Friday, September 16, 2016

The all-new Honda CBR150R is here!

 During the launching of Honda CBR150R (left to right): Ronald Carreon, HPI Deputy Dept. Manage r; Susumu Mitsuishi, Gen. Manager MC Sales Division Honda Motor Company Ltd.; Daiki Mihara, HPI President and Elie Salamangkit, HPI Product Planning Manager


Last September 11, 2016,Manila, Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI) is bringing the thrill of racing to the country as it unveils newest Honda Gen S sportsmotorcycle model - the all-new Honda CBR150R. Giving the local market the chance to experience the speed and power of its latest racing machine, to meet the demand of Filipino riders for a high-quality sports bike.


Mr. Elie Salamangkit, HPI Product Planning Manager discussed the 3 most important parts of CBR150R: 1) Chassis Concept – Weight reduction and mass centralization; 2) Power unit concept – Class-leading performance from low-mid to high end and 3) Styling concept – New styling riding sensation at first sight. In his discussion he also mentioned that CBR150R has a Pro-Link Rear Suspension System which means has a high ability to adjust to the road condition and allows shock on the seat feels more comfortable.

The all-new Honda CBR150Rsportsan aggressive design. Its dual keen eye headlight exemplifies its sleek and sporty exterior along with its side cowl, rear side cowl, and new stylish muffler. Inspired by MotoGP DNA, the all-new Honda CBR150R is equipped with a 150cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC – 4 valve enginethatdelivers up to 12.6kW/ 9,000rpm max power and 13.0 Nm/7,500 rpm max power of torque. Thanks to PGM-FI fuel supply system, which complies with EURO3 emission standard, the all-new Honda CBR150R’s engine is fuel-efficient and environment-friendly.

The all-new Honda CBR150R is also equipped with double disc-brake, digital meter panel with integrated information (speedometer, odometer, trip meter, fuel meter, clock, and engine temperature), new aluminum rear foot step, and secure key shutter. “Bringing theall-new Honda CBR150R tothe Philippines is part of HPI’s efforts to ignite the passion of riding among new riders and enthusiasts. This is their chance to experience the thrill of Honda racing,” said HPI president Daiki Mihara.




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