After the launch of the Honda Winner X in Vietnam, other ASEAN countries have been waiting for this new supercub to enter their respective markets. However, riders in Indonesia will have to make do with a facelifted 2019 Honda Supra GTR150, otherwise known in Malaysia as the Honda RS150R.

While the Winner X is substantially different design wise to the RS150R, the Supra GTR150 facelift shows minor differences from the previous model, showing it is, still, an RS150R. It could be said the changes made are to give the Supra GTR150 a slightly sportier look.

The headlight has been redesigned while the rear light is now smaller while the turn signals are located separately below. The instrument panel is now a digital unit and omits the analogue tachometer found in the previous model.

Aside from the cosmetic changes, all other things remain the same, with power coming from a PGM-Fi fed single-cylinder engine displacing 149 cc. Mated to a six-speed transmission, the Supra GTR150 puts out 16.3 PS at 9,000 rpm and 14.2 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm.

Conventional telescopic forks are found at the front end, holding a 17-inch wheel shod in 90/80 rubber while the rear is propped with a monoshock, 120/70 tyre with braking at both ends is done with single hydraulic discs and fuel carried in a 4.5-litre tank. In Indonesia the Honda Supra GTR150 facelift is offered in four colours and priced at 22.5 million Rupiah (RM6,700) while in Malaysia, the RS150R retails at RM7,999 for the base model and RM8,299 in Repsol colours.