The Honda CB150R Streetfire was recently launched in the Indonesian market and it does look like an interesting proposition. However, with the presence of motorcycles like the Unicorn and X-Blade in its portfolio, the manufacturer is unlikely to launch the CB150R in India. Nevertheless, we take a look at all its details here.
The designers at Honda have made sure the CB150R Streetfire looks sportier than the rest of its segment. With the full-LED lighting for the headlamp and turn indicators, the muscular 12-litre fuel tank with the sharp brushed silver radiator shrouds, the Streetfire does look premium. The edgy underbelly pan and the split grab rails complete its modern and sporty look too.
Honda is offering the CB150R Streetfire in two variants- Standard and Special Edition. While the standard is available in Stinger Red Black and Macho Black, the Special Edition gets an option of Fury Matte Red, Raptor Matte Black, and Armoured Matte Grey.
Decently equipped with features
Apart from the full-LED lighting, the Honda CB150R Streetfire gets an LCD instrument cluster that offers a gear position indicator, speedometer, fuel gauge, and odometer.
Furthermore, Honda has also equipped the CB150R’s package with 37mm USD forks sourced from Showa. At the rear, it gets a monoshock. Meanwhile, braking is done by petal discs at both ends.
Powering the Honda CB150R is a 149cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected motor that is housed in a trellis frame. This motor produces 16.67bhp of power at 9000rpm and 13.8Nm of peak torque at 7000rpm. It comes mated to a six-speed transmission.