Honda had showcased the cosmetically upgraded CBR 150R and CBR 250R at the RevFest earlier this year, alongside the CBR 650F and the CB Hornet 160R. The CBR 650F was launched a few ago, and the CB Hornet 160R will be launched later this year. Meanwhile, the manufacturer has launched the CBR 150R and the CBR 250R in New Delhi.
The Honda CBR 250R has been launched in two variants – the standard bike and one with the Honda Combined Antilock Braking System. It also gets a new set of stickers and refreshed colours – red, black and white. Mechanically, the motorcycle remains unchanged from the previous version, and carries forward the 249cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine that makes 26.15bhp. Honda has priced the motorcycle at Rs 1,60,200 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The Honda CBR 150R has also been refreshed, with a new set of graphics. The colours being offered are green, blue and red. The Honda CBR 150R also remains mechanically unchanged, and carries forward the 149.4 cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine that produces 18.28bhp. Honda has priced the motorcycle at Rs 1,23,200 (ex-showroom, Delhi).