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The SR150 is derived from the European from the SR Motard 125. But, with 95% localisation it is properly Made-In-India.
Sharp lines for the plastic panels and handsome graphics give the SR150 a racy look.
The tyres, wheels, suspension and chassis setup work towards making one crisp point - the SR150 can handle!
The responsive motor makes the SR150 striking not just to blast around on, but to cut through city traffic as well.
One beam is the low beam and the other is the high-beam
220mm Bybre disc brake is strong and thankfully not too sharp. The 10-spoke alloy wheels look properly sharp.
Only analogue instrument cluster is used to meet aggressive cost targets. Future variants, in 2017, will get analogue and digital units.
A pass flash switch is a very welcome feature on any vehicle.
Can you spot the pillion footrest?
As it sits flush with the panels, need to pull out the footpeg by hand. The alloy unit feels solid.
Storage space is adequate as long as you don’t want to pack in a full face helmet. There are no LEDs in there or charging ports.
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