The Honda CBR 150R has recently launched in Thailand now ready to hit Indian roads very soon. An another Honda CBR 250R which is entry level sports segment bike also will comes with it. It is expected that both the bikes will be launched by the first quarter of 2011 or may be before Diwali this year.
The Honda CBR 150R and 250R come loaded with (PGM-Fi) Programmable fuel injection technology which makes them different from other bikes and make them very fuel efficient. Both the bikes have classy-sporty and very attractive look which attracts everybody.
The commuter CBR 150R has loaded with 4 Stroke, air cooled, DOHC, 149.4cc mill and the has 6 Speed Manual Transmission which makes it different than other similar bikes in India. This powerful engine of the bike delivers maximum Power Of 19.5 Bhp and top torque of 17 Nm with excellent torque.
The commuter segment Honda CBR 150R has very attractive body design and features. In terms of design and styling it seems that Honda designers had supersports bike VFR1200F in mind while designing the CBR150R. With its excellent performance the bike has compete with Yamaha R-15, Fazer, Hero Honda Hunk and Bajaj Pulsar.
On the other hand its CBR 250R is the entry level sports bike which has blessed with liquid cooled capacity, 4 stroke, double cylinder, DOHC, 250cc powerplant. This powerful engine of the bike generates excellent power and torque; the bike provides quick acceleration in just seconds. With these advanced technologies blessed CBR 250R has compete with Kawasaki Ninja 250 which is the most popular bike in the market.
It is expected both the bikes will available with colour range of Sporty RWB (Red-White-Blue HRC), Black (with black wings), Red (with black wings) etc. Both the bikes has expected price of Rs. 1 and 1.5 lakh for CBR 150cc and CBR 250cc.
Already Honda Dazzler, Unicorn, CB Twister, Shine and popular Activa are getting good response from market and leaving back another major bike makers. It is expected these upcoming both bikes will get good response from Indian youths.