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Honda CB Trigger Dlx

Honda CB Trigger Dlx

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The 150cc segment is the most popular in India, without any doubt. It’s a segment which acts as a bridge between commuter bikes and performance motorcycles, this way you can have a bit of both. The most popular 150cc bikes in India are the Bajaj Pulsar 150 and Honda Unicorn.... Read More

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The TVS Apache RTR 160/180 models are too small to have the same kind of presence that the FZ has, the Hero Xtreme is not too everyone's taste in its styling, the Hero Hunk, Suzuki GS 150R bring nothing special to the table and the Pulsar 150 is too common... Read More

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The Honda Unicorn has been one of the mainstays of the Honda stable. Setting new benchmarks in engine refinement and with its bullet-proof reliability, the Unicorn except a few cosmetic changes has remained unchanged since inception and continues to have a special niche in the 150cc premium commuter segment. Read More

Armed with traditional Honda refinement, the Trigger is an extremely capable motorcycle further armed with fabulous handling and braking manners. The short geared nature might not earn it a tag of a mile muncher, but it makes up for a brilliant city tool for someone looking to upgrade to a premium commuter class. A comfortable seating position, a light clutch connected to a near flawless gearbox while retaining the benchmark...



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The 150cc segment of motorcycles is indeed a difficult one to penetrate mainly because within itself there are three sub-segments – the first one caters to a slightly mature, older customers who focus more on the technology and efficiency of a machine. The second sub-segment comprises premium 150cc motorcycles such... Read More

Leaving the cost aspect aside, the Trigger does the intended task of a stylish 150cc commuter and is definitely a worthy replacement to the Dazzler.



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Let the battle commence! Yamaha and Honda are arch rivals around the globe. In India, it is all about volumes. Yamaha has targeted the youth and the premium segment with the well-established FZ and Fazer, which are scaled down versions of higher capacity motorcycles. The 150cc avatars of these twins... Read More

Yamaha proves it again that it makes the best motorcycles for keen riders out there. With a minor compromise on practicality, it is the best out there. However, all that comes with a big price tag too. The equally fantastic and practical Honda CB Trigger with CBS retails at Rs. 90,000/- (on road Mumbai) that is bang on against the Fazer, hence the comparison. Nevertheless, if you consider the CB...



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tests the new Honda CB Trigger, a 150cc motorcycle from Honda which replaces the CB Dazzler. The CB Trigger is essentially the Dazzler with new clothes, new styling and slight tweaks underneath. The engine of the CB Trigger is the same 150cc unit found on the Unicorn and Dazzler. The... Read More





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Honda’s aggressive market take-over strategy continues. As promised, Honda is launching new products every quarter. The second product this year from the Honda stable is the Honda CB Trigger. A 150 cc motorcycle positioned at the premium end but priced significantly better than before. The bike is based on the... Read More

The CB Trigger is by no doubt a Dazzler in disguise and not to forget the fact that it is a replacement for the Dazzler. The replacement has been well packaged. Honda has added whatever was required to add flare to the package and attract 150cc customers back to their showrooms. The CB Trigger’s lowest variant is priced exactly around the Pulsar 150 (Rs. 79,335 on-road, Mumbai). This makes the...



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Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India’s latest offering is the CB Trigger naked streetbike, a sequel to the CB Unicorn Dazzler. The 150cc CB Trigger looks purposeful and modern, taking some of its styling cues from the full size CB1000R. The CB Trigger will sell alongside Honda's popular 150cc Unicorn in... Read More

The CB Trigger has a lot going for it, including proven Honda reliability, but it isn’t the most attractively priced bike for this segment, and does have to contend with able rivals including segment leader Bajaj’s Pulsar 150 DTS-i, Yamaha’s FZ bikes and TVS’s sporty Apache RTR 160, which could prove no mean task.




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