Honda CB Trigger vs Kawasaki KLX 140G

Compare Specifications of Honda CB Trigger and KLX 140G

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Honda CB Trigger
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Kawasaki KLX 140G
Kawasaki KLX 140G

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Technical Specifications
Engince Displacement 149.10 cc 144.00 cc
Engine Type Air Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, SOHC, air-cooled
Engine Starting Kick start and Self start. --
Ignition -- Digital DC-CDI
Maximum Power 14 HP @ 8500 RPM. --
Maximum Torque 12.5 Nm @ 6500 RPM. --
Transmission 5- speed constant mesh. 5-speed, return shift
Gear Shift Pattern 1 Down- 4 Up --
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Frame -- Tube, semi-double cradle
Ground Clearance 175 mm 31,4.9 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 12 litres 5.6 litres
Mileage
Standard Test Conditions 60 kmpl --
Tyres
Front 80/100-17 M/C 46P 2.75x21
Rear 110/80-17 M/C 57P 4.10x18
Wheelbase 1325 mm 1330.9 mm
Brakes
Front Disc 240mm Dia. Disc
Rear KDisc 220mm Dia (CBS) - Optional. Disc
Suspension
Front Telescopic suspension. 33mm telescopic fork
Rear Monoshock suspension Uni-Trak linkage system and single shock with piggyback reservoir, fully adjustable preload and 22-way rebound damping
Colors Available
Colors Pearl Siena Red, Meteor Green Metallic and Black. Lime Green


Physical Specs
Width 757 mm 78,9.9 mm
Height 1,060 mm 1,13,5.3 mm
Length 2,045 mm 2,004 mm
Weight 137 kg 98.9 kg

Overview
About At last we got the naked beast from Honda, the much anticipated CB Trigger. The machine will be Read More KLX series from Kawasaki is a full fledged off road-dirt bike. KLX 140G is the latest addition Read More
Special Features Powerful 150 cc air-cooled, spark-ignition, 4-stroke engine.
Aggressive front headlight,LED tail light and stylish panel.
Fully digital instrument panel.
Combination of Combi brake System(CBS) and Dual disc.
Masculine tank with 3D emblem on it.
Wider tubless tyres and striking silencer design.
Viscous air filter and maintenance free battery.
Combi Brake System (CBS)
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Pros and Cons
Pros Combi Brake System (CBS) --
Cons No split seat --

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