Honda CB150 Verza utilizes a 149.15 cc one-cylinder PGM-FI engine developing a highest electric power output of 13.2 bhp and 12.73 Nm of peak torque
Honda has announced the costs of the CB150 Verza for the Indonesian marketplace and is priced at IDR 20,290,000 (Rs 1.04 lakh) for the spoke wheel variant and it goes up to IDR 20,945,000 (Rs 1.07 lakh) for the solid wheel edition. The Japanese maker sells the CB150R in diverse avatars in the Southeast Asian markets.
The CB150R Streetfire, CB150 Streetster, and CB150 Ex-Movement are some of the examples while the CB150 Verza is a neo-retro motorbike with the presence of a spherical-shaped headlamp, one-piece seat, upright handlebar position, single-piece grab rail, gasoline tank extensions, black front fender, black alloy wheels up front and rear, and gray completed motor region.
It also boasts of a large-set all-electronic instrument cluster, an automobile-protected key shutter and halogen headlamp, modern switch indicators, and so on. The gasoline tank potential stands at 12.2 litres. As for the effectiveness, it will come geared up with a 149.15 cc single-cylinder PGM-FI motor, which is great enough to establish a most energy output of 13.2 bhp at 8,500 rpm.
The peak torque stands at 12.73 Nm and the powertrain is connected with a 5-pace transmission. The Honda CB150 Verza’s performance numbers and its retro attraction recommend that it could be on par with the freshly launched Yamaha FZ-X in India. The Honda CB150 Verza is equipped with telescopic front forks and adjustable twin rear suspension.
In addition, it makes use of a entrance disc set up with a hydraulic process and a drum brake at the rear. The entry-level neo-retro bike is out there in three colors in the Indonesian current market these kinds of as Bold Crimson, Macho Matte Black, and Masculine Black. Honda has prolonged been anticipated to convey the CB150 collection to India but almost nothing definitely arrived to fruition.
The possibilities of the Honda CB150 Verza reaching India are really trim as effectively. Honda not long ago introduced the CB350RS, a scrambler dependent on the H’ness CB350 and is bought by way of BigWing dealerships. It utilizes the similar engine as the H’ness but has visible variances such as the up to date front and rear ends and a new tuck and roll seat.