Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Honda CB150F


After three decades of ensuring its dominance over the local motorcycle industry, Honda Atlas has ventured into manufacturing 150cc motorcycles locally. The new Honda CB150F was launched on May 3rd, 2017, at a Honda Dealers’ Convention in Lahore.


Apart from its 150cc engine, the product is offered with a full three year-warranty, which is a lot longer than the meager industry standard of six months. Reportedly, the new Honda CB150F is a totally new product after the launch of CG125 three decades ago. It must be kept in mind that the company has taken its time to carefully calibrate the market potential to launch a new product. With a ventilated front disc brake, vibrant speedometer with gear indicator, trip meter, RPM and fuel gauge, the new Honda CB150F is introduced at a competitive price tag of Rs 159,000.


Compared to its ancient looking competition Suzuki GS150, this motorbike offers aggressive riding styles with sublime contours across its fuel tank and windshield. It must be noted that Honda Atlas has fitted an electric start option in this bike along with xenon headlamp, which is further complimented by LED fog lights. This motorcycle comes equipped with a 12V dry battery which is engineered to outperform its liquid cell counterpart. Since the introduction of Honda Deluxe, this is the second motorbike to have five gears and a front (ventilated) disc brake. The CB 150F is stylish and sporty with an aluminium coated grab rail. The alloy rims are aluminium die casted.

The magnetic ignition protection in the bike ascertains that it operates only through the use of the neodymium magnet key. The shutter lock system helps seal the keyhole shut if the key is not in place. The viscous air filter that the bike utilizes is known for improved cleaning efficiency. The price of this motorbike is PKR 159,000, which ensures that it remains in the range of Suzuki ‘GS150 SE’ (Rs 158,000). The CB150 weighs 124 kg, 8 kilograms more than the 116kg of the GS150. A 13litre fuel tank is installed in the CB150 compared to the 12litre tank of the GS150.




Hanan is an avid auto enthusiast with a flair for writing and playing games. He loves traveling, deciphering political maneuvering and exploring the realms of coding & graphic designing.

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  1. but what about engine upper portion to be altered and over sized piston to make 150cc power but it is 125cc originally ? said by people?

  2. Another Paid article ... Blah Blah, Only highlighting the plus no mention of underpowered and under performing bike.

  3. Assalam-o-Alaikum
    Good review

  4. Assalam-o-Alaikum
    As f4fraz says
    But unfortunately cb didn't support him and all does down. wiring short, shocks leaked, meter off, engine seived etc

    Ya sub first owner ky sath huwa ha. Pata nahi second owner ka bike blast na ho jay. Just joke. Allah Pak sub ko apni hifz-o-aman ma rakhy.

    Bhai log aisa to kabi china bikes ky sath bi nahi huwa.

    My suggestion is

    Please be positive.

    Ma kal youtube par video upload kar do, mery bike ky sath ya ho gia ha, kisi na aa kar mujy dekha ha. Ya to yahama ya suzuki waly bi apny kisi bandy ky zariay bi kar sakty han. Honda ko fail karny ky liay

    CB launched and everything is finished. What is this. Yahama and Suzuki bikes are good but honda is not local company, also a brand name.

    CB ma bohat sary problems ho sakty han means under power, suspension is not good etc. Par paly owner ky sath aisa impossible ha.

  5. AOA

    Sir! I want to buy this Bike and do you feel there will we some chances in near future to make the decision to purchase CB150F from HONDA dealer?

    Best regards,

    Irfan Hafeez

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