Honda CB Trigger 150cc Bike launched in India
Honda Motorcycle and scooter India Pvt. Ltd. has launched their all new 150cc bike called Honda CB Trigger in India today. The bike completes with Hero Hunk, Yamaha FZ-series and Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-I which are amongst the best selling bikes in India.
This is the fourth launch in the 150cc segment by the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer. The first three launched are CB Unicorn, Dazzler and CBR150R.
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Visually Honda CB Trigger looks like a beefed up version of CB Twister.
The new CB Trigger is powered by a 150cc, air-cooled four-stroke, carbureted engine which is produces 13.81 HP of power @ 8500 RPM and 12.5 Nm of torque @ 6500 RPM.
The engine is mated to a 5-speed Gearbox. For accelerating, 1 gear is shifted down while 4 are shifted upwards. The company also claims that it has a fuel efficiency of 60km/liter, which is a great figure in itself.
The Honda CB Trigger brings a first in the segment feature in the form of Combined Break System (CBS) as an option. The CBS applies both front and rear breaks simultaneously which aids stability under hard breaking and reduce breaking as much as 32 per cent.
Some new features also include LED tail lamp, kick start, and fuel capacity of 12-liters. The bike is available in three colors namely Pearl Siena Red, Meteor Green Metallic, Black.
The Honda CB Trigger boast of an upright sitting position, wide seats, black alloy wheels, mono-shock suspension, digital instrument panel, tubeless tires, maintenance free battery and viscous air filter
Some more features of Honda CB Trigger-
|Engine type||Air cooled, 4-stroke, SI engine|
|Power||14 bhp @ 8500 RPM|
|Torque||1-2 Nm @ 6500 RPM|
|Gear box||5 speed gearbox, 1-up 4-down|
|Breaks||240mm disc(front), 220mm disc(rear)|
|Fuel tank||12 liters|
|Battery||12V – 4 Ah|
Price of Honda CB Trigger-
The bike will be offered in three variants namely Standard, Deluxe and CBS. Bookings for the bikes will open from next month.
Honda will announce the price at that time but it is except that the price is nearly around Rs 75000/-(Delhi) and it is also except that the bike is slightly expensive in Mumbai as comparison to New Delhi.
Let’s see how much impact this bike makes on Indian bike lovers.