Honda that had showcased the CBR 150R and CBR 250R at the RevFest earlier this year, has now revealed the prices of both the bikes. The Honda CBR 250R’s standard non-ABS variant is offered at Rs 1.83 lakh, while the ABS version costs Rs 2.16 lakh (on-road, Mumbai). The Honda CBR 150R, on the other hand, is priced at Rs. 1.41 lakh (on-road, Mumbai). Both the motorcycles receive minor cosmetic updates, and new colour schemes. Though, no mechanical changes have been made to the bikes.
Powering the Honda CBR 150R is a 150cc, single-cylinder engine that is paired to a six-speed transmission. This engine is capable to churn out a maximum power of 18.27bhp at 10,500rpm and 12.6Nm of torque at 8,500rpm. The bike is available with a total choice three colours – Sports Red, Jazzy Blue Metallic and Candy Palm Green. It receives a single-piece headlight, new tail-lamp and exhaust and updated centre panel. Ditching the conventional perimeter frame and swing-arm mounted suspension, the bike gets a new Trus frame and pro-link unit.
The Honda CBR 250R is powered by a 249cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that delivers a maximum power of 28bhp at 9,000rpm and 23Nm of peak torque at 7,500rpm. Mated with a six-speed gearbox, this bike is claimed to achieve 0-60km/h in four seconds with a top-speed of 147km/h. It measures 2,032mm in length, 720mm in width and 1,127mm in height with a wheelbase of 136mm. The CBR 250R is offered in three shades – Pearl Amazing White, Black and Sports Red.
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