The 2021 Honda CB150R has been unveiled in the Indonesian market. Being a naked streetfighter, it has been christened as CB150R StreetFire. It is not expected to launch in India as Honda bikes believe that the Indian market is a price sensitive one and the CB150R could be too much for it. The Japanese brand has also introduced a Special Edition (SE) variant of the motorcycle with a few aesthetic enhancements. Honda CB150R StreetFire price starts at IDR 29,700,000 (Around Rs 1.53 Lakhs) while the SE variant is priced at IDR 30,700,000 (Around Rs 1.58 Lakhs).
The 2021 Honda CB150R StreetFire gets an array of cosmetic updates on the fuel tank, shroud and undercows. The motorcycle is equipped with a tapered handlebar, inverted front suspension and a fully digital panel meter display. It is offered in two color schemes namely Macho Black and Stinger Red Black. On the other hand, the 2021 Honda CB150R StreetFire SE is available in three paint shades - Fury Matte Red, Raptor Matte Black, and Armored Matte Gray. In addition, the Special Edition has a Burnt Titanium color on the handlebar and wheels. Also, with the undercarriage pinned to the bottom of the bike, it appears even more robust. Not to forget the 3D emblem logo on the fuel tank, which gives it a special identity.
Underpinning a trellis frame, the 2021 CB150R StreetFire rides on wider tires with disc brakes at the front as well as rear. The company has made LED lighting as standard both upfront and at the rear end. The bike is powered by the same 150cc single-cylinder liquid cooled petrol engine which develops a top power of 16.2bhp and peak torque of 13.7Nm. The engine is linked to a 6-speed transmission. Having a top speed of 125kmph, the 2021 CB150R StreetFire mileage stands at 40.50kmpl based on the ECE R40 testing method with EURO 3 standards. It has a fuel tank capacity of 12 litres while the acceleration has been recorded as 10.5 seconds for touching the 200m mark from standstill.