Honda CB Trigger Review, Features and Price in India

Honda CB Trigger Specifications and Price in India

Honda CB Trigger

Honda CB Trigger Review

The 150cc bike segment is currently dominated by the Bajaj Pulsar, TVS Apache, Yamaha FZ-S such giants. Honda CB Trigger is a new attempt from Honda two wheelers to find a better place in 150cc market with the introduction new bike with added features. The bike, Honda CB Trigger launched recently in three variants and three color options. The price tag is affordable starting from Rs. 67,400. You have optional dual disc feature from three variants. Average of 60kmpl is the offered company mileage. Read the review about more details of a Honda CB Trigger below.

Look, Style and Dimensions

Honda CB Trigger looks aggressive and powerful with its stylish design and finest color combination. Larger wheel base, new designed silencer, musculine tank, alloys, stylish headlamp and tail lamp, Digital Fuel Guage/Tacho Meter/Trip Meter/Speedometer all these adding to the perfect look of this bike. It weights 137kg with dimensions of 2045mm X 757mm X 1060mm (length x width x height). Ground clearance of Honda CB Trigger is 175mm.

Engine and Performance

Honda CB Trigger is powered by the powerful 149.1cc, Air-Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI engine that is capable to produce power of 10.3 kw (14 bhp)@8500 rpm and torque of 12.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm on ride. The engine mated with Constant Mesh, 5 Speed Gear transmission offers you the best driving experience and strong performance. It will take 6 seconds to reach 0-60kmph.

Honda CB Trigger Mileage

Honda CB Trigger offers mileage of 60kmpl in highway and 45kmpl in city ride.

Available Variants

  • Honda CB Trigger FD
  • Honda CB Trigger FRD
  • Honda CB Trigger CBS

Comfort and Safety Features

Honda CB Trigger equipped with good suspension and braking features. Telescopic forks suspension used in front  and rear Monoshock. For your safety it is packed with larger wheel base, high ground clearance, powerful headlamp, tubeless tyres etc. 240mm Disc brakes fitted in front and 220mm disc in rear for best braking(optional). The bike also comes with features like Self Start, Passenger Footrest, Step-up Seat, Pass-light, Low fuel/oil/battery indicator etc.

Available Color Options

  • Pearl Siena Red
  • Meteor Green Metallic
  • Black

Honda CB Trigger Price in India (Ex-Showroom, Delhi)

  • Honda CB Trigger FD: Rs. 67,400/-
  • Honda CB Trigger FRD: Rs. 70,100/-
  • Honda CB Trigger CBS: Rs. 76,900/-

Honda CB Trigger Full Technical Specifications

 Features of the model of bike  Honda CB Trigger CBS 150cc bike
Displacement 149.1cc
Engine 149.1cc, Air-Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI engine
Max power 10.3 kw (14 bhp)@8500 rpm
Max torque 12.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm
Fuel consumption(high way) 60kmpl
Fuel consumption(city) 45kmpl
Seating capacity 2
Starting System Kick / Self
Dimension(length x width x height) 2045mm X 757mm X 1060mm
Top speed 110kmph
Gears Constant Mesh, 5 Speed Gear
Pass light Yes
Weight 137kgs
Ground clearance 175mm
Fuel tank 12 litres
Suspension front Telescopic Suspension
Suspension rear Monosuspension
Stand alarm Yes
Foot rest Yes
Brakes(front) Disc 240mm Dia
Breaks (rear) Disc 220mm Dia (CBS) – Optional
Chassis type Advance Design Diamond Frame
speedometer Digital
Headlamp 35/35 W
Battery 12V – 4 Ah
Tyre Size front 80/100-17 M/C 46P
Tyre Size rear 110/80-17 M/C 57P
Wheel base 1325mm
Self start Yes
Fuel gauge Digital
Tacho meter Digital
Low fuel/oil/battery indicator Yes
Alloys Yes
Tail lamp LED
Tubeless Yes
Price Rs. 67,400 – Rs. 76,900
Colors Pearl Siena Red, Meteor Green Metallic and Black
others Step-up Seat

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9 thoughts on “Honda CB Trigger Review, Features and Price in India

  1. Anonymous
    December 20, 2013 at 9:57 am

    Good looking bike

  2. owais
    November 6, 2013 at 6:38 pm

    it has low oil & battery indication on digital speedometre or no please tell ……..

  3. Anonymous
    October 8, 2013 at 7:52 am

    Suspension’s are not enough powerful to drive in Indian roads……

  4. Anonymous
    September 5, 2013 at 4:32 pm

    any vibration ,sound problem

  5. sajith k
    August 19, 2013 at 4:48 pm

    Yes. you awesomely reviewed Honda CB Trigger. Thanks a lot for that.

  6. sachin bhise
    August 13, 2013 at 11:07 pm

    great bik. On every aspect,
    Easily catches speeds on any gear

  7. Amal J Kuniyil
    July 24, 2013 at 5:16 pm

    Honda’s decision to add ABS on trigger is amazing. This will lead to catch the indian two wheeler market. CB Trigger having amazing finishing also. Super bike. I already have unicorn and i am going to purchase trigger for my relative. i will choose ABS fitted cb trigger. It will be give more safe in driving.

    1. Anonymous
      August 5, 2013 at 11:55 am

      Hey man. . .its CBS not ABS. . . CBS Stands for Combined Breaking System. . ABS is for four wheelers. . .

      1. Deepak
        October 7, 2013 at 1:15 pm

        Hello boss ABS do apply in motorbikes. Apache RTR 180 has got ABS which is anti-locking brake system. whereas trigger has got CBS (Combined Braking System)..

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