2021 Honda CB150R Streetfire Launched In Japan-A Rival Of Yamaha MT15
Asia has a hunger for cheap pocket rockets. The main explanation that producers in these industries develop a host of goods to provide the young riders a variety of choices. This is why we have suppliers. Honda is launching the new CB150R Streetfire variant in Indonesia in the same wake. Honda has worked tirelessly to mark the upgrade and now the little roadster looks sharper than ever.
It can be said that these days before we upgrade to a 200-300cc motorcycle, we are flying around with a geared scooter or an alive commuter motorcycle!
The 2021 Honda CB150R Streetfire has been completely redesigned to increase its overall esthetic performance as a sleek, sporty shuttle service provider. The CB150R Streetfire is available in two variations – standard and special–and boasts an outstanding class kit.
In comparison with the previous telescopic units, it now receives a beefier inverted fork. Even a digital LCD, LED, and turn indications are displayed.
2021 Honda CB150R Streetfire powers a 149.16cc PGM-FI engine with a trellis frame that provides 16.67bhp at 9000rpm and 13.8Nm at 7000rpm torque. This enables it to reach 125kph high speed. All that power has been reduced by a manual six-speed drive. It installs wavy disk brakes on both ends for efficient braking. And Showa 37mm front and swinging arm forks with a single suspension at the rear ensure that the bike ride is done inverted.
The 2021 Honda CB150 Streetfire is priced on the Indonesia market at IDR 2,97,00,000 (around ISD 1,53 lakh) for the regular version and IDR 3,07,00,000 for the Special Edition variant (INR 1.58 lakh approx). It’s possible that the motorcycle won’t start on the Indian market soon, because it’s too pricey for a price-sensitive market like ours.