Honda has launched the CB Trigger 150, which is the update version of the CB Dazzler with some new styling and of course a bigger power house. There was a lot of buzz regarding the launch of the CBR150R but Honda did surprise us by launching the CB Trigger instead. The CB Trigger 150 will carry on with the reputation of a commuter bike just as its elder sibling but being placed position in the 150 segment it clearly wants to attract younger buyers. Having said that, the CB Trigger 150 will compete with Yamaha FZ series and Pulsar 180.
The CB Trigger 150 will be made available in three variants, the top-end model will be equipped with a combi brake system which reduces the stopping distance significantly and will be the first bike featuring the CBS in the 150cc segment. The CB Trigger will be powered by a 150cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke engine which will be producing 13.81 HP power at 8500 RPM and a 12.5Nm of torque at 6500 RPM coupled to a 5-speed gear box. With all this put together Honda claims a mileage a fuel economy of 60kmpl for the CB Trigger.
On the styling part, CB Trigger offers an upright riding position, digital instrument panel, LED tails lights, alloy wheels and mono-shock rear suspension. The cuts on the tank and the faring add the sporty look to the bike. The color options include, Black, Meteor Green Metallic and Pearl Siena RED.
The booking of the CB Trigger is open and the delivery is expected to start in May-2013. The bike will be available in three variants, the CB Trigger Standard which features front disc brakes, CB Trigger Deluxe features front and rear disc brakes and the CB Trigger CBS which is the top-end version with the combi brake system. The price of the CB Trigger is expected to be around same as the Rs. 67,000 for the entry-level to up to Rs. 80,000 for the CBS version (All prices, Ex-showroom Mumbai).
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