Honda has not given the BS4 engine update to the CBR150R and CBR250R bikes, and has also axed them from its portfolio.

Honda CBR150R Long Term Test
The CBR150R uses the fuel-injected 149cc mill that produces 18.28 HP of power

Honda was hesitant to the give the CBR150R and the CBR250R some much needed updates, and both the bikes had been in the market for quite a long time without receiving any major updates. Honda launched the newer version of the CBR150R in the Indonesian market last year, but that coming to India again was doubtful.

It has been 3 weeks since the ban on sale and registration of BS3 vehicles, and still Honda has not given the CBR150R and CBR250R BS4 updates. Honda has also removed both the bikes from their website. Honda’s further moves on the CBR150R and the CBR250R are not clear, as to whether they will retain the existing models and make them BS4 compliant or will they launch new models.

CBR250R Discontinued

– The CBR150R and CBR250R have been removed from the official website
– Both the bikes haven’t been given the BS4 update
– Honda’s next moves aren’t clear with regards to the CBR150R and CBR250R

The Honda CBR250R was launched in the year 2011