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Honda CBR150R has its direct encounter with Karizma ZMR and Yamaha R15.
The styling of the bike has been done to attract the youngsters of the nation.
Its braking system which is armed with disc brakes, plays an important role to provide much safety irrespective of the conditions of the roads.
These figures are pretty healthy for a 150cc bike and you will never feel that there is a lack of power while riding this machine.
In terms of comfort, the Honda CBR 150R seems to be well-prepared for the bumpy roads and to offer the riders a journey with a lot of luxury.
Honda CBR150R is blessed with a four-stroke, mono-cylinder 149.4 cc engine. The water-cooled, 4 valve engine scoops out the maximum power output of 17.58 bhp and the peak torque output is 12.66 Nm available at 8500 rpm.
CBR 150R, the sports -star from Honda is up for its high reviving engine, excellent handling, precise brakes.
The Honda CBR150R can be easily billed as a supersport 150cc motorcycle, which can be easily put to everyday usage, as well as for sport-filled rides on weekends. It's a pure value for money product owing to its great usability and versatility.
The bike feels comfortable for the rider, without being losing on the agility of a 150cc motorcycle.
The bike has clip-on handlebars and rear set foot pegs, which tunes up the seating posture in a sporty manner.
The suspension setup is a combination of front telescopic forks and rear monoshock which is a perfect balance between aggressive handling and pliant ride quality.
The brakes are also excellent, with discs at both ends, and the option of ABS makes the deal even more fruitful.
A transparent front visor above the headlamp and clear lens indicators finish off the front look.
Honda CBR150R Mileage As far as the mileage of Honda CBR150R is concerned, it gives a decent mileage of 32 km/l on short revs whereas on long revs, it delivers a fantastic mileage of 45 km/l on long and big highway roads.
Its sporty full cowling gives it a muscular look.