Honda CBR 150R launched: Know about specifications and India arrival

The bike sports a Diamond (Truss) Frame. It has Inverted Telescopic suspension at front and Swing Arm with Monoshock system at the rear. CBR 150 has dual-channel ABS with 276 mm single disc at the front and 220 mm single disc brake at the rear. The bike will come with 17-inch alloy wheels both at front and rear. 

Rahul Jaywant Bhise | Jan 21, 2021, 16:30 PM IST
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Honda has recently launched its popular bike CBR 150R in Indonesian market. The bike has received cosmetic updates along with newer equipment. The bike takes a lot of its styling cues from CBR250RR. 

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The bike sports a Diamond (Truss) Frame. It has Inverted Telescopic suspension at front and Swing Arm with Monoshock system at the rear. 

CBR 150 has dual-channel ABS with 276 mm single disc at the front and 220 mm single disc brake at the rear. The bike will come with 17-inch alloy wheels both at front and rear. 

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The bike comes equipped with LEDs at the rear. The bike has 149cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine which produces 17.1 HP@ 9000rpm and a healthy peak torque of 14.4 Nm @ 7000rpm. The bike has Honda's PGM- Fuel Injection and eSP technology. 

The bike comes with a 6-speed sequential gearbox. The engine is a BS6 compliant one and has 4 valves and DOHC.

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Honda CBR 150R will sport a double beam for its headlamp. The bike uses LED set up along with Day Time Running Lamps. 

The entire set up gives the bike an aggressive stance and an attractive look.

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CBR 150R comes with a digital instrument console. The console comes with all important bells and whistles such as digital speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, odometer, clock, fuel gauge, low battery indicator, rev-limiter indicator. 

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Honda CBR 150R has been locking its horns with Yamaha's YZF-R15 since its launch. The scenario won't be different on its launch. 

The bike has been launched in Indonesia for 35.9 million Rupiah to 40.8 million Rupiah (Rs. 1.86 lakh to Rs. 2.12 lakh)

The CBR 150R was launched in India in 2012 and continued to sell till 2017. Honda has not confirmed about the launch of CBR 150R in India yet but there's a possibility that we can expect the bike on Indian streets in coming time.

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