Honda CB Trigger
Honda CB Trigger
Honda CB Trigger Bikes
149.1 cc, Petrol, 60 KmplRs 68,665*
149.1 cc, Petrol, 60 KmplRs 71,680*
149.1 cc, Petrol, 60 KmplRs 78,232*
Review of Honda CB Trigger
Honda CB Trigger OverView
Since 1959, Honda is serving the world with its innovative technologies through their brilliant automobiles. The company in a year manufactures more than 14 million internal combustion engines which makes Honda, the largest engine producer of the world. The Honda jumped at the 7th rank in the category of automobile manufacturers of the world in the year 2010. In the year 1984, the company came in India through a joint venture with Hero which was a step-in in the market of bikes. The partnership gave this country some of the most reliable two wheelers but unfortunately the JV came to a split in December 2010. Honda, which was also selling its own products already, left with some scooters to carry on the struggle to rule the market. When the Joint Venture was over, Hero became Hero MotoCorp and experienced the position of a top class manufacturer of two wheeler segment whereas Honda started its journey as a newcomer in India to earn the most honorable position in the Indian market.
After the split with erstwhile partners Hero, Honda has introduced some of its best products in India, which suits the daily commuting needs of Indians. At present Honda is selling Dream Yuga, CB Twister, CB Shine, CB Unicorn, CB Unicorn Dazzler, CBR150R, CBR250R bikes with three scooters namely Activa, Dio and Aviator. The latest addition to this list is Honda CB Trigger, which is a presumed 150cc premium commuter bike by Honda. The bike unveiled on 11th of March, 2013 and this time Honda Motorcycles and Scooters of India has crafted a totally new and ravishing model. The variant looks like a molded form of Honda CB Dazzler and it seems that the later will take the place of the former as Dazzler is not performing well in the market when the sales are concerned.
Though the bike, Honda Cb Trigger 150 has been introduced but the bike will start selling from May 2013 and the booking will open from April only. The bike has three variants which have some small changes, the models are; CB Trigger Standard which comes with front disc brakes, CB Trigger Deluxe having front and rear disc brakes and CB Trigger CBS which has the feature of Combi Brake System and also has the instalment of rear and front disc brakes.
Honda CB Trigger Designing
Look at it and you will know that Honda CB Trigger 150 is a new Avatar of Honda CB Dazzler. The bike itself looked very elegant, this new model is molded to give a more pleasing look so it can attract more people towards it. The dimensions of the bike has been kept according to average Indian riders so the bike can suit most of the riders, the following are, length is 2045 mm, width is 757mm and height is 1060 mm. The ground clearance of the bike is 175 mm whereas the wheelbase is of 1325 mm. The kerb weight of the machine is 137 Kg. The wheels attached are 6 spoke alloy wheels whose specifications are the front tyre is 80/100-17 M/C 46P whereas the rear tyre is 110/80-17 M/C 57P. To make it competitive features gifted to the bike are upright sitting position, fully digital instrument cluster, wide seat, black alloy wheels, kick start, full gear lever, full chain case, diamond frame, monoshock rear suspension, 240mm front disc brakes, 220mm rear disc brakes, tubeless tyres, LED tail light, viscous air filter and maintenance free battery. Also it has a Advance Design Diamond Frame type chassis. The Combi brake system which Honda uses in its scooters is also featuring in this bike which is a first time feature for any Indian bike.
Honda CB Trigger 150 Appearance
A single glance of the bike can steal your heart. Honda Cb Trigger 150 is very stylish and glorious. The tank looks very stylish because of its air scoops. The bold character lines covering the whole of the bike from the front to the rear end, the appealing outlines on the both the side of the body and all black theme over the alloy wheels, engine and other parts makes it a stylish and youthful bike. The rear LED lamp enhances rear view of the bike.
Honda CB Trigger 150 Colors
The amazing Honda CB Trigger comes in three vibrant colors which are black, meteor green metallic and pearl siena red. The bike looks stunning in all the three colors but bringing new colors can also make some positive difference to the sales.
Honda CB Trigger Engine And Performance
Honda CB Trigger 150 is powered by a Air Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine with a displacement of 149.1 cc. The engine is quite capable, the maximum power developes by it is 14 bhp of 8500rpm with a maximum torque value of 12.5 Nm which can be obtained at 6500rpm. It is the same engine which was previously found in the former, CB Dazzler. So the engine comes mated to the 5 speed manual transmission gearbox which has a 1 down and 4 up gear shift pattern. The top speed of the bike is 103 Kmph.
Honda CB Trigger 150 Mileage and Fuel Economy
The bike, Honda CB Trigger 150 is embedded with world class technologies, making it able to deliver a healthy mileage of 60 Kmpl which is an advantage to the machine in the 150cc segment of bikes. Honda blessed the bike with a carburetor instead of a fuel injector to keep the prices in check.
Honda CB Trigger Braking And Handling
Honda Cb Trigger 150 is designed to give a perfect handling. The all new and first time featuring CBS (Combi Braking System) provides the rider a much better braking facility and reduces up to 32% of stopping distance. There is 240mm dia disc brakes equipped at the front wheel and 220 mm dia disc brakes at the rear which functions with CBS system. The motorcycle comes with a Telescopic Suspension at the front with a Mono suspension at the rear. The monoshock suspensions present improves the stability alongside assist the rider while taking sharp turns, as it centralise the mass. There is also a wider rear which enhances the look of the bike and provides a better grip on the road’s surface.
Honda CB Trigger Safety Features
The CBS system embedded in Honda CB Trigger 150 increases the safety of the bike. The new advanced system cuts down the speed quickly and avoids skidding. The standard side guards protect from getting any damage to the bike.
Honda CB Trigger Pros
New stylish looks, better mileage, New Combi brake system
Honda CB Trigger Cons
Old engine, the design could have been better
Honda CB Trigger Review
i am buy this bike on may 2014 till now i am facing so many problem on bike from service side. but the bike is very good model i have CBS. noe handle bar alignment, digital back light goes dime background light. from service they not responding to customer quires . the show room name is M.A Honda in trichy so guy don't buy the bike from this dealer. if u buy ur bike will face any time problem. because i gave my bike with put scratch, but when i back to by bike after service i seen scratch in my bike tank but say to the person but they simply say to me its not we don u have already. in every ti...
A good controlling,roadgrip and power bike in 150cc segment. If u r a college student u can remodel it other wise it is a enough stylish bike that u can use for daily riding.
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19 Sep, 2013 | 558 views
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02 May, 2013 | 2582 views
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20 Mar, 2013 | 3543 views
Japanese auto major Honda Motor's Indian two-wheeler arm Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India said that it could become the number one two-wheeler maker in India by 2015-16, seeing the current market scenario. Honda has recently unveiled their new flagship 150cc bikeRead More
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