(Honda Winner 150cc: 4-stroke, electric start & kick start underbone scooter/road bikes. Very easy to ride. 15$US/bike/day for long trips out of Hanoi. 100$US/month as a commuter in Hanoi – less than 1,500km/30 days.)
With a large rear box (39l)
About Honda Winner 150cc
The Honda Winner 150cc was designed for South-East Asia markets. It is a sport underbone from the Japanese manufacturer Honda Vietnam. It’s a touring bike but with a scooter design so we put it in scooter product line. The Honda Winner 150cc was launched in April 2016 in Vietnam and was available for rent from late June 2016 by Offroad Vietnam Motorbike Adventures & Rentals. We are the first company to rent out this bike in Hanoi as well as Vietnam. This happened soon after the sale was open on June 8th 2016. Honda Winner 150cc is known in Indonesia as the Supra GTR 150 or in Malaysia as the RS150R. The engine is shared with the 2015 Sonic 150R, 2015 CB150R (StreetFire), and 2016 CBR150R.
The Honda Winner 150cc is a commuter scooter in the city. Therefore, you can call it a manual scooter. However, you can ride on long trips into the Northern mountains. So, in this case, you can call it a touring motorbike. The Honda Winner 150cc is powered by a fuel-efficient 150 cc four-stroke, Dual Over Head Camshaft (DOHC), single-cylinder engine that offers 17HP.
This bike is much loved by young people in Vietnam. In reality, it’s one of the lightest bikes with the most HP in the 150cc range. The price of a brand new bike is usually at around 2,300$US plus 300$US taxes and registration, totaling around 2,600$US!
This Honda Winner 150cc is recommended for beginners or inexperienced to intermediate riders. The gear is standard (1-0-1-2-3-4-5-6, one down and five up). You will like the power, suspension, and reliability but may be not the seat!
– This Honda Winner 150cc is not really suitable for riding two up on one bike because of the max load of 130kg, seat and luggage carrier rack. Ideally, riding solo is the best option. If you have to ride two up, relax often and don’t ride long every day, especially after dark or on rainy days. Please make sure max load is not more than 130kg!
– We have only one office in Hanoi, Northern Vietnam.Therefore, we, unfortunately, don’t offer bike hire outside of Hanoi nor one-way rental. Sadly, we have nobody to recommend because we don’t know their bikes or quality of services.
Below is a test ride clip from late June 2016, just two weeks after Honda opened sale for this bike. Have a look and see how you feel.
Honda Winner 150cc Specifications
|Curb weight||122 kg|
|Overall length x width x height||2,025 x 725 x 1,102 mm|
|Wheel base||1,276 mm|
|Seat height||780 mm|
|Min-ground clearance||167 mm|
|Fuel tank capacity||4.5l|
|Front Tire||90/80-17M/C 46P Tubeless|
|Rear Tire||120/70-17M/C 58P Tubeless|
|Front Brake||Disc Brake with single piston|
|Rear Brake||Disc Brake with single piston|
|Clutch||Manual, Wet Type, & Double Clutch|
|Battery||12V – 5Ah|
|Spark Plug||NGK MR9c-9R or Denso U27EPR-N9|
|Cam System||Cam chain|
|Fuel Consuming||51.4 km/liter speed 50 km/hour (standard gasoline)|
|Engine oil capacity||1.3 litre when dismantling machine; 1.1 litre when changing lubricant|
|Rear suspension||Mono Shock|
|Engine type||4-Stroke, DOHC, Liquid Cooled|
|Bore stroke||57.3 x 57.8 mm|
|Max. output / rpm||17 hp / 9,000 rpm|
|Max. torque / rpm||13,5Nm/6,500 rpm|
|Gear box||1-0-2-3-4-5-6, 6 Speeds|
|Starting system||Electric & Kick starter|
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