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Old 28th May 2015, 11:47   #1
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Default Refreshed Honda CB Trigger spied

A facelifted version of the Honda CB Trigger has been spied. Images of the bike suggest that it will get a new colour.

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At present the CB, Trigger is available in four colours - white, red, black and meteor green. With the facelift, Honda will add a metallic blue shade to the colour palette.

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There are no mechanical changes expected on the CB Trigger. It will continue with the same 149.1cc, sing-cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke engine that puts out 14.35 BHP @ 8,500 rpm and 12.50 Nm of torque @ 6,500 rpm. The 5-speed transmission is also expected to be carried over.Features like the front and rear disc brakes with the Combi Brake System (CBS) are also likely to be retained.

The facelifted CB Trigger is expected to be one of the 9 launches that Honda has planned for the current fiscal. More details on the bike are awaited.

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Old 29th May 2015, 09:51   #2
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Come on honda, just a new shade with graphics and you are calling it a facelift?

Trigger needs a much more sporty look. It needs to be beefier up front. Those skinny front forks, almost plain fuel tank with a small addon air scoops are at present, not a match for the competition. And it's cheap and old switch panels needs to be updated. Come on honda, is it too much to ask for a more premium switch panels in a 90k bike?

If they intend to target the indian youth with this offering, they are again going to lose. In my opinion they will have to do away with its commuterish look and riding position to start with. Beefier front forks, sportier tank, premium quality switches(atleast this time add an engine kill switch) are a few changes that Honda needs to consider.

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