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2016 Honda CBR150R launch, price, photos, videos

2016 Honda CBR150R

Price starts from IDR 32.9 million (approximately INR 1.65 lakh).

2016 Honda CBR150R fully faired sportsbike with a sportier and attractive new design has been launched today in Indonesia at the hands of Honda MotoGP Racing Team (Repsol Honda) riders Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez. The price of new Honda CBR150R starts from IDR 32.5 million (INR 1.65 lakh) while top end variant with Repsol Honda MotoGP livery costs IDR 33.3 million (INR 1.68 lakh).

Aimed at the Yamaha R15 Ver 2.0, which is priced at IDR 28.9 million (INR 1.45 lakh), 2016 Honda CBR150R is powered by the same 150 cc engine which powers the existing CBR150R but refined to deliver a better performance. This fuel injected engine is rated at 18.28 bhp and 12.66 Nm of torque via a 6-speed manual transmission.

2016 Honda CBR150R

2016 Honda CBR150R

Honda says that this is not a mere facelift, in fact, it is a completely new bike. Toshiyuki Inuma, President Director, Honda Indonesia, 2016 CBR150R now has a lighter chassis, with centralized engine weight. This helps in better riding dynamics, handling and maneuverability. Apart from this, other changes include rear swing-arm now longer by 13 mm, making the rear split seat taller, and in turn giving the entire bike a sportier look.

Featuring a completely new design, highlights include full LED headlights, fully digital instrument control, sportier rider seating, footpegs position changed for better riding stance, new exhaust system, LED side indicators, etc.

2016 Honda CBR150R

2016 Honda CBR150R launched in presence of Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez today.



Cool… Marc Marquez & Dani Pedrosa in One Heart ~ Satu Hati action with Honda New CBR150R

Posted by Thomas Wijaya on Saturday, February 13, 2016

😮 Honda CBR150R 2016 Facelift!!

Posted by Jebin Christopher Thaliyan on Sunday, February 14, 2016

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A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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