In neighbouring Indonesia, the small displacement motorcycle market is especially bouyant, notably for sports models like the 2019 Honda CB150R. For the coming year, Indonesian Honda distributor PT Astra Honda has updated the CBR150R, incorporating several improvements and cosmetic changes.

Most obvious change for the 2019 Honda CBR150R is the graphics, which now comes in four variants including Repsol racing livery. Aside from that, the windshield is now taller and the headlights have a sharper profile.

Other changes include the installation of a wave petal design front disc brake while the front and rear suspension settings have been revised. Inside the cockpit, the digital instrument panel now comes with a coloured backlight.

From the safety point of view, the CBR150R now comes with ABS and Honda’s Emergency Stop Signal that flashes the rear brake light under hard braking. Aside from that, the CBR150R’s other equipment remains unchanged in 2019.

The engine is still a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 149 cc mill mated to a six-speed gearbox that produces 16.8 hp at 9,000 rpm and 14.4 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm. Depending on the colour choice and whether the buyer selects the ABS or non-ABS versions, the 2019 Honda CBR150R retails for between 33.8 million rupiah (RM9,241) and 38.7 million rupiah (RM10,581).