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  1. "The CB150R shares design cues with the larger CB1000R, sans a fairing, as prominently visible in its headlight and turn signal indicators. It’s a sporty looking, naked motorcycle with racy decals, and an exposed steel frame, which at first glance looks like it could have been better finished. Alloy wheels are standard.The CB150R shares its engine with the CBR150R, already available in India. The CB150R uses the same 149.4cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine as found on the mini Fireblade, and is named the Streetfire in that market. Honda has provided the CB150R with a kickstarter in addition to its button starter.Telescopic fork front suspension is standard, while a single monoshock does duty at rear. Disk brakes are deployed front and rear.The CB150R is a motorcycle that makes sense for India, and will give Honda another model to take on able 150cc Indian rivals like Yamaha’s FZ-S and the Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i. Honda has confirmed the CB150R will not be launched in this calendar year, but do expect to see this bike on our roads within 2013. "- ACI In a nutshell Its 150cc, so adequately powerful Its a Honda, so reliable and FE Its a FI, so again more FE Its Liquid cool, so best for long drive Its naked, so can be chucked into traffic easily & is should be cheaper than R15 Once a hit, will force Yamaha to bring its V-ixion, another 150cc naked version of R15 All in all, this stellar combination will make it a huge hit. If priced right, this should hit Pulsar/FZ/Apache/R15...etc