Boon Siew Honda has officially unveiled the 2021 Honda CBR150R for the Malaysian market.
Marketed as the new baby brother of the Honda CBR250RR, this 150cc sports bike comes with a number of big-bike parts with a reasonable price tag.
Design-wise, the 2021 Honda CBR150R does carry the CBR250RR cues, especially its front headlight setup.
All LED lights from front to back gives the bike a more modern and aggressive appeal while its fully digital meter display further amps its sporty look and feel.
Underneath all that jazz lies a 150cc single-cylinder DOHC PGM-Fi engine that produces around 16hp (12kW) at 9,000rpm and 14.4Nm of torque at 7,000rpm.
All that power is sent to the rear wheel via a six-speed manual transmission with the addition of an assist/slipper clutch.
Just like the CBR250RR, the 2021 CBR150R also comes with upside/down front forks, which are becoming more common on entry-level bikes nowadays.
Interestingly the 2021 CBR150R is equipped with a dual-channel ABS model and Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) for added safety.
There are two colours available namely Mat Charcoal Gray Metallic and Candy Scintillate Red.
The 2021 Honda CBR150R is available for a price of RM12,499.