, Indonesia 

See alsoedit

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Manila Standard - 108 fake Honda motorcycles seized
  2. ^ NBI seizes P85-million fake Honda motorcycles, parts Archived February 8, 2009, at the Wayback Machine

External linksedit

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