244+ User Votes to help you to compare Honda CB Trigger vs. Hero CBZ Xtreme in India. Both Honda and Hero are prominent arch rivals in the domain of motorcycles. If we look at the figures, the 150cc segment has been the most popular and competitive segment of bikes in India. Taking a note of the same, the automobile giants are bringing in more efficient and powerful bikes coupled with good looks to attract bike enthusiasts. In this article, we are considering two 150cc super-heroes, Honda CB Trigger and Hero CBZ Xtreme.
last updated on 25th july 2016
|Bike Name||Mileage||Pricing Ex Showroom Delhi (Rs.)|
|Honda CB Trigger||60 kmpl||71,682|
|Hero CBZ Xtreme||50 kmpl||75,025|
|Specifications||Honda CB Trigger||Hero CBZ Xtreme|
|Engine||Engine type||Air Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine||4-Stroke Single Cylinder Air Cooled OHC|
|Displacement||149.1 cc||149.2 cc|
|Power||14 bhp @ 8500 rpm||14.4 bhp @8500 rpm|
|Torque||12.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm||12.8 Nm @ 6500 rpm|
|Bore Value||63 mm||57.3 mm|
|Stroke Value||47 mm||57.8 mm|
|Ignition Value||Spark Ignition||AMI – Advance Microprocessor Ignition|
|Start System||Kick/Electric Start||Self/Electric Start|
|Top Speed||110 kmph||120 kmph|
|Fuel Zone||Fuel Type||Petrol||Petrol|
|Fuel capacity||12 Litres||12.3 Litres|
|Mileage||60 kmpl||50 kmpl|
|No. Of Gears||5||5|
|Gear Shift Pattern||1-Down 4-Up||1-Down 4-Up|
|Clutch Value||Wet Multiplate||Wet Multiplate|
|Measurements||Kerb weight||137 kg||141 kg|
|Wheelbase||1325 mm||1325 mm|
|Ground Clearance||175 mm||145 mm|
|Safety||Front Brakes||240 mm Disc||Disc Dia 240mm|
|Rear Brakes||220 mm Disc||Disc Dia 220mm|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic||Telescopic Hydraulic Type|
|Rear Suspension||Monosupension||Rectangular Swing Arm With 5 Step Adjustable Gas Reservoir Suspension|
|Tyre Size (Front)||80/100 – 17 M/C 46 P||80/100×18-47P|
|Tyre Size (Rear)||110/80 – 17 M/C 57 P||100/90×18-56P|
|Electricals||Battery||12-V – 4 Ah maintenance Free||12V – 7AH|
|Head Lamp||12V 35/35W Halogen bulb||12V 35/35W Halogen bulb|
|Others||Colors||Pearl Siena Red, Meteor Green Metallic and Black||Black, Candy Blazing Red, Boon Silver Metallic, Vibrant Blue Metallic and Sports Red|
If we go by looks, both the bikes are pretty good. Since it is very difficult to find a good mileage delivered on a bike in 150cc range, Honda CB Trigger offers a relatively decent mileage. As it is little higher on the price tag, Hero CBZ Xtreme gets the attention with its on-par performance and lesser price.
Honda CB Trigger – In terms of style and designing, the CB Trigger is the superior version of the CB Dazzler. It features a new headlight and visor, imparting it an aggressive look. It is quite simple at its front with black coloured six-spoke alloy wheels and front fender. Its new kick lever and fattier silencer complement the all black bike. Its long seat and edgy rear cowl looks great with its up-swept muffler. It has got a fully digital instrument console which imparts it a premium bike look. CB Trigger comes with a new wider rear tyre and a full chain case.
The Honda CB Trigger is powered by a 150cc engine that produces a maximum power of 13.81 bhp at 8500 rpm and peak torque of 12.5 Nm at 6500 rpm. It is coupled with a five-speed manual gearbox with one gear down and four gears up-shift pattern. Despite claiming the best power to weight ratio in its class, the CB Trigger is a bit slow on performance; it takes around 6 seconds to reach 0-60km/hr.
Hero CBZ Xtreme draws attention with its digital plus analogue instrument cluster, newly designed alloy wheels, LED tail lamp, rear shock absorbers, exhaust heat shield, new graphics for the fairing and much more. It has got a new anti-drag fuel tank along with a shutter for the ignition key.
Honda claims fuel efficiency of around 60km/ltr, it gives around 50km/ltr in real life conditions. On the other hand, Hero CBZ Xtreme is powered by a 149.2cc 4 stroke air cooled engine which generates a maximum power output of 14.2 bhp at 8500 rpm and maximum torque of 12.8 Nm at 6500 rpm. It is a powerful package of engine refinement, slick-shifting smooth gearbox, top-of-the-class vibration isolation, and low engine noise and quality components.