Honda Philippines has released their latest bike, the Supra GTR150. The newest contender in the 150cc-class underbone segment, it is a sport-oriented underbone motorcycle with an established following in other Southeast Asian countries. It was unveiled by MotoGP racer Makoto Tamada and Honda Asian Talent Cup Racer Troy Alberto.
The bike is also called the Supra GTR150 (no relation to Toyota or Nissan) or the RS150R in other Southeast Asian Countries. The model represents the pinnacle of Honda’s underbone line. As such, it’s fitted with a 150cc, four-stroke, DOHC, single-cylinder engine. A standard six-speed manual transmission (with a one down, five up layout) is mated to the bike’s engine. The Supra GTR150's engine pumps out 15.42hp at 9,000rpm, and 13.6Nm at 6,500rpm. It also gets 42km/L, and has a top speed of 110kph.
Rounding out Honda’s small-displacement bike lineup, the Supra GTR150 seems poised to take on a particular 150cc underbone from a rival Japanese brand. Do you think the Supra GTR150 can score a win against its blue competitor? Or will it end up getting sniped?
The Supra GTR150 is priced at P102,900. Curious about this sporty new offering from Honda? You can check it out at Honda motorcycle dealerships soon. It will be available beginning next month.