Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) is planning to reintroduce Honda CBR150R entry-level sportbike in the country. Recently the company has filed for a patent of the motorcycle. According to this, the bike may soon arrive in India and will compete against the rather popular Yamaha R15. The exterior design of CBR150r is inspired by the bigger CBR motorcycles. Which is present in the company’s lineup.
From the outside, The features of CBR150r is a quite sharp and aerodynamic body panel. Honda has launched the updated 2021 CBR150r in Indonesia. It has priced at 40 Million rupiahs (INR 2.10 Lakh).
In the front It gets funky twin-beam LED Headlamps and LED DRLs. Apart from that, other key features of the sports bike include sporty rear-view mirrors, compact windscreen, low-set wide handlebar, sculpted fuel tank, fully digital instrument console, upswept exhausts, and step-up seats. The bike also got a USD front fork in the golden color that adds sporty appeal.
The bike has an Inverted Telescopic suspension at the front and a Swing-arm with a Monoshock system at the rear. Honda CBR150r has dual-channel ABS with 276mm Single Disc brake at the rear. The Beast comes with 17-inch alloy wheels both at the front and rear. The bike will source power from 149cc, Liquid-cooled, Single cylinder engine. This engine is capable of producing 16.09 bhp at 9,000 rpm and 13.7 Nm at 7,000 rpm. The engine will come with a 6-speed gearbox that features a slip and assist clutch. For the emergency, the bike has an additional feature (ESS) Emergency Stop Signal.
The CBR 150R comes with digital instrumentation. The console includes all the bells and whistles, such as a digital speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, odometer, clock, fuel gauge, low battery indicator, rev-limiter indicator, etc.
It comes in a variety of exterior colors, including Victory Black Red, Honda Racing Red, Dominator Matte Black, Candy Scintillate Red, and MotoGP Edition. However, the features and colors may be different for the model made in India.
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Due to the growing popularity of entry-level performance-oriented bikes in the country. The Activa maker is likely to revise the bike for the Indian market.