Honda had introduced the CB Trigger to the audience in March this year and the manufacturer has now announced the prices of the 150cc bike which comes with a starting price of Rs. 67,384/- (ex-showroom Delhi) and is available with three colour options namely Pearl Siena Red, Meteor Green Metallic and Black. The CB Trigger will be offered with three variants including Standard, which features front disc brake, Deluxe version featuring front and rear disc brake, while the range topping version CBS comes with front and rear disc brake with Combi Brake System.
The CB Trigger is targeted to the youth with its modern styling elements and will compete with the likes of the Hero Hunk, Yamaha FZ-series and Bajaj Pulsar 180. Honda has equipped the CB Trigger with the first in segment Combi Brake System (CBS) as an option, which reduces stopping distance by 32 percent. The Honda CB Trigger features a 150cc, air-cooled, spark-ignition, 4-stroke, carbureted engine which produces 14 BHP of maximum power at 8500 RPM and 12.5 Nm of peak torque at 6500 RPM, mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.
The manufacturer claims an impressive fuel efficiency of 60 km/liter on the CB Trigger. The bike weighs 137 kgs and has a fuel tank capacity of 12-litres. The key features of the bike include fully digital instrument cluster, black alloy wheels, full gear lever, full chain case, diamond frame, monoshock rear suspension, 240 mm front disc brake, 220 mm rear disc brake, tubeless tyres, LED tail light, viscous air filter and maintenance free battery. The CB Trigger looks similar to the slow selling Honda Dazzler and we expect Honda will discontinue the Dazzler and position the CB Trigger as its replacement.