The Trigger’s styling may be different, but the bike is mechanically the same to its predecessor. It uses Honda’s tried and tested 150cc, air-cooled engine that produces 14PS and 12.5Nm and claimed that its fuel efficiency is 60kmpl.
The Trigger gets Honda’s Combi Brake System, a segment first, and Honda claimed that will reduce braking distances by 32 per cent.
It gets a rear monoshock, but not like most new 150s it gets a full chain case, a heel-and-toe shifter and a kick starter.
The bike will be sold in three variants. The base variant gets a 240mm front disc, whereas other two get a 220mm disc at the rear too.