Honda CBR 150R
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Honda CBR 150R

` 1,22,403* Onwards Get On Road Price
*Ex Showroom Price Delhi
4 / 5 based on 21 reviews
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  • Performance
    30 Kmpl
    Top Speed
    109 Kmph

  • Engine
    149.4 cc

  • Transmission
    6 Speed
  • Ignition
    13 Ltrs
    Self Start
  • EMI
    36 Months


26th August, 2015: Honda made a striking appearance by unveiling its much-awaited 150cc sports bike, Honda CBR150R. Targeted for the youth, the bike comes with impressive looks and a lot of power. This is the second premium offering by Honda in 150cc segment after Unicorn. Priced at Rs. 1,23,027 for the Deluxe version and Rs. 1,22,024 for the Standard version (both ex-showroom prices, Delhi), the sportsbike is available in five breath-taking colour schemes: Vibrant Orange, Black & Candy Palm Green, Black & Pearl Sunbeam White and Sports Red. With Honda CBR150R’s entry in India, the 150cc battle goes tough with its sole competitor - Yamaha YZF-R15. Honda CBR 150R has been released in additional three new refreshing colours and pleasing graphics at the Honda Revfest that took place in 8 Indian cities simultaneously.

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Honda CBR 150R Specifications
Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power
Honda CBR 150R Standard Manual
Liquid Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine
30 Kmpl 18.28 bhp @ 10500 rpm
Honda CBR 150R Deluxe Manual
Liquid Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine
30 Kmpl 18.28 bhp @ 10500 rpm
Honda CBR 150R Review
  • Overview

    Honda stunned Indian moto freaks with the release of CBR150R. The machine caters to the young generation of the country who carry a strong racing instinct in their blood. It is the second premium sports bike in India after Yamaha YZF-R15 which employ such racing style and dynamics.

    Honda CBR150R gets its power from a 149.4cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, SI engine which is mated to a six-speed transmission system. The mighty Honda mill delivers a peak power of 18.28bhp at 10,500rpm corresponding to a maximum torque of 12.66Nm at 8500rpm. The engine incorporates Programmed Fuel Injection System (PGM-Fi) that gives an improved fuel economy and assists reaching a top speed of 109kmph. The bike’s fuel tank has 13 liter of capacity.

    Honda CBR 150R runs on 100/80-17 and 130/70-17 sized front and rear tubeless tyres respectively. The bike comes equipped with powerful 276mm front and 220mm rear disc brakes to pop-up some stoppies effortlessly. Honda CBR150R body is crafted beautifully on a diamond shaped chassis coupled with telescopic front forks and spring loaded hydraulic type rear monoshock.

    The baby CBR incorporates a split-seat with an under-seat utility storage compartment. Cockpit of CBR150R comes with amber-backlit digital speedometer, analogue tachometer and twin tripmeters to provide full information to the rider. Sporty full front cowling looks fascinating which dresses the CBR150R with race-inspiring looks. The headlamp design with twin pilot lamps makes its front profile look mean and aggressive. A short-sporty exhaust fills the bike’s DNA with complete racing spirit. Therefore, Honda CBR150R is a smart package that enhances the overall personality of the rider.

  • Design

    Bringing the experience of exquisite Honda CBR series to the masses with the CBR 150R is definitely a sensible thing. Besides, offering that baby CBR with the characteristics of its elder siblings is also quite ingenious move by Honda.
    The machine boasts of full front fairing, racing stripes, wider tyres, dual disc brakes, split seat with edgy rear end and robust muffler that helps it gain attention instantaneously. The instrumentation of the motorcycle comes from its elder sibling CBR 250R and displays analog tachometer and digital speedometer, fuel gauge, trip meter, engine temperature, clock and other tell tales.

    It has been assembled on a Daimond type frame, which is designed to cater all types of roads in India. Furthermore, it is made run on 100/80-17-inch front and 130/80-17-inch rear tubeless tyres that encircle stylish 5-spoke alloy wheels. The wheels are also equipped with 276mm disc brake at the front and 220mm disc brake at the rear. The ride is handled with the equipment of telescopic forks at the front and monoshock absorber at the rear.

    Dimensions drawn by the motorcycle are 2000mm x 825mm x 1120mm (l x w x h), which are fine for Indian riding conditions. The wheelbase of 1305mm keeps the machine stable and grounded during cornering. The minimum ground clearance of the bike is 190mm, which is high enough to pass the steepest speed breaker. Kerb weight of 138kg feels light and enhances the pick-up of the machine. The rider feels free to take this machine on a tour as it houses a tank that can store 13 liter fuel. It is offered in four attractive colors: Vibrant Orange, Black & Candy Palm Green, Black & Pearl Sunbeam White and Sports Red.

  • Engine & Performance

    Honda CBR 150R is incorporated with a 149.4cc, Liquid cooled, 4-stroke, 4-Valve, DOHC, SI engine that is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The engine is tuned to generate a maximum power of 18.28bhp at 10,500rpm and a peak torque of 12.66Nm at 8,500rpm. The motor is also bestowed with the PGM-FI technology that enhances power delivery and throttle response. The top speed of the motorcycle is 109kmph. 

  • Braking & Handling

    Honda CBR 150R is designed on a well engineered chassis that offers a brilliant overall performance. The handling is quite comfortable with the clip-on handlebars and comfy riding position. The wide tyres at both the ends with disc brakes keep the rider confident while riding at high speeds and taking sharp turns. The suspensions are responsive and prove to be stable in every riding condition. The lightweight motorcycle picks-up quickly and remains stable at even at speed above 100kmph. The wheelbase of the machine keeps the rider stable and steering easy.

  • Safety Features

    The machine is equipped with 130mm rear tyre that offers high traction level and rider can easily do cornering at high speeds confidently. The ground clearance of the motorcycle is high enough to surpass any hurdle of the road. Braking system is sound enough to stop the vehicle in any circumstances. 

  • Pros

    Performance packed
    Sporty graphics

  • Cons

    Lacks ABS
    Tyres could have been wider

User Reviews

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    by Jayanta Adk | Oct 2015

    Style: descendant of parent, beautiful structure, good colouring and can be improved too with new experimental colours, decent in all views Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox: engines roars like its ready to takeoff, it gives us options in which zone you want me to perform low or normal or high or gradual increase or full depends on our mood on which mode to ride, usually catches full... Read Full Review

  • Honda CBR150R Is Better Than Expected.
    by Abhik | Oct 2015

    Ever since the time Hero and Honda parted ways, Indian consumers were waiting with bated breath in anticipation of something big. Despite a few delays, Honda launched the CBR 150R as its premium production motorcycle offering for the Indian two-wheeler market. Although it wasn’t the 150cc scorcher as hoped by any enthusiasts the quarter-litre motorcycle did make its mark. Despite the CBR moniker, the bike... Read Full Review

  • My Wonder Ful Cbr
    by Akhil kumar | Oct 2015

    I loved it from the day i bought it.The honda is giving a wonderful experience to the riders.The Cbr is the mother of all bikes .The only draw back i faced is the cc of the bike but it can easily cathch other high cc bikes but the toruqe and power are simply high. The other thing is the cost is pretty high but in all aspects it Give 100% satisfaction to the riders Better to choose this bike if you are try... Read Full Review

  • Good Bike With Good Comfort
    by Krishana Kant Pareek | Oct 2015

    The Y shaped headlight design looks neat and crystal clear. CBR 150R have two unique eye design lights flanking the main head beam. It gives the bike a mean look and also a predator on prowl effect. The sporty full cowling makes the bike all the more better on aerodynamics. It expresses an aggressive character, complimenting Honda’s racing track genes. As I saddle myself on the soft cushioned seat and f... Read Full Review

  • My New Bike Honda Cbr 150r As A Delex
    by parth | Oct 2015

    My cbr bike is old nd very awesome looking bike as a cbr and very hight speed and whatpofufm firings a as a thank is new model as cbr nice looking I like this cbr not avrige to comny in Honda and that very hard in bike carobonet and nice body is a cbr new let's versoi cbr is comming soon oh thanks Honda cbr is your design bike awesome thank so much....... ... Read Full Review

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