News 16 Oct 2012

Honda Motorcycles launches Online Merchandise Store

Honda is bringing convenience and speed to customers with the launch of an Online Merchandise Store.

Honda has launched an Online Merchandise Store in Australia.

Honda is bringing convenience and speed to customers with the launch of an Online Merchandise Store that will allow people to purchase Honda Motorcycle merchandise from the comfort of their own home.

Understanding the growing demand for flexibility by the modern day consumer, Honda is excited to be able to offer their entire range of merchandise and the convenience of home delivery or, to save on shipping costs, there is an option to pick up from a Honda Dealership.

Visit to browse the site and to start shopping.

Honda will offer the entire range of merchandise including protective riding gear, the Repsol Honda range, the new MX Collection, the Team Honda Racing range, kids merchandise as well as headwear, luggage, gifts and more.

Victor Colcott, general manager of the Customer Service Division knows that the online merchandise store was a vital step forward for Honda in responding to customer needs.

“We have looked at extensive research and found that customers are demanding a service like this,” Colcott said. “A huge percentage of online purchases are made between 7pm and 2am and Honda needs to offer a service for this period.

“Honda will be offering the full range of merchandise on the site giving customers maximum choice. The option to either have purchases delivered or collected from a Honda Dealership allows the customer to still interact with their local dealer if they choose.”

Recent research has shown that 74 percent of consumers purchase online for convenience, other significant factors included competitive price and availability of products and services.

These elements were all carefully considered during the development stage of the new Honda Online Merchandise Store.

See the new Honda Online Merchandise Store online now and get your Repsol Honda Gear in time for the MotoGP later this month at