Honda CB150R StreetFire vs TVS Apache RTR 160 4V Special Edition

Compare Specifications of Honda CB150R StreetFire and Apache RTR 160 4V Special Edition

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Honda CB150R StreetFire
Honda CB150R StreetFire

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TVS Apache RTR 160 4V Special Edition
TVS Apache RTR 160 4V Special Edition

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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 149.48 cc 159.70 cc
Engine 4-Step, DOHC, 4-Valve, Single Cylinder --
Engine Starting Pedal & Electrical Electric
Clutch Multiple Wet Clutch Coil Spring --
Fuel System PGM-FI Fuel Injection
Cooling System Liquid Cooled with Auto Fan Oil Cooled
Maximum Power 16.9 bhp @ 9000 rpm --
Maximum Torque 13.8 Nm @ 7000 rpm --
Transmission 6-Speed --
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6 --
Drivetrain -- Chain drive
Top Speed 125 kmph --
Riding Modes -- 3 Ride modes - Urban, Sport, and Rain,
Display -- Digital display
Frame Diamond (Truss) Frame --
Headlamp -- DRL
Mileage
Highway Mileage 50 kmpl --
City Mileage 45 kmpl --
Tyres
Front 80/90 - 17M / C 44P (tubeless) Radial tyre
Rear 100/80 - 17M / C 52P (tubeless) Radial tyre
Wheel / RIM -- Red alloy wheels
Brakes
Front Hydraulic disc, with double piston Disc
Rear Hydraulic disc, with Single Piston Disc
Suspension
Front Telescopic Telescopic fork
Rear Swing Arm with Suspension Single (Pro-Link Suspension System) Monoshock
Colors Available
Colors Red, Black, White, Orange. Matte Black


Physical Specs
Length 2008 mm --
Width 719 mm --
Height 1061 mm --
Weight 129 kg --
Wheelbase 1288 mm --
Ground Clearance 148 mm --
Fuel Tank Capacity 12 litres --
Overview
About Precisely, a naked version of the CBR 150R. Perhaps a crossover of the CB1000R or the CBR 150R. Read More --
Features -- - SmartXonnectTM
- Headlamp With DRL
- Three Ride Modes
- New seat pattern
- Adjustable clutch and brake levers
- Gear Shift Indicator
Pros and Cons
Pros Disc brakes at both ends --
Cons No split seat
Exhaust looks outdated
Headlight could have been little more sporty
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