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Yamaha YZF R15 vs Honda CBR 150R

Compare Specifications of YZF R15 and CBR 150R

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Yamaha YZF R15
Yamaha YZF R15

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Honda CBR 150R
Honda CBR 150R

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Technical Specifications
Engince Displacement 149.80 cc 149.40 cc
Engine Type Liquid cooled, 4 stroke, SOHC engine, 4-valve Liquid cooled, 4 stroke SI DOHC
Engine Starting Electric start Electric start
Maximum Power 17 PS/ 8500 rpm 13.1 KW @ 10500 rpm
Maximum Torque 15 N.m/ 7500 rpm 12.66 Nm @ 8500 rpm
Transmission 6-speed 6-speed Manual
Gear Shift Pattern 1 Down 5 Up 1 Down 5 Up
Top Speed 145 kmph 130 kmph
Ground Clearance 160 mm 190 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 12 litres 13 litres
Mileage
Highway Mileage 45 kmpl 38 kmpl
City Mileage 40 kmpl 32 kmpl
Overall Mileage 43 kmpl 35 kmpl
Tyres
Front 90/80-17 100/80-17
Rear 130/70-R17 130/70-17
Wheelbase 1345 mm 1305 mm
Brakes
Front Hydraulic 276 mm
Rear Single disc 220 mm
Suspension
Front Telescopic Telescopic fork
Rear Linked type monocross Mono suspension
Colors Available
Colors Racing Blue, Midnight Black, Sunset Red. Vibrant Orange, Black and Candy Plam Green, Black and Pearl Sunbeam White, Sports Red.


Physical Specs
Width 670 mm 825 mm
Height 1,070 mm 1,120 mm
Length 1,970 mm 2,000 mm
Weight 136 kg 138 kg

Overview
About -- The mini CBR from Honda. Mated with DOHC engine, the CBR 150R stands to be the right rival or Read More
Special Features Powerful 150cc liquid cooled engine.
Light weight aluminum radiator.
Stable performance on long distance.
Engine surrounded by water jacket.
Powerful 125cc engine.
Dual disc brake offers ample power.
Advanced PGM-Fi technology, increases efficiency.

Wide tubeless tyres gives enhanced handling and excellent grip.
Storage space under seat.
Crystal clear head light.
Advanced liquid cooling system.
Hosted with racing strips.
Sporty full covering.



Pros and Cons
Pros Liquid cooled engine does not need heat dissipating fins. DOHC engine
Powerful
Reliable
Great ergonomics
Cons -- No engine kill switch
A bit overpriced

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