Honda CB150R Streetfire

Honda CB150R Streetfire


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Expected Price

₹ 1,50,000
* Delhi. May vary.


Our take on this /// Verdict
The Honda CB150R Streetfire is a good-looking and dependable bike that is perfect for everyday riding. It has good features, excellent power and a great price. The bike is also quite reliable and has good fuel economy. Overall, the Honda CB150R Streetfire is a great option for those looking for an everyday ride.

Honda CB150R Streetfire is expected to be priced around Rs 1.50 lakh in India (ex-showroom). Available in 3 color variants Quantum Red, Macho Black and Rapid White.

Latest Updates
Saturday, 14 January 2023 11:23 PM Honda has recently released the 2021 CB150R Streetfire in Indonesia. The Standard model of the CB is priced at IDR 2,97,00,000 (around Rs 1.51 lakh) and the Special Edition is priced at IDR 3,07,00,000 (around Rs 1.56 lakh). It has not been changed much, but there are some upgrades which make it better than before.
Friday, 08 September 2023 04:34 AM

Honda is offering the CB150R Streetfire in two variants- Standard and Special Edition. While the standard is available in Stinger Red Black and Macho Black, the Special Edition gets an option of Fury Matte Red, Raptor Matte Black, and Armoured Matte Grey.

Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant Honda CB150R Streetfire
Availability Status in India Upcoming
2-Wheeler Type Sports Commuter
Latest Price in India Honda CB150R Streetfire is expected to be priced around Rs 1.50 lakh in India (ex-showroom).
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Quantum Red, Macho Black, Rapid White
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Engine Details 149cc, Liquid Cooled, 4-Stroke, DOHC, 4-Valve, Single Cylinder
Fuel System Fuel Injection
Cooling Liquid Cooled
Engine cc (Displacement) 149 cc
Maximum Power 16.1 HP @ 9500 rpm
Maximum Torque 13.6 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Norms BS6-Compliant
Ignition Full transistorized
Compression Ratio 11.3: 1
Bore 57.3 mm
Stroke 57.8 mm
Number of Gears 6
Clutch Wet Multi Plate
Shift Type 1-N-2-3-4-5-6
Mileage Honda CB150R Streetfire mileage is 45 kmpl approximate.
Performance The 150cc street bike is predicted to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 13 seconds.
Top Speed Honda CB150R Streetfier is expected to be around 120 kmph.
Front Brake 296mm Hydraulic Disc with Dual Piston
Rear Brake 220mm Hydraulic Disc with Single Piston
Front Tyre 110/70-17
Rear Tyre 150/60-17
Wheel Type Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Key Features Dual Disc Brakes, Liquid Cooled Engine, Fuel Injection, Fully Digital Instrument Console, Lightweight
Front Suspension 41mm Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension Single Swing Arm (Pro-Link Suspension System)
Frame (Chassis) Diamond Steel (Truss Frame)
Overall Length 1973 mm
Overall Width 719 mm
Overall Height 1039 mm
Ground Clearance 139 mm
Seat Height 795 mm
Wheelbase 1296 mm
Dry Weight 136 kg
Kerb Weight 125 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 8.5 litres
Engine Oil Capacity 1.0 litres
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 5 Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light LED
Tail Light LED
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Pillion Grabrail

Latest Honda Cb 150 R News

Recently Added News
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Thursday, 23 December 2021 11:04 AM
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2019 Honda CB150R Streetster Officially Unveiled
Thursday, 28 March 2019 0:00 AM
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Tuesday, 26 February 2019 5:16 AM
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Wednesday, 06 September 2017 0:00 AM

Honda CB150R Streetfire Review

01 Dec, 2022 02:30 PM

Detailed Review by Maxabout Team


A streetfighter motorcycle with a neo-retro cafe racer appearance is the Honda CB150R. There are three colour variations available for this streetfighter, which is going to be released in India.

In India, one of the most anticipated bikes is this neo-retro cafe racer. This entry-level streetfighter from Honda has been introduced in a few particular Asian nations. Honda2wheeler India skipped the launch that was supposed to happen in India last year. The Honda brand has not yet provided an India CB150R launch date. We hope Honda will soon consider releasing this streetfighter in the Indian market, given the rising popularity of 150cc bikes there.

Honda CB150R Design and Style

The Honda CB150R has the same retro-inspired neo-design as its larger siblings. There are three lovely colour options available for you to select from. It gains a circular LED headlight that gives its design a vintage feel. All three paint jobs for this streetfighter have inverted front forks that are golden in colour. It has a powerful fuel tank and plastic cladding with the CB symbol close to the radiator. A sleek tail section and an underfloor exhaust are added to the Honda CB150R to enhance its overall appearance. Red brake callipers and sporty graphics are small but attractive details that enhance the look. This Honda streetfighter is beautifully constructed and has a luxurious appearance.

The CB150R weighs only 125 kg at the curb, making it one of the lightest 150cc streetfighter bikes available. It is 1,973 mm in overall length and has a 1,296 mm wheelbase. It features a 795 mm seat height and 139 mm of ground clearance. The fuel tank capacity of this Honda streetfighter is 8.5 litres, which is slightly less than those of its rivals.

Honda CB150R Engine and Gearbox

A 149cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke, four-valve engine powers the Honda CB150R. Its engine is liquid-cooled, and the fuel is supplied via a programmed fuel injection system. Its DOHC engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission, but unlike its sibling, the Honda CBR150R, it lacks a slipper clutch system. It generates 13.6 Nm of maximum torque at 8,000 rpm and 16.1 HP of maximum power at 9,500 rpm.

Honda CB150R Suspension, Brakes and Tyres

The inner pivot-type diamond structure that supports this streetfighter is extremely strong and light. It receives an aluminium swingarm with two sides. With a 1,296 mm shorter wheelbase, the Honda CB150R is exceptionally manoeuvrable. Its front end is fitted with 41 mm inverted forks. It has a hydraulic mono-shock absorber attached to the swingarms at the back. Both metropolitan streets and interstates will have a smooth ride thanks to the suspension arrangement. Due to its lightweight construction and compact form, it boasts incredible handling abilities. The split configuration seat on the CB150R gives the rider a relaxed riding position.

The front wheel of the Honda CB150R has a 296 mm radially mounted, four-piston calliper disc brake while the rear wheel has a 220 mm hydraulic disc brake. The brake callipers are completed in red, giving the bike a dynamic look. It has a dual-channel ABS, which is one of the most significant safety features. The Honda CB150R rides on 17-inch alloy wheels on both ends, which give it a stylish appearance. The front tubeless tyre is110/70 and the rear tubeless tyre is 150/60. Its huge 17-inch wheels covered in wide tubeless tyres provide the rider with excellent grip and confidence.

Key Features of Honda CB150R

Like its younger sibling, the Honda CB125R, this neo-retro streetfighter has a full LED lighting system. It has an LED headlamp, taillamp, and turn indicators. The Honda CB150R is outfitted with a completely digital LCD instrument cluster. An odometer, tachometer, speedometer, trip metre, and fuel gauge are all part of the computerised console. It also has a gear position indicator and an engine temperature display. The CB150R's instrument cluster additionally has an ABS light, a gear shift light, and a service warning light. It has illuminated switch gears and an engine kill switch. It comes with a well-cushioned seat with integrated grab rails for the pillion.

Top Speed and Mileage of Honda CB150R

2023 Honda CB150R Streetster is anticipated to get 45 km/l. The 150cc street bike is predicted to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 13 seconds. The top speed of the Honda CB150R Streetster is expected to be around 120 km/h.

Honda CB150R Price

In the global market, the Honda CB150R is offered in three colours: Ivory White, Nightfire Red, and Speedway Matt Black. Honda CB150R's price in India is likely to be approximately Rs 1.5 Lakh (Ex-Showroom, Delhi). Honda's streetfighter will be priced competitively with the Yamaha MT-15 and the KTM Duke 125. The CB150R's cheap price tag will pose a major threat to segment leaders like the MT-15 and Duke 125's market dominance. If Honda can price it competitively, it will be able to reclaim its lost share of the entry-level premium segment bikes in India.

Honda CB150R Competitors

2023 Honda CB150R's main competitors in the global market are the Yamaha MT-15, Suzuki GSX-S150, and KTM Duke 125. All of these motorcycles are quality 150cc streetfighters. If the CB150R is released in India, it will compete with the MT-15, Duke 125, and Suzuki Gixxer.

Yamaha MT-15

The Yamaha MT-15 is powered by a 155cc single-cylinder engine and a 6-speed transmission. It has a maximum power output of 18.2 HP and a peak torque of 13.9 Nm. The MT-15 has significantly more power than the CB150R, giving it a considerable performance advantage. The Indian MT-15 lacks USD forks and dual-channel ABS like the Honda Streetfighter. The Yamaha MT-15 has a slight performance advantage, but the Honda CB150R leads in terms of design and equipment.

Suzuki GSX-S150

The Suzuki GSX-S150 is powered by a 147.3cc water-cooled single-cylinder engine. It has a 6-speed transmission and a fuel-injected engine. It has a maximum power output of 18.9 HP and a maximum torque output of 14.9 Nm. The GSX-S150 has somewhat more power and torque than the CB150R, making it a superior performer. The Suzuki GSX-S150 has disc brakes, LED lights, and a digital panel, but it lacks USD forks and ABS like the CB150R. The Suzuki GSX-S150 has an advantage in terms of performance, but the Honda CB150R has an advantage in terms of design, hardware, and features.


Beginning with the design, this neo-retro Honda streetfighter checks all the boxes. Its distinct cafe racer design sets it out from the crowd. It also comes in a variety of lovely colours. The Honda CB150R's build quality and general finish are also quite commendable. The addition of golden forks and red brake callipers adds to the overall appeal of the design.

In comparison to competitors such as the GSX-S150 and MT-15, the Honda CB150R feels rather weak. However, because of its lightweight design, the CB150R manages to produce better performance. The 6-speed gearbox on board aids in top-end performance and triple-digit speeds.

It has quality inverted forks up front and mono shocks in the back. It is based on the tried-and-true diamond-type frame, which is extremely lightweight. It has good handling and a comfortable yet engaging riding posture.

2023 CB150R is without a doubt one of the top motorcycles in the 150cc entry-level premium segment. It has a stunning design and a high build quality. Its dependable fuel-injected engine provides smooth performance as well as good fuel economy. Honda has loaded this streetfighter with cutting-edge technology and high-quality hardware components. We hope to see the Honda CB150R arrive in India soon, as it will increase competition in the 150cc segment.

Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for Honda CB150R Streetfire
What is the power output of the Honda CB150R Streetfire engine ?
20 September 2023 11:17

The Honda CB150R Streetfire engine typically produces around 16.1 horsepower, providing strong performance for a 149cc motorcycle.

Is the Honda CB150R Streetfire suitable for new riders?
08 September 2023 04:29

The Honda CB150R Streetfire's powerful engine and sporty nature may not make it the ideal choice for new or beginner riders. It's often preferred by experienced riders who appreciate its performance-oriented characteristics.

Is the Honda CB150R Streetfire fuel-efficient?
20 September 2023 11:16

The Honda CB150R Streetfire is known for its moderate fuel efficiency, considering its performance-oriented nature. Fuel consumption may vary depending on riding style.

Is the Honda CB150R Streetfire suitable for long-distance rides?
08 September 2023 04:28

The Honda CB150R Streetfire can comfortably manage short to moderate-distance rides, while being mainly built for small and energetic riding.

What is the engine displacement of the Honda CB150R Streetfire?
08 September 2023 04:26

The Honda CB150R Streetfire is powered by a 149cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine.

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User Reviews for Honda CB150R

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Honda CB150R ExMotion

Puneeth D.M. | 4 months ago
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When did this bike will launch in India? We are waiting for last 5 years in this bike purchase. please launch to India ASAP.

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Beautiful and powerful

Richa Mittal | One year ago
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Honda is renowned for their beautiful and powerful bikes, and the Honda CB150R Streetfire is no exception. This bike carries a refined engine that is both powerful and efficient. It is perfect for those who want a reliable and easy to ride bike that won't leave them wanting for more. Additionally, Honda has taken strategic steps to make sure their bikes are available in India, making sure that riders have access to their quality bikes. With a design that is sleek, stylish, and modern, the Honda CB150R Streetfire is sure to make an impression on the streets. It is expected to be priced competitively in India, making it an attractive option for riders. Honda is sure to continue to dominate the bike market in India with the CB150R Streetfire.

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Powerful motorcycle with a great look

Shinde Vikas Ganesh | One year ago
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The Honda CB150R Streetfire is a powerful motorcycle with a great look. It offers a powerful 150cc engine and a 5-speed transmission. However, it does not come with an engine kill switch, making it a less desirable option for safety-minded riders. The Apache RTR 4V Special Edition offers a similar engine and 5-speed transmission but does come with an engine kill switch, making it a better choice for those who are looking for a safe ride. It is also more affordable than the Honda CB150R Streetfire, making it an even better option for those on a budget.

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Honda CB150R Streetfire Comments

User Comments
Preeti Yadav
10 months ago

The side bodykit may not be as good as before, but Honda has definitely improved the overall design of the CB150R Streetfire. There are now more dynamic lines, as well as a more aggressive front end with a sharp headlight. In addition, the rear of the bike has been given a more premium look with a dual-tone colour scheme and a redesigned tail section. 

The CB150R Streetfire also comes with a full-digital instrument cluster, a dual-channel ABS system, and a powerful 150cc engine that produces 14.4PS of power and 14.4Nm of torque. Overall, the bike looks quite stylish and is sure to turn heads on the roads. 

The expected price of the Honda CB150R Streetfire in India is around Rs 1.5 lakh (ex-showroom).

Nimish Rai
11 months ago

The Honda CB150R Streetfire has a very compact shape which makes it perfect for weaving through traffic. Its light weight and low center of gravity give it an exhilarating feel when zipping along. It's perfect for those who want a bike that looks and feels good while on the go.

Sachin Sharma
one year ago

Despite the dream of owning a Honda CBR150 and Yamaha XSR, it is unlikely that these bikes will ever come to India. This is because they are designed for different markets and the Indian market has its own needs and preferences. As such, it is more likely that the Indian market will be serviced by bikes that are more suited to its needs and budget. That being said, one can still hope that these dream bikes will eventually make their way to Indian shores.

4 years ago

expensive, nevertheless, i'm eagerly waiting.

Somen Sinha
5 years ago

when it will be launched in India...

Roshan Karki
5 years ago

looks a lot life bajaj ns 200
hope it can do well especially now , since rtr 160 4v offers similar and better performance

5 years ago


Akash Yadav
6 years ago

Bina time lgaye

Akash Yadav
6 years ago

Jldi bhjdo bss india m

Akash Yadav
6 years ago

Are iss bike ko jldi launch kro mje ye kitne m bhi kharidni h

Akash Yadav
6 years ago

Iss bike k m 90k de skta ...ex showroom m ...baki k on road alag

Akash Yadav
6 years ago

Sir/mam rply me please kya ye bike order deke manga skte h

Akash Yadav
6 years ago

Sir aap rply kriye mjhe ye bike bahut pasand h ye mjhe leni h ye kb tk india m launch ho rhi h...plese rply ye bike abhi agency p mil jayegi..please rply sir

6 years ago

Which year launch this bike?

6 years ago

Will this motorcycle ever launch in India?

Rahul patnaik
7 years ago

Seems ok for the price as its a liquid cooled engine. But however missed an engine kill switch again. Not sure of the parking lights. Pls make some sense honda..

james semaj
7 years ago

What the fuck they are not yet releasing on Philippines dealerships today.. We want the Special Edition Raptor black and the White of this CB 150R!!!

Aveenash Karunakaran Nair
8 years ago

the streetfire body models looks same as like of pulsar200ns.
the tailight is similar to hero moto corp xtreme sports.

9 years ago

i have this bike in indonesia.Decent for $.2100 - $.2300.Nice engine at high RPM.Currently , my top speed about 130km/h.I am not good enough at speeding.

9 years ago

Price ??? its not even to sound that much, but for that kind of technology combined with quality its quite reasonable

9 years ago

u fools u r getting a DOHC engine for that money which is best at high revs . all the yamaha bikes including r15 thirsts for power after 6000rpm which puts u r heads down on the highways . This is a race machine designed for high speeds with honda's reliability . Looks comes 2nd in priority , u can even modify it as per u r likes .

9 years ago

features is good .also stylist but price is very high ..i think 80k is reasonable

10 years ago

i have seen this bike on honda showroom..
looks like a dumb copy of yamaha fz..
150cc and onroad price is 1 lakh..
damn.... very overpriced bike.

10 years ago

for 150cc engine it has hair raising torque & power

10 years ago


Devadas Gade
10 years ago

new great bike..........

10 years ago

100/80 tyre is a piece of shit for that 17bhp bike.. People, pay for what you get...
No parking lamp, no kick start, lower battery capacity, no engine kill switch etc are tradition in most honda bikes in india... but still the price is steepy!!!

10 years ago

excellent bike

10 years ago

excellent bike

10 years ago

dis bike will definitely gonna rock indian roads.....

Shailesh S Kamble
10 years ago

this bike is good but unicorn is the best...

Gujj Kansara
10 years ago

the bike price should not exceed 85k off road

10 years ago


jay kansara
10 years ago

the Honda is re modifying the technicality of this bike so i think if Honda launch this bike in India with

power Around 15.5 to 16 bhp @ 10500 rpm and

torque around 12.7 to 13.1 @ 6500 rpm
with mono shock instead of mono suspension the price of this bike should not go more then 80-85k in india. on road

jay kansara
10 years ago

average of this bike is also very low..

jay kansara
10 years ago

this info is not of cb150r

Power of bike is around 16.76bhp

Torque is around 13.1Nm @8000 rpm

already launched in Indonesia.

jay kansara
10 years ago

these information is not true....
the information above given is about cbr150r.

the bike is already launched in Indonesia.
Actual information about cb150r is in the videos of link given below

Gujj Kansara
10 years ago

the bike is great but price is to high the price must be between 85 to 90k onroad

10 years ago

hey it is super car i liked it sooo much and coloris super

10 years ago

super bike and stylish

10 years ago

my dream bike

10 years ago

Awesome..I am waiting for it

Rajni Mehta
10 years ago

i needed more in it

10 years ago

what is tube Type Both Side Operation suspension ?
is it a kind of mono-shock suspension??

Vicki Singla
10 years ago

very nice bike.gud looking and milege is also gud..

Ravi Wane
10 years ago

lhlh lhlh khkhk lnhln

10 years ago

is there is a kill switch

10 years ago

Bike looks well, good power... then what about the torque...12.66Nm... which is less than the unicorn

10 years ago

100/80 tyre at the back,129 KG dry weight & 6 gears will ensure pretty good mileage. The looks surely is a let down in my view. Street/naked bike should 'show off' a little more, like FZ/FZ-S.

Why Honda fails every time in the designing department when it comes to budget bikes (Unicorn/Dazzler/*this one* :D) I wonder.. And by the looks, it has got a LOT of parts from Dazzler with small modifications.

Surely, Honda's products will be reliable, but if I'll pay nearly 1 Lakh for a bike, I seriously want a bit more in the 'looks' department which is not here.. Lets hope Honda will work it out before launch.

10 years ago

Fans, do not jump up with joy just after seeing CB & R in the name. I hope it is not a beefed up Unicorn/Dazzler engine. And 6A battery !? Are you kidding me, Honda ! With no kick-start option, you people simply are forcing users not to have the joy of a powerful horn(s) and other electrical accessories. I've been using HH CBZ (1999-2007) and Xtreme (2008-Present) with 9Ah batteries as both rides has ample space for a bigger battery (not the same in Dazzler). Til date, except for Unicorn & CBR 250; Honda (not considering HH) is a BIG disappointment in motorcycle market :(

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