2017 Honda RS150R: New Exciting Colors

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PENANG, 4 August 2017 – Boon Siew Honda Sdn Bhd (BSH) introduces the 2017 Honda RS150R with new colors and stripe to excite the market.

RS150R was first introduced in Malaysia in June 2016 and released to market in August 2016. Sporting a 150cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled DOHC engine, driving a six-speed gearbox, the RS150R offers a power output of 11.5kW at 9,000 rpm, while torque is rated at 13.5Nm at 6,500 rpm. The RS150R weighs at 123kg. It also carries a 4.5 liter fuel tank and comes with disc brakes in the front and rear. Aggressive outline, luminous sharp light, inner-skeleton and exoskeleton layer design represent the uniqueness of RS150R that have most influences in Malaysian heart.

rs150r key visual

After a year in Malaysia, RS150R gain a lot of affection among Malaysian. This achievement can be justified via its performance and design. Thanks for the support of RS150R lover, averagely, more than 2,000 units being sold monthly and yet unable to fulfill the market demand. To cope with the high demand, Boon Siew Honda has increased its capacity to ensure all RS150R lover able to get themselves one.

The new RS150R will be available in three new colors: Pearl Metalloid White (Trico), Candy Scintillate Red and Pearl Nightfall Blue, as well as the existing Repsol type. It will be available in Honda dealer showrooms from 7th August 2017 and they are priced at RM 8,478.94 (Candy Scintillate Red and Pearl Nightfall Blue) and RM 8,796.94 (Trico and Repsol). Prices include GST but exclude road tax, insurance and registration. The model comes with two years or 20,000km manufacturing warranty (whichever comes first).

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