170+ User Votes to help you to compare Honda CB Trigger vs Yamaha FZ Version 2.0.
Honda and Yamaha are known to give each other tough competition in motorcycle segment globally. In India, Yamaha has targeted the youth with its FZ which is actually a rationalized version of higher capacity motorcycles. To keep the ignition on, Honda instantly launched the CB Trigger that has its roots in successors. Let’s have a look at the comprehensive comparison between the Honda CB Trigger and Yamaha FZ Version 2.0 to find out who’s the winner.
Last updated on 18-07-2017
|Bike Name||Mileage||Price After GST Ex-Showroom New Delhi
|Honda CB Trigger
|Yamaha FZ Version 2.0
|Specifications||Honda CB Trigger||Yamaha FZ Version 2.0
|Engine||Engine type||Air Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine||Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC|
|Displacement||149.1 cc||153 cc|
|Power||14 Bhp @ 8500 rpm||14 PS @ 7500 rpm|
|Torque||12.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm||13.6 Nm @ 6000 rpm|
|Bore Value||63 mm||58 mm|
|Stroke Value||47 mm||57.9 mm|
|Ignition Value||Spark Ignition||CDI|
|Start System||Kick/Electric Start||Kick/Electric Start|
|Top Speed||110 kmph||120 kmph|
|Fuel Zone||Fuel Type||Petrol||Petrol|
|Fuel capacity||12 Litres||12 Litres|
|Mileage||55-60 kmpl||50-55 kmpl|
|No. Of Gears||5||5|
|Gear Shift Pattern||1-Down 4-Up||1-Down 4-Up|
|Clutch Value||Wet Multiplate||Constant Mesh Wet Multiplate|
|Measurements||Kerb Weight||137 kg||137 kg|
|Wheelbase||1325 mm||1334 mm|
|Ground Clearance||175 mm||160 mm|
|Safety||Front Brakes||240 mm Disc||Hydraulic Single Disc|
|Rear Brakes||220 mm Disc||Drum|
|Rear Suspension||Mono Supension||Swing Arm Monocross Suspension|
|Tyre Size (Front)||80/100 – 17 M/C 46 P||100/80 x 17|
|Tyre Size (Rear)||110/80 – 17 M/C 57 P||140/60 x 17|
|Electricals||Battery||12-V – 4 AH maintenance Free||12V – 5AH|
|Head Lamp||12V 35/35W Halogen bulb||12V 35/35W Halogen bulb|
|Variants||STD / DLX / CBS||Version 2.0|
|Others||Colors||Pearl Siena Red, Meteor Green Metallic and Black||Scorching Red and Panther Black|
Price After GST
Ex-Showroom New Delhi
Verdict: Considering the features that come as standard with the CB Trigger, it is the value for money bike. It not only offers great mileage, but also requires less maintenance. However, with a minor compromise on practicality, Yamaha has proved time and again that it offers the best motorcycles for keen riders. If you want a more sporty looking motorcycle with great chassis balance, the Yamaha FZ Version 2.0 can be the best bet.
Appearance: The Honda CB Trigger has got both contemporary and sporty looks. Its tank appears muscular. Further adding to its looks are its sleek rear tailpiece, fat matte black exhaust, chunky led tail lights and the relatively fatter rear tyre. However, it doesn’t look good from the front. The Honda boasts of a comfortable upright commuter-ish riding position with seat width and comfortable cushioning. On the other hand, the Yamaha Fazer looks sporty from every nook and corner. It looks appealing at very first sight thanks to its suspension, chassis, fat rear tyre and the huge sculpted tank.
Performance: The Honda CB Trigger is powered by a 149.5cc engine while a 153cc engine is sported by the Yamaha Fazer. Both Trigger and Fazer produce 14 bhp of power at 8500 and 7500 rpm respectively. The Trigger weighs 137 kgs while the Fazer weighs 142 kgs. If talk about speed and performance, the CB Trigger is a persistent winner. When it comes to practicality and reliability, both these motorcycles have smooth and refined engines.
Appearance: Besides, the twin headlights enclosed in half-horizontal fairing at the front make it all the more appealing. However, its rear has got the basic stop light and indicators. The Fazer’s flat handlebars ooze sportiness and the upright sitting position offers great comfort. Its rear view mirrors present a larger picture of the rear. The new Fazer has wider seats, but still they are not as comfortable as the Trigger. The foot pegs on both bikes are placed for a comfortable ride; the Fazer has rear set, while the Trigger has front set.
Performance: The Fazer, with its shorter gearing and instantly accessible torque, is better to drive in the city. However, the Trigger not only does the job of Fazer but also offers extreme satisfaction of driving. In context of fuel efficiency, the CB Trigger is aggressively ahead, giving a mileage of 44 kmpl in cities and 52 kmpl on highways. While the Fazer gives an average of 40 kmpl in cities and 47 kmpl on highways.