Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Ltd (HMSI) has launched the CBR 150R in the country. According to reports, the CBR 150R produces 18 bhp@10,500 rpm and 1.28 kgm@7500 rpm from its 150cc DOHC single-cylinder mill which employs liquid cooling and fuel-injection.
Bodywork is largely identical to that of the CBR 250R, which means there's the dual-layered fairing, a stubby exhaust and a Y shaped headlight. Also included in the features list are meters, front and rear disc brakes, tubeless tyres and a monoshock at the rear.
According to reports, the motorcycle sports a twin tubular frame. The CBR 150R will be available in two variants - Standard and Deluxe. The Standard can be had in two shades, Black and Red, both set against Pearl Sunbeam White while the Deluxe sports additional sporty decals and two colours - Candy Palm and Vibrant Orange, both set against Pearl Sunbeam White.
Alongside the CBR 150R launch, HMSI also unveiled a new scheme for the CBR 250R - Pearl Heron Blue - which is a typical Honda white-blue-red combination as seen on many iconic Honda motorcycles, according to reports.
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