Honda's first bike ever is considered, the Model D, developed by Honda in 1949 and since then the company has achieved a lot and become the most leading brand of the world. Honda bikes offer a great quality in terms of technology. They are basically based on the In-house technology which makes the bikes distinct and performing. As per our close and reliable sources, Honda has lately pulled covers off from the latest CB Trigger. It was rumoured that CB150R is going to be unveiled but Honda surprised everyone by unveiling CB Trigger.
Honda CB Trigger 150 houses an air-cooled, 4 stroke engine which has the displacement of 149.1 cc. The single-cylinder engine cranks off the maximum power out put of 13.81 bhp arrives at 8500 rpm whereas the peak torque out put of the engine is 12.5 comes at 6500 rpm. Such massive power is sent via a belt to a 5 speed manual gearbox which has the gear-shift pattern of all the gears down. In terms of mileage the latest bike from Honda, the new CB Trigger delivers a decent mileage of 45 km/l on short revs while on long revs it manages to give a meaty fuel-efficiency of 60 km/l. Such fuel-economy at the time when petrol prices are soaring, gives a little relief.
Honda CB Trigger 150 price is one of the most important features. It falls between a very extravagant and outrageous coast bracket of Rs. 67,000* starting (Expected Price Ex-showroom, New Delhi). Honda CB Trigger 150 features a very efficient duo of suspensions as it has loaded the front with telescopic while there is a mono-shock at the back to adduce you a ride full of comfort. Honda has also taken care of the demands of speed lovers and this has been resulted in equipping the bike with a blazing speed of approx 100 km/h whereas it clears the distance of 0-60 km/h very quickly in estimated 12 seconds. The fiery speed has been controlled by a very strong braking system loaded the front and the back with 240 mm and 220 mm disc brakes respectively.
Honda CB Trigger 150 pictures an awe-inspiring model which is a result of a great craft-ship and hard-work. The back portion of the bike is as dynamic as the front portion. The model is designed aesthetically. The latest commuter CB Trigger is out in three vital shades like; Pearl Siena Red, Meteor Green Metallic and Black.
Here is a bad news for all honda bike lovers that Honda was going to remove the covers from the latest CBR150R in the Indian bike bazaar this week but it unveiled CB Trigger on the contrary.