Honda CB Trigger
8th May, 2015: Honda CB Trigger is a premium 150cc naked motorcycle offered by the Japanese manufacturer. With a sharp body design and refined 150cc motor, the bike was launched by the company to enter the country’s urban street bike segment. It boasts many advanced and convenient features like a fully digital instrument console, an LED tail light section, combi brake system and much more. Combined Braking System (CBS) is available as an optional feature. The bike is available across the country in the price range of Rs. 68,665 to Rs. 78,232 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Honda CB Trigger comes in four attractive colors: Black, Meteor Green Metallic, Pearl Siena Red and Pearl Sunbeam White. The bike stands competitively against Yamaha FZ and Suzuki Gixxer.
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*
Honda CB Trigger
Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India delighted the automotive enthusiasts of the country by introducing their premium 150cc naked sports bike christened as Honda CB Trigger. Powering the bike is a 149.1cc air-cooled, four-stroke mill that churns out a maximum power of 14.35bhp at 8,500rpm along with a peak torque of 12.50Nm at 6,500rpm. The five-speed constant mesh gearbox works well with the wet multiplate clutch assembly and does justice with the power delivery of the bike.
Honda CB Trigger moves on 80/100-17 front and 110/80-17 tubeless tyres that are fitted to stylish black alloy wheels. The suspension duties are carried out by telescopic forks at the front and spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. The bike is equipped to 240mm front disc brake and 130mm rear drum brake. The company offers an optional 220mm rear disc brake along with Honda’s Combined Braking System (CBS) that improve its responsiveness.
The body dynamics of the bike are sharp that matches well with its urban street bike image. The front profile has a pointed headlamp with clear lens turning blinkers. The fuel tank is chiselled in a masculine way and looks fascinating with the fuel tank cowl. The side panels are coated in Matte Grey that enhances the overall appearance. Coming to the rear, the bike gets a complete LED unit at the tail lamp section which looks impressive.
The all-black stylish exhaust system adds up to the aggression besides making a likable sound at lower rpms. The overall body dimensions of the bike are 2,045mm x 757mm x 1,060mm (LxWxH) with a wheelbase of 1,325mm. The bike has a minimum ground clearance of 175mm and is fitted with a 12 liter fuel tank. The instrument cluster of the bike is purely digital that comprises a speedometer, tachometer, tripmeter and fuel gauge.
Built on an aggressive naked bike theme, Honda CB Trigger is crafted to cheer a true bike lover. The front end gets an edgy headlamp section with a neatly designed front fender integrated with air vents. The fuel tank with shrouds look muscular. The manufacturer has fitted a large comfortable seat to provide convenience to the rider and pillion. A complete LED strip finds its place at the rear tail lamp section that looks majestic with the clear lens turning blinkers.
Crafted on a diamond frame, Honda CB Trigger has body dimensions of 2,045mm x 757mm x 1,060mm (LxWxH) with a wheelbase and ground clearance of 1,325mm and 175mm respectively. With the 12 liter fuel tank in stock, the bike assures a decent range without frequent refuelling. A stylish all-black exhaust and a fully digital cockpit are some more desirable aspects of this bike.
Engine And Performance
Honda CB Trigger gets alive by a four-stroke, air-cooled, SI engine that displaces 149.1cc. The super-refined Honda motor unleashes a peak power of 14.35bhp at 8,500rpm with a maximum torque of 12.50Nm at 6,500rpm. The bike uses a wet multiplate clutch setup and employs five-speed transmission system with one-down and four-up gearshift pattern. The mill has a viscous paper filter that proves convenient by cutting down on maintenance costs. An easy electric starter is present to simplify the mode of starting. The bike hits a top speed of 104kmph and returns a fuel economy of 60kmph as claimed by the company.
Braking And Handling
The fierce stopping power is provided by 240mm disc brake at the front and 130mm drum brake at the rear. To further enhance it, the company offers a 220mm rear disc brake optionally. Further, Honda’s Combined Braking System (CBS) is also provided as a second optional feature that gives the benefit of application of both the brakes while pressing the rear brake lever only. Honda CB Trigger has a set of 80/100-17 front and 110/80-17 rear tubeless tyres with stylish black alloys that make the ride quality even more soothing. To gulp down the bumps and hurdles with ease, Honda has equipped the bike with telescopic forks at the front and spring loaded hydraulic monoshock at the rear.
The integration of Honda’s Combined Braking System (CBS) in the bike improves the confidence of the rider and helps him control the ride in every situation. CBS apply both the brakes simultaneously and prevents unwanted skidding. Moreover, the set of grippy tubeless tyres prove their worth very well in case of a puncture. The powerful 12V-35/35W headlight ensures a steady and powerful beam of light to maintain road visibility at nights. The rear view mirrors minimise the chances of accidents in many cases. These bunch of features make Honda CB Trigger a desirable and trustworthy 150cc offering.
CBS Version is too pricey
Poor quality plastics used
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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