Showing posts with label motor vehicle. Show all posts
Showing posts with label motor vehicle. Show all posts

Thursday, September 22, 2016

BIkes and Girls At The Honda CBR150 Philippine Launch

10:06:00 PM

Last September 11 Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI) made the entire press and media jaw their drops as they unveil their newest Honda Gen S sports motorcycle model which is the all-new Honda CBR150R.

HPI is giving the local market the change to experience the speed and power of its latest racing machine, to meet the demand of Filipino riders for a high-quality sports bike.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Get Futurized With The New Honda CLICK 125i

5:11:00 AM

If you’re one of the motorcycle enthusiasts, collector, rider or just plain and simply user then you’re in for something new from Honda. Yes, Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI) officially announced and introduced to the public their latest futuristic scooter the New Honda Click 125i and according to them this baby is dubbed as the “future of scooters”. So get ready to get futurized with the New Honda Click 125i.

Continuously, Honda Scooter always revolutionize its unique concepts from the Zoomer-X, which is the 1st scooter, up to Honda Click 125i, which is another Philippines’ 1st scooter of its kind. This is just amazing for all scooter enthusiasts and lovers.

Friday, June 29, 2012

Tiger Leaf Spring, Best Value for Money

8:32:00 AM

Engineered to deliver maximum strength and durability, RAIPMC's OEM-quality Tiger leaf springs offer the best value for money

Press Release
MANILA, Philippines—XX March 2012—Out with the old, in with the new—at least when it comes to replacement auto parts.

That's the expert advice given by Michael Gonzalez, General Manager of Roberts Automotive and Industrial Parts Manufacturing Corporation (RAIPMC). Recognizing the tendency of car owners to opt for surplus items whenever a part needs replacing, he is quick to caution that “cheap and used” do not often deliver the same bottomline value as “brand new.”

"The savings that one supposedly makes by buying surplus products may all be illusory," Gonzalez asserts. "There is nothing practical about a second-hand auto part of unknown origin, with no warranty, and with no indication of how much is left of the product life cycle."

To help steer car owners into making genuinely value-driven decisions, Roberts AIPMC is thus working continuously to supply a diverse range of high-quality and cost-effective automotive products. This includes the company's Tiger leaf springs brand, which was launched in 1994 and has since been established as the only locally manufactured leaf spring trusted by original equipment manufacturers (OEM) like Mitsubishi Motors Philippines, Toyota Motors, Isuzu Philippines Corporation, Columbian Motors, Nissan/Universal Motors Corporation (manufacturer and distributor of Nissan light utility vehicles), and Pilipinas Hino.

But Tiger isn't just for the big industry names, Gonzalez points out. It's also for individual vehicle owners who may sometimes express reluctance at spending a little extra on a brand new replacement part, but won't hesitate to seize every opportunity to get the best possible value for their money.

Tiger represents one such opportunity. Unlike surplus or substandard leaf springs (or molye in Tagalog)—which may sag, break, or crack under heavy duty and extreme driving conditions—Tiger leaf springs are engineered to deliver maximum strength and durability, while helping spread passenger or cargo load more widely and effectively over the vehicle's chassis. All this, then, contributes to enhanced steering stability, better handling, and improved passenger comfort.

According to Gonzalez, the immediate positive impact that a new Tiger leaf spring assembly makes on a vehicle's suspension system is what sets the brand apart from the competition. He adds, "Our company always strives to meet international manufacturing standards, and it's good to know that our efforts translate directly into a better, smoother road experience for our clients."

RAIPMC's product catalog for Tiger includes conventional and parabolic types, and covers all kinds of automotive applications—for cars, buses, shuttles, jeepneys, tricycles, cargo trucks, tankers, mixers, delivery vans, pickups, utility vehicles, and more. By following an ISO 9001:2008-certified quality management system, and by subjecting each Tiger to a series of extensive load, hardness, and durability tests, the company is consistently able to develop OEM-quality leaf springs at a rate of approximately 600 tons per month.

Of course, at RAIPMC's 1,300-sqm. manufacturing plant in Cabuyao Laguna, quality tops quantity at all times. It is this example that Gonzales hopes more car owners will soon follow. "When it comes to leaf springs, or some other priority component of the car," he says, "don't go for what's cheaper. Go for what's better." For more details about Roberts Automotive and Industrial Parts Manufacturing Corp. (RAIPMC), visit

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

About Kia Rio

6:09:00 AM
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kia Rio for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Road trip has always been fun. The fun starts once the trip move on. It's not where you're going but its the road you're passing through that makes the journey fun and exiting. You'll never know what you;ll see along the way. It;s thrilling and mysterious.

Kia Rio is in tone with that adventure. Driving down the road of mysterious paths, giving us the excitement and the feeling of the blood rush.

Of course who would want to have a long drive witout something to enjoy along the way. It's like having a popcorn while watching a great movie. Kia Rio provides the following features that Im sure drivers and passengers would really enjoy.

What I like about this Kia Rio is their UVO Technology that enables the driver to do some things with their display or commanding their music application and activating it with thir voice. It avoids the possibility of endangering the driver and the passengers. Also the Bluetooth and the USB Jack are two of something that brings out the best of UVO technology.

I think the Rodeo Drive is the most challenging. I don't know much of the place but having shopping destinations makes it harder to look around.   Aside from this one there are also other challenges like the Graffiti Park Merry-Go-Round which is a historical landmark in LA that has been running since 1937 and is a place where Walt Disney brought his children before building Disneyland, the Amoeba Records which is one of the most popular historic music stoes in Los Angeles, the Pink's Hot Dog which is an LA favorite serving hot dogs name after Hollywood celebrities, and the Roosevelt Hotel which is a smack dab in the middle of Hollywood Blvd.

To know more about Kia Rio I encourage people, readers and friends to watch the video and see for yourself plus read the details at Rio Explorer Page.

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