Honda CB 150F vs Suzuki GS 150 SE Comparison

Honda and Suzuki are the popular leading automobile manufacturers in Pakistan. Atlas Honda introduced their newest model Honda CB 150F to its lineup at a dealer’s convention in Lahore in May 2017. Suzuki Company has an ancient-looking warrior Suzuki GS 150 SE in the local market. Honda CB 150F VS Suzuki GS 150 SE Comparison provided here. Both bikes have an impressive look with similar power trains. New Honda CB 150F is based on Honda’s Leopard150, which was launched in China. These bikes have a sportier shape with dynamic graphics design, to boost the pride in their appealing ride. The new Honda CB 150F does not have the prettiest cluster gauge around but the bike is still better equipped than GS 150 SE. Honda CB 150F and Suzuki GS 150 SE are being offered at a very competitive price rate, as compared to other 150cc motorcycles.

Honda CB 150F vs Suzuki GS 150 SE Comparison

The Honda CB 150F is being offered with a 149.1cc single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled OHC engine, mated with a five-speed reverse shift transmission. It uses ESV & ACV Technology for the best engine performance. The bike has an aggressive look petrol tank with a capacity of 13-liter. Honda CB 150F Self Start comes with safety and security features to fit the requirements of Pakistani customers. The bike is fitted with telescopic front and swingarm rear suspension along with a dual-piston caliper front disc brake and a typical rear drum brake.

SpecificationsHonda CB 150FSuzuki GS 150 SE
Engine TypeOHC, Single cylinder, four-strokeOHC, Single cylinder, four-stroke
Max Power11 – 11.5 hp12 hp
Compression ratio9.1:19.2:1
Bore x stroke57.3 mm x 57.8 mm57.0 mm x 56.8 mm
Fuel SystemCarburetorCarburetor
Cooling systemAir-cooledAir-cooled
Gearbox5 speed5 speed
Start typeKick/ElectricKick/Electric
Front SuspensionTelescopic forksTelescopic forks
Rear SuspensionSpring-loaded shocksSpring-loaded shocks
Front tyre80/100-182.75 -18
Front tyre80/100-182.75 -18
Rear tyre90/90-1890/90-18
Front / Rear brakesDisc/DrumDisc/Drum
Dry Weight124 Kgs114 Kgs
Wheelbase1311 mm1280 mm
Ground Clearance168 mm155 mm
Fuel Capacity13 Liters12 Liters

Honda CB 150F gets the car-type speedometer, strong tail protection, maintenance-free powerful backup battery, die-cast “Z Section Spokes” alloy rims, fog lights, and dipper. Honda CB 150F is the best choice due to its aggressive ground clearance, adequate and comfortable seating position, and longer wheelbase. All-new Honda CB 150F wins hands down over its rival GS150SE’s retro due to its down-force design language.

Honda CB 150F VS Suzuki GS 150 SE

On the other hand, Suzuki GS 150 SE is equipped with a 149.5cc four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC, and Engine. The powerful engine is paired to a 5-speed constant mesh transmission. The bike uses the traditional carburetors-based fuel injection system. Reliable front disc and rear drum brakes are installed in it. It has a Telescopic, Coil Spring, Oil Damped type front, and Swingarm Type Coil Spring, Oil, and Damped rear suspension. Suzuki GS 150 SE has a better aesthetic feel with an aggressive riding style. It is considered the best option available in the Pakistani market, especially in the 150cc segment.

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