Honda CRF 150 is the entry-level dirt bike for beginners.
Introduced back in 2003 for the first time, the Honda CRF 150 is set to be launched in an updated avatar. A report in an Indonesian website TMC Blog reveals that the 2017 Honda CRF 150 will be launched in Indonesia towards end of June.
The report adds that the 2017 Honda CRF 150 will look similar to the Honda CRF 230 and will gain a new upside down fork up front. The bike will be shod with a 21-inch wheel in the front and 18-inch unit in the rear. The rear drum brake is expected to be replaced with a disc setup.
The 2017 Honda CRF 150 will also gain a new digital instrumentation. The bike is claimed to borrow the 149.2 cc mill from the discontinued Honda Verza. The fuel injected, single cylinder, SOHC engine was mated to a 5-speed gearbox and produced 13.2 PS of power and 12.7 Nm of torque.
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The 2017 Honda CRF 150 will not be making its way to India. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt Ltd though said 4 new products will launch this fiscal.
[Source: TMC Blog]