Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – PT Astra Honda Motor (AHM) provides clarification regarding the viral eSAF (enhanced Smart Architecture Frame) frame which is easily porous to the point of rusting and breaking. GM Corporate Communication of Astra Honda Motor (AHM) Ahmad Muhibbuddin ensures that every Honda motorcycle that is marketed and purchased by consumers has been tested for quality so that it is safe to use.
“From the manufacturer’s point of view, we would like to convey that AHM’s commitment to the quality of Honda motorbikes produced and marketed in Indonesia cannot be doubted. We are trying to provide the highest quality products in accordance with the quality tests that we carry out. That there are problems that our customers complain about too. try to respond quickly,” said GM Corporate Communication Astra Honda Motor (AHM) Ahmad Muhibbuddin to the media at the Astra Honda Motor Safety Riding Park & Training Center in Cikarang, Bekasi, Wednesday (23/8/2023).
“Second, we want to convey that every new motorcycle product that we send to consumers has gone through a quality test, that is a priority for us. Because quality is indeed the most important, especially for us, so that we can accompany consumers to ride safely and comfortably.” ” he continued.
Ahmad then gave an explanation of the viral videos explaining the rusty undercarriage of the Honda scooter even though it was still in new condition. He said it was not rusty, but a layer of silicate/silicate.
Photo: Honda’s eSAF frame. (Doc. Honda Global)
Honda’s eSAF frame. (Doc. Honda Global)
“Third, there are yellow spots on Honda motorbikes in the market. There are some consumers who find, we would like to say, that these spots are actually not rust, but a layer of silicate which is harmless and does not cause porous,” he explained.
“This layer has the function of coating the results of welding and can also prevent oxidation. This is a normal thing and is not dangerous. Honda motorbike owners need not worry because it is not rust and does not affect comfort and safety, for new motorbikes,” he continued.
Ahmad also appealed to consumers who find problems with the eSAF (enhanced Smart Architecture Frame) frame on Honda motorcycles to immediately bring them to the AHASS network. Honda technicians will immediately carry out an inspection.
“If there are complaints about Honda motorbikes, we advise consumers not to hesitate to visit our AHASS network. We will carry out direct inspections, we will handle them quickly,” he said.
The following is a list of Honda scooters that use the eSAF frame:
- Honda Genio production year from 2019
- Honda BeAT production year from 2020
- Honda BeAT Street production year from 2020
- Honda Scoopy production year from 2020
- Honda Vario 160 production year from 2022
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