After much speculation, Honda Vietnam has officially launched Winner X upgraded versions of 2019. Honda's underbone model now has a completely new design, looks pitiful and fierce than the previous life. Although the engine and gearbox remain the same, the 2019 Honda Winner X has many attractive new equipment, most notably the front wheel ABS brakes in the premium version.
Honda Winner X 2019 has a total of 3 different color versions for you to choose from. Specifically, the proposed price of the new Winner is as follows:
- Honda Winner X Black Matte ABS: 49.99 million
- Honda Winner X Camo ABS: 48.99 million
- CBS Honda Winner X: 45.99 million
Thus, compared to the old version, now Winner 2019 is more expensive than a few million dong. If compared to the competitors, the new Winner has a higher selling price than Yamaha Exciter 150 and on par with the Suzuki Raider R150.
The overall Honda Winner 2019's overall design must be what makes you talk the most. Honda accepted the dam to rebuild the 150cc hand-tapered car, the head of the front light moved downwards and made it similar to the scooters, while the rear end was narrowed. All lights of the vehicle are LED-based and the two front / rear lights are disassembled. Behind the rear of the car is added to the handle, making it easier to move the car in the parking lot.
The rear bumper and exhaust pipe are also refreshed with the style of sharing less from Honda CBR150R model. This helps new Winner look more sporty. While the front and rear wheels are preserved, the tire size is still 90/80 in the front, 120/70 in the back, the size of the 17 "cast wheels and the Y-shaped multi-spoke design.
Table clock of Winner 150 2019 premium version is now equal to friends with digital screen completely. Equipment shared by this CBR150R sportbike model helps Winner to be more modern, as well as help the driver to keep track of more operating information, such as odo, trip, tour, number position or consumption reporting time. fuel…
A small change that is in the right control cluster now has no lights on / off button, meaning that the car's cos light will always be lit when operating on the road.
The most noticeable upgrade on Honda Winner lies in the brake system to help the driver better control the car, as well as make driving safer. Front / rear single disc brakes with single piston are still standard equipment on Winner, in which the premium version adds ABS anti-lock braking function to the front wheels. As for the standard version, Honda now offers CBS combination braking function (Combine Brake System).
Accompanying the front disc brakes is the extra ABS which is a new pair of shock absorbers with a more youthful and youthful design with yellow legs. Meanwhile, the rear fork is still a single cylinder. The dimensions of the car do not change much, specifically. Length x Width x Height reaches 2,019 x 727 x 1,088 mm respectively, the wheelbase is 1,278 mm and the roaring light decreases to 150 mm.
In addition, the height of the driver's seat is increased to 795 mm, which is quite suitable for those with a height of 1m70. Another improvement is that the lower saddle has now been made lower, overcoming the situation of the rear seat being thrown forward during the operation of the previous generation.
Unfortunately, the upgraded 201 Winner Honda Winner continues to take advantage of the available engines and gearboxes, without changing the performance. Single cylinder DOHC double cylinder engine produces a maximum power of 15.4 horsepower at 9000 rpm along with a maximum torque of 13.5 Nm at 6,500 rpm. And the gearbox is a 6-speed manual clutch similar to the old version.
With a weight of 123-124 kg, Winner X's power / weight ratio is 12.5 horsepower / 100 kg – quite similar to Exciter 150 (12.99 horsepower / 100 kg) and a lot worse. compared to Raider R150 (16.7 horsepower / 100 kg).
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