Honda CB Trigger is now available in Honda Showroom in attractive colors.

Honda CB Trigger is now available in Honda Showroom in attractive colors.



The CB Trigger is powered by a 150cc single cylinder air-cooled engine which produces 13.81bhp at 8500rpm and 12.5Nm of torque at 6500rpm. The engine is mated to a five-speed transmission.

The motorcycle is equipped with monoshock suspension at the rear to provide good rider control. It also comes with viscous air filter which has a replacement interval longer than conventional air filters.

Honda CB Trigger is available in 3 different colours : Black, Meteor Green Metallic, Peral Siena Red .

The motorcycle is available with both disc and drum brake options.

Honda-CB-Trigger-150-motorcycle price in Bangladesh

Honda CB Trigger motorcycle price in Bangladesh


Honda CB Trigger motorcycle price in Bangladesh

Price (BDT)

1,96,000/= (Double Disk Brake)
1,86,000/= (Single Disk Brake)

Top speed110 mph

Fuel consumption42.3 to 61.9 km/L (99 to 146 mpg‑US)

ManufacturerHonda Motorcycle & Scooter India

Parent companyHonda Motor Company

SuspensionFront Telescopic suspension; Rear Mono suspension

TiresTubeless, Front 80/100-17; Rear 110/80-17

Torque12.5 N·m (9.2 lb·ft) @ 6500 rpm


Design and Style

CB Trigger  comes with more aggressive styling to take on competitors like Yamaha FZ-S. The biggest changes are made at its front as it comes with new headlight and visor. The air scoops on the grey colored short visor add sporty character to this bike. The sleek design of headlight suits its pointed clear lens indicators and gives it aggressive looks. The black colored six-spoke alloy wheels and front fender looks simple at its front.

The added tank scoops and sharp lines on its fuel tank look aerodynamic. The bike gets new kick lever and fattier black colored silencer which gels well with the all black theme on this bike. The long seat and edgy rear cowl looks great with its up-swept muffler. It comes with all new two layered LED tail light which looks futuristic and sits on the top of its elongated rear fender which carries the number plate and side indicators. The bike also features new fatty rear tyre and full chain case.

Instrument Console

It gets a fully digital instrument console which looks premium and makes it look like other expensive bikes from Honda. The big orange colored LCD displays its digital speedometer, odometer, bar style tachometer, 2-trip meter, clock and fuel gauge. Other LED indicators are also placed in this instrument console.

Acceleration and Performance

The bike certainly disappoints you in this department. Despite having best power to weight ratio in its class, the bike feels on the slower side. It takes around 6 seconds to reach 0-60km/hr. There are two reasons behind its slow performance; first its tall gear ratios and secondly, delay in torque arrival. In order to make this bike fuel efficient, Honda has opted for tall gear ratios which require effort from your side to get the maximum out of this engine The delay in torque also spoils the party specially in city driving. The bike feels better on highways and can reach the speed of 110 km/hr if pushed hard. Gear transitions are quite smooth and you will also enjoy the high level of refinement of this engine. The engine makes less noise when rev hard and feels better than other competitors. This engine feels best between 4000-7000rpm mark. Honda could have tuned the engine of this bike for superior performance.


The bike will return you around 50km/ltr.

Comfort while Driving

The bike targets daily commuters and that’s why it comes with a long and wide seat with front set foot pegs. The seat is very comfortable and feels best for commuters. The high positioned handlebar also makes this bike feel similar to any commuter bike. The rider gets firm palm grip and enjoys clear view of road. The knees also find it extremely comfortable around its edgy fuel tank.

Storage Space and Safety Features

The bike offers under seat storage space and comes with vital safety features like pass button, front leg guard, rear saree guard and powerful headlight.

Suspension and Braking System

The new CB Trigger comes with optional combined braking system for precise braking. It features disc brakes on its both wheels. It has a front disc brake of 240mm and rear disc brake of 220mm.

Ride and Handling

The bike has its light handling is quite effective in city traffic and helps you to move frequently but its short wheelbase of 1325 mm fails to add the desired stability to this bike. It feels scary around corners as its soft suspension system and tyres can’t hold this bike properly.

The high ground clearance (175 mm) is an advantage though as it improves the turning abilities of this bike and enables it to cross most of the obstructions easily on our Indian roads.

The combined braking system also manages to impress you with its abilities. The bike always remains under control and gives you confidence in city traffic. Wider tyres and longer wheelbase would have made big difference to the ride and handling of this bike.

Tyre Size, Shades and Variants

It uses 17 inches alloy wheels. The bike is available in three variants and three different shades.


Honda CB Trigger is a premium commuter that was discontinued  in India due to low sales and demand for other Honda bikes from the same segment.

Honda CB Trigger or CB150 is an 150 cc single cylinder four-stroke engine motorcycle developed by Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India and introduced in 2013. The motorcycle is known as Trigger in the Indian, Sri Lankan and Bangladeshi markets.



Displacement 149.1 cc
Maximum Power 14.35 Bhp @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque 12.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm
No. of Cylinders 1
No. of Gears 5
Seat Height 780 mm
Ground Clearance 175 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 135 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 12 litres
Top Speed 110 kmph


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Mona Tower, 3 New Eskaton Road,
1000 Dhaka, Bangladesh



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