Honda showcased the updated CBR 150R and CBR 250R at the RevFest 2015. However, the changes are limited to the looks of the motorcycles, and include a dual-tone paintjob and a new set of stickers.
The company has not made any modifications to the motorcycles under the skin. The Honda CBR 250R retains the 249cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine that makes 26.15bhp. Similarly, the Honda CBR 150R carries forward the
149.4 cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke heart that produces 18.28bhp.
Honda seems to have no plan to alter these motorcycles mechanically. The company also refrained from commenting on the CBR 300R's launch in India, but we expect it to be scheduled for some time later next year. As for the existing CBRs, the prices haven't been revealed yet, but the cosmetically upgraded motorcycles will be available later this year.