Sri Lanka: LKR. 315,000
In India this model Honda CB Trigger had been discontinued and replaced by the Honda CB Hornet 160R Motorcycle. But this motorbike is having good sales in Bangladesh and Pakistan. Honda CB Trigger 150 CC is popularly known in Sri Lanka as Honda CB Trigger is also available in Pakistan and Bangladesh. The special of this motorcycle is that it comes with the latest braking system called as CBS advanced combined braking system. The system will efficiently break the bike by applying both the brakes simultaneously to support stability of the bike. Trigger 150 cc engine is of four-stroke and provides 14.14PS @ 8,500rpm and boasts a torque figure of 12.5Nm @ 6,500rpm. It is fitted with digital instrumental panel and viscous air filter and LED tail lamps. Alloy-wheels to match it beautiful look. Other features are wider tubeless tires, Mono Shock, Stylish LED Tail Light, Dual disc, Aggressive from stance, Masculine Tank and Striking silencer design.
Honda CB Trigger 150 Specifications.
Engine Type: Honda's Air-Cooled, 4-stroke, SI engine
Displacement: 149 cc
Cooling System: Air Cooled
Max Power: 14 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Maximum Torque: 12.5 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
Bore: 63 mm
Stroke: 47 mm
Fuel Delivery System: Carburetor
No. of Gears: 5
Ground Clearance: 175 mm
Kerb Weight: 135 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity: 12 L
Top speed: 110 Km/h
Mileage: 60 km/l
Front Brake: 240mm Disc (CBS)
Rear Brake: 220mm Disc
This CB Trigger is the fourth in the 150cc segment produced by the Japanese two wheel manufacturer Honda. This follows the CB Unicorn, Dazzler and CBR150R.
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