2021 Honda CB150R Streetfire Hornet 2.0 inspired motorcycle launched in the Indonesian market, coming soon in India as well.
- 2021 Honda CB150R priced from IDR 2,97,00,000
- 2021 Honda CB150R equipped with better features and equipment’s compared with its predecessor
- Honda CB150R continues to powered with 149.1 cc liquid cool engine
Honda has announced the launch of the 2021 CB150R Streetfire, Hornet 2.0 inspired sports bike in the Indonesian market. The 2021 CB150R priced from IDR 2,97,00,000 (which translates as INR Rs 1.53 lakh ex-showroom), for standard variant and for special variant it costs IDR 3,07,00,000 (Converted INR Rs 1.58 lakh approx.). Honda’s two-wheeler makers are planning to launch CB150R Streetfire in the Indian market soon, while it would be a little expensive in India. Honda offers CB150R in two variants – Standard and Special edition, along with five color paint schemes.
The New Honda CB150R Streetfire sports an update on its styling and gets the updated equipment’s for a better riding experience compared with its predecessor. The styling looks sportier than the ongoing model courtesy of restyled bodywork, while the overall bike design elements seem a little busy majorly around the neck of the bike. The Bike gets a small LCD instrument cluster that shows a speedometer, revolution, trip, fuel gauge, and gear position indicator. The motorcycle also features a tapered handlebar for rider comfort, along with a single-piece seat and center footpegs.
The Bike rides on a 37mm USD front forks suspension and rear monoshock suspension unit. The braking is handled by twin disc brakes, a single disc on both wheels. Other, features include 17-inch alloy wheels and all LED lighting all over the bike. The standard trim available with Stinger red black and Macho black, while Special available with Furry Matte red, Matte Grey, and raptor Matte black. As for performance, the bike continues to power with a 149.16 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, which belts out 16.9PS/13.8Nm. the engine paired with a 6-speed sequential gearbox, with a top speed of 125 Kmph.