2016 Honda Winner 150

In a surprise unveiling, Honda Vietnam has officially launched the Winner 150 underbone (kapchai) during the Vietnam motorcycle show. A completely new model, scheduled to be produced in Vietnam, the 2016 Winner 150 is targetted towards the higher-end of Vietnam’s highly competitive small-bike market.

Rumoured to be launched in Indonesia soon as the Supra 150X , the Vietnam market Winner 150 uses the same styling and bodywork, with a 150 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled EFI engine, driving a six-speed gearbox. Power output is claimed to be 15.4 hp at 9,000 rpm, while torque is rated at 13.5 Nm at 6,500 rpm.

Styling cues bring the Winner 150 with Honda’s current trend of sharp, edgy shapes, with LED headlamps lighting the way. Weighing at 122 kg, the Winner carries a 4.5 litre fuel tank, and comes with disc brakes front and rear.

No official pricing for the 2016 Winner 150 was released by Honda Vietnam, but the bike is scheduled to go on sale sometime in June 2016. The 2016 Honda Winner 150 will come in two variants and four colours – Standard in red sports/black or white/black and Advanced in matte blue or matte black.