MANILA, Philippines — The Honda Philippines Incorporated (HPI) President Daiki Mihara led the launching of the all-new Honda CBR150R, a street motorbike with an avant-garde design and cutting edge technology cues derived from the motorbikes of Honda MotoGP team riders Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa.
Mihara noted that the three major features of the new CBR150R which he solely believes will catch the interest of motorcycle enthusiasts wanting a daily commuter motorbike, but are also itching to race during the weekends.
First thing first, the new Honda CBR150R boats with a 150cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine, DOHC engine of Honda MotoGP DNA, four-valve cylinder which provides top-notch performance. Secondly, the CBR150R’s new cross-frame chassis provides an remarkable stability, agility and comfort to the rider and passenger by way of weight reduction and mass centralization for a maximum power torque.
Additionally, the new CBR150R adopted the twin-LED headlights from the Honda MotoGP team’s bikes and a new digital meter panel display for enhanced riding ergonomics. That said, the CBR150R’s new display highlights the speedometer, odometer, trip meter, fuel gauge, as well as clock and engine temperature.
Moreover, the new CBR150R, which now has the genes of Honda MotoGP team riders Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa, now sports a pro-link rear mono-shock suspension for a flexible riding stability.
The CBR150R strictly complies with EURO3 emissions standards. The Honda Philippines Incorporated new CBR150R motorbike product launch at the Bonifacio Global City and was followed by a public hands-on and test ride and a mini race.
Honda’s CBR150R is now available in three color combinations variants, the all-new Honda CBR150R is priced at P150,000 for the black color version, if you want and edgy sporting looking red color you may get it at P152,000, and the Repsol special edition color variant will cost you P155,000.