We have noticed that Honda2wheelersIndia de-listed their best-selling CBR 150R, CBR250R and Dream Neo from the official India portal. However, there is no such official information on this from the company. As it is self-understood that the bike maker is now removing the old bikes based on the BSIII compliant engine and is working on the introduction of the new BS-IV compliance based models.
Previously, Honda also removed the Activa 3G from the website soon after the introduction of the Activa 4G BSIV. As per the SC order, the bike manufacturers are restricted to sell the BSIII compliant vehicles post-April 1, 2017.
The Honda CBR150R with BS-III engine was priced at Rs 1.22 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi) for the Non-ABS variant and Rs 1.23 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi) for the deluxe variant. While, the Honda CBR250R was available at Rs 1.60 lakh for the Non-ABS variant and Rs 1.89 lakh for the ABS variant. The Honda CBR150R had a 149.4cc, single cylinder, fuel-injected engine that gives a peak power of 18.28bhp and 12.66NM of peak torque, paired to a six-speed gearbox.
Meanwhile, the Honda CBR250R came powered with a 249.6cc single cylinder liquid cooled fuel injected engine that produced a maximum power output of 26.15 bhp and 22.9 Nm of maximum torque, coupled to a six-speed gearbox.