Honda CBR150R MotoGP

Honda CBR150R MotoGP

Expected Price

₹ 1,60,000
* Delhi. May vary.


Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant Honda CBR150R MotoGP
Colour Options MotoGP Edition (Orange-Black)
Latest Price in India Honda CBR150R MotoGP is expected to be priced around Rs 1.60 lakh in India (ex-showroom).
Availability Status in India Upcoming
Motorcycle Type Sports
Fuel Type Petrol
Official Tagline Own the Ride
Vehicle Overview 2017 Honda CBR150R Repsol Edition is the special edition for that non-India spec CBR that comes with an attractive design and LED lights. Honda India clearly mentioned that they won't be updating their CBR models in India while the international spec model has gone far by two generations from the Indian model. It uses a 149.16 cc, single cylinder engine producing 16.9 BHP and 13.7 Nm of torque. It claims a top speed of 135 kmph while carries additional equipment that the older model. Repsol livery adds Orange wheels and body panels to this 2017 CBR150R.
Engine Details 149.5cc, 4-stroke, 1-cylinder
Fuel System PGM-Fi
Cooling Liquid Cooled with Auto Fan
Engine cc (Displacement) 149.16 cc
Maximum Power 16.9 HP @ 9000 rpm
Maximum Torque 13.7 Nm @ 7000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Lubrication Wet Sump
Compression Ratio 11.3:1
Bore 57.3 mm
Stroke 57.8 mm
Number of Gears 6
Clutch Wet Multi Plate
Gear Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6
Mileage 35-45 kmpl (approx.)
Front Brake 276mm Disc
Rear Brake 220mm Disc
Front Tyre 100/80-17 52P
Rear Tyre 130/70-17 62P
Front Wheel 17-inch
Rear Wheel 17-inch
Wheel Type Alloy Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Front Suspension Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension Pro-link Suspension
Frame (Chassis) Diamond (Truss) Frame
Overall Length 1983 mm
Overall Width 694 mm
Overall Height 1038 mm
Ground Clearance 166 mm
Seat Height 787 mm
Wheelbase 1311 mm
Kerb Weight 135 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 12 litres
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital
Low Battery Indicator
Rev-limiter Indicator
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 5Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light LED
Tail Light LED
Turn Signal Light (Front) LED
Turn Signal Light (Rear) LED
Projector Head Light
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Pillion Grabrail

Honda CBR150R MotoGP Review

15 Feb, 2019 11:44 AM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

Honda CBR150R Repsol Edition was launched in 2017 as a special edition for that non-India spec CBR that has been given Repsol Livery and is one of the major candidates for the entry level bikes. With a 150 cc engine at its heart, the bike has been equipped with an injection system (PGFM-FI). It is available in the International market in two variants- Standard and Deluxe and competes in the market with the likes of the Yamaha R15 V20 and the KTM Duke 200.

Coming to the engine specifications, the bike is powered by 149.5cc, 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, a liquid-cooling engine capable of producing a maximum power of 16.9 Bhp @ 9000 rpm and an utmost torque of 13.7 Nm @ 7000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox and has a kerb weight of 135 kgs with a fuel tank capacity of 12 litres. The sports bike gets an all-digital instrument console with every latest technology to offer timely ratios.

The nose down-tail up design gives the bike a sharp look while the side fairing has been tweaked to compliment the fuel tank. It gets split LED headlamps and a longer swingarm. The suspension duties are handled by telescopic forks at the front while the rear wheel gets a pro-link suspension. The Honda CBR150R MotoGP gets 276 mm disc brakes at the front and a 220 mm disc brake at the rear.

The bike claims a mileage of 35-45 kmpl combines and a top speed of 135 kmph have made it one of the superior offering from the brand in the entry level. The MotoGP edition Black and Orange shade gives the bike an aggressive look that grabs all the attention on the road.  




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