Honda Cars PH bolsters road safety advocacy with 24 student leaders

Updated Mar 20, 2023 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

The automaker demonstrated the safety benefits of Honda Sensing.

Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) is one of the automakers that continuously roll out efforts to advocate road safety in the country. The latest program was the guided experiential drive featuring the Honda Sensing with the company’s partner, AEISEC in the Philippines (AIESEC).

Honda Cars Philippines with AIESEC

Another batch of students attended HCPI's road safety program

As compared to last year’s attendance of 22, the latest road safety program was attended by 24 student leaders from eight member schools of AISEC on March 11. As mentioned earlier, the program was run with the help of Honda Sensing, which is available on Honda models including the all-new BR-V, Civic, and HR-V.

“It is my pleasure to be with you who are very passionate about creating good change for society. This program is designed to strengthen our consciousness about how our own actions can help reduce road accidents, and how we can influence other road users to also improve their driving habits,” said HCPI President Masahiko Nakamura.

With a mission of reducing car accidents involving Honda cars down to zero by 2050, the Honda Sensing is the brand’s own Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). It provides active and passive driving assist functions on top of standard safety features such as airbags and an anti-lock brake system (ABS).

Honda BR-V front view

Honda BR-V

Locally, the Honda Sensing-equipped models can offer the following functions:

  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Auto High-Beam
  • Collision Mitigation Braking System
  • Lane Keeping and Lane Departure Warning
  • Lead Car Departure Warning
  • Road Departure Mitigation

Honda Sensing comes standard on all variants of the HR-V and Civic, minus the Civic S as it was recently discontinued from the lineup. Meanwhile, only the top-of-the-line Honda BR-V VX benefits from the system.

Honda Civic front view

Honda Civic

Aside from the demonstration of Honda Sensing, HCPI also covered various road safety topics such as having the correct mindset when driving, pre-drive inspection, traffic rules and regulations, and common misconceptions about being on the road.

“AIESEC in the Philippines is sincerely honored to partner with Honda in this road safety program. We appreciate Honda’s efforts on sustainability and this initiative to help us become better road users,” said AIESEC President Sajana Vithanawasam.

The company has been conducting educational campaigns on road safety for the youth since 2004 through its program, Teen Smart.

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Know more about Honda


Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) has a total of 10 passenger cars with no commercial vehicle offerings for the local market.

Starting at Php 658,000 the most affordable Honda model in the Philippines is the Honda Brio, while the CR-V is the most expensive model at Php 2,290,000. The current lineup consists of four body types including crossover/SUV, sedan, hatchback, and MPV. Crossover/SUV includes Honda CR-V and Honda HR-V. As for the sedan models, HCPI offers the Honda City and Honda Civic. Moving to hatchbacks, there's the Honda Brio and Honda City Hatchback. Last but not the least is the Honda BR-V is classed as an MPV. 

At, we provide you with the most up-to-date Honda Cars Philippines price list, along with promotions from all dealers, the best monthly installment program, prepaid, and cash discount on the Philippine market.

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Rex Sanchez

Rex Sanchez


Rex Sanchez grew up in Saudi Arabia where he saw and got into the automotive scene. He started his career for an aviation company in the said region, writing about turbines and rotors which are later distributed for educational purposes. And now, he joined as a staff writer. Currently, he is the youngest on the team and is more than ready to grow in the field.


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