Honda CB 150F:
After prominent motorbike market place in Pakistan for generations with effective models in the classification of 70cc, 125cc and a fast rising 100cc bike, Atlas Honda Ltd. has released 150cc motorcycle to provide to the higher end section.
Start Honda 150cc motorcycle designed on latest technology never only features a steadier drive and finest petrol economy in its class but also gives unmatched security and protection functions to suit specifications of Pakistani clients, the company mentioned in a media release on the day of Wed.
At an event organised at Emporium Mall Lahore, Atlas Honda exposed its hottest 150cc motorcycle, the Honda CB 150F.
Honda CB 150 Brings together a sleek design and style, many security functions and more for those who are searching for a bike that balances efficiency and looks.
Major characteristics include:
Honda CB150F built in Turbo Engine Technology, ASV & ACV used for most effective engine overall performance, “High Efficiency Self Start System” using several roller bearings and spark less styling brushes, 5-speed continuous mesh, non-cyclic Transmission for sleek gear shift. Servicing Free strong backup battery, die casted “Z Section Spokes” metal rims best suitable for Pakistani roads.
Motorbike is loaded with a variety of safety functions that provide to local needs.
The magnetic key protection assures use of only the unique key to operate motorcycle. Front side disc brake, car type speed-o-meter rankings, strong longest tail protection and safety chain guide process guarantees a great riding expertise with peace of imagination.
Full Specification About Honda CB 150F :
General Manager Discussions:
Afaq Ahmed General Manager discover Atlas Honda said that the annual capability of Atlas Honda plants after the development is 1.35 million units per annual and manufacturing statistics of last year were 920,640 units products.
Discussing about their strategies for the trade of this and other designs, Honda said that they are currently dispatching some existing designs to Afghanistan and Bangladesh.