Honda CB150R StreetFire Limited Edition launched in Indonesia – Report

Posted on: Dec 16, 2015 - 9:42am IST

No change in performance.

The Honda CB150R StreetFire Special Edition has been launched in Indonesia. It is a limited edition of the CB150R street fighter that is targeted at customers seeking a racier look. The model is priced IDR 104,800 (INR 5,000) higher than the standard CB150R, at IDR 26.4 million (INR 1.26 lakhs).

Honda CB150R StreetFire Special Edition launched in Indonesia
The Honda CB150R StreetFire Special Edition is priced at IDR 26.4 million (INR 1.26 lakhs).

The special edition is characterised only by styling changes and everything mechanical stays the same. The highlights of the StreetFire version include a compact visor, a red coloured chassis, red finished alloy wheels, a grey coloured belly pan and a golden finish for the engine. In conjunction with the coloured parts, the model is offered in two body colour themes – White and Speedy Raptor Black.

Honda CB150R StreetFire Special Edition white launched in Indonesia
The limited edition CB150R is offered in two colours – white and black.

The limited edition CB150R can be further spruced up with new accessories that PT Astra Honda Motor has added in store, which includes a new fender, a tank pad, a fuel-lid pad, a radiator guard, an engine guard and a pillion seat cowl.

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The Honda CB150R StreetFire uses the same 150 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that produces 16.9 PS at 9,000 rpm and 13.8 Nm at 7,000 rpm. It is paired with a six-speed gearbox. The fuel efficiency of the motorcycle is claimed to be 40.6 km//l.

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[Source: Iwan Banaran]

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