Honda CB Trigger

Everything you want to know about CB Trigger

Honda CB Trigger is a highly anticipated naked machine of Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Honda. The bike has been specially designed for Indian commuters and launched by Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI). HMSI is a fully owned group of Honda Motor Company.

The CB Trigger is mated with a 150cc, Air-cooled, spark-ignition, 4-stroke engine. It is powered by a maxim power of 13.81 HP @ 8500 RPM and maximum torque of 12.5 Nm @ 6500 RPM, which is not that impressive for a machine in this segment. It is equipped with a disc brake each at front and rear. This gives ample confidence to the rider as well as stability too while braking even at high speeds. Furthermore, the Combi Brake System (CBS) keep the machine away from skidding. So chances are least to get fell down from the machine as both brakes are applied at the simultaneously.
It is the same monoshock suspension used in the CB Unicorn, is found over here. It makes rides very comfortable.

What Honda lacked in its commuter machines was digital console meters. As the all new CB Trigger is wedded with a sporty digital meter console, things are known at a mere glance for the rider. Above all, Honda certifies a mileage of 60 kmpl under standard conditions. Even though, it is not the bike available in this segment, it has something to showcase before the Indian daily commuters. Let's wait, watch, and experience the new machine in the line-up of Honda.

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Colors of CB Trigger
Pearl Siena Red, Meteor Green Metallic and Black.
CB Trigger Mileage
Mileage Under Standard Test Conditions 60 km per litre
Honda CB Trigger Specifications
Engine Capacity 150.00 cc
Engine Type Air-cooled, spark-ignition, 4-stroke engine.
Engine Starting Kick start and Self start.
Max Power 13.81 HP @ 8500 RPM.
Max Torque 12.5 Nm @ 6500 RPM.
Brake: Front 240 mm disc brake.
Brake: Back 220 mm disc brake.
Suspension: Back Monoshock suspension.

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