A new model in the Indonesia motorcycle market is the 2018 Honda CB150 Verza, intended for the budget commuter end of the market. Designed to be easily affordable, the CB150 features sporty styling but using underpinnings from the more basic end of the motorcycle engineering spectrum.

A single-cylinder, SOHC, 150 cc air-cooled mill is used, fed by fuel injection and matched to a five-speed gearbox. Honda claims the CB150 produces 13.04 PS at 8,500 rpm and 12.73 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm.

Styling on the CB150 is fairly basic, with the lack of a front fairing and single round headlamp with halogen lighting. The rider is placed fairly upright on the CB150, similar to the Yamaha FZ150i for the Malaysia market, and the seat is a flat single-piece affair.

In front, the CB150 comes with a hydraulic disc brake with dual-piston calliper and telescopic forks, while at the back a simple drum brake is used with twin shock absorbers. As for wheel size, the CB150 rolls on 17-inch wheels front and rear shod with 80/100 and 100/90 rubber, respectively.

Overall weight for the CB150 is 129 kg and fuel is carried is in 12.2 litre tank. There are two versions of the 2018 Honda CB150 Verza available, with a choice of either alloy or spoked wheels. Pricing for the CB150 verza starts from 19.355 million rupiah (RM5,500).