upright and the seat is wide enough to give you a comfortable riding angle. While short city commutes are a breeze, like all other 150cc bikes, long-distance riding can go uncomfortable even on this Honda after a time. But if you primarily use motorcycle for urban riding, the CB Trigger won’t give you many complains. And the seat, though wide, isn’t really long enough to effortlessly seat, say, two fat people. Mention must be made here of the lightweight and flexible diamond frame that offers easy handling and steady control. But perhaps the best thing about the bike is control—the 240 mm front and 220 mm rear dual disc brakes that enhance braking efficiency and rider safety really inspire confidence. Then you have wide tubeless tyres, maintenance free battery and viscous air filter.
A starting price of Rs 67,433 (ex-showroom, Delhi) means the CB Trigger is priced competitively. Although it is not a superlative machine, it is fun to ride, fuel-efficient, and suitable for daily commuting. And three attractive colour options—Meteor Green Metallic, Pearl Siena Red and Black—mean Honda might just have added another winner to its kitty.