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Key specifications & features of the Kawasaki CT150. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
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Kawasaki CT150 price starts at ₱57,900 . Checkout CT150 price list below to see the SRP prices and promos available
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The Kawasaki CT 150 is manufactured in partnership with the company’s Indian ally Bajaj Auto. It’s one of the most economically priced entry-level commuting bikes in the Philippines. The bike is hauled by a single-cylinder, air-cooled 145cc engine which produces 12 PS maximum power at 7,500rpm and 13 Nm peak torque at 5,500rpm. The motor is mated to a 4-speed gear system. Major features of the bike include 11-litre petrol tank, street and road riding modes, kick and electric start, tripmeter, analog fuel gauge and odometer, adjustable headlight, pass switch, and telescopic front fork suspension. The Kawasaki CT150 is priced at ₱52,900.
Kawasaki CT150 Pros & Cons
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Things We Like in Kawasaki CT150
Pricing similar to 100cc motorcycles
Good fuel efficiency
Things We Don't Like in Kawasaki CT150
Too basic in terms of styling and equipment
Engine lacks refinement at higher rpms
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Kawasaki CT150 Overview
The most powerful and biggest motorcycle in terms of displacement in the CT lineup of motorcycles from Kawasaki, the Kawasaki CT150 is a bare-bones 150cc motorcycle that is being offered for a price of the entry-level 100-110cc motorcycle. Originally a product from Bajaj Auto from India, the Kawasaki CT150 is being offered in the Philippines in a single variant with two color options on offer – blue and red.
Kawasaki CT150 Design
The Kawasaki CT150 shares its design completely with the most basic CT motorcycle, the CT100 B. There are subtle tweaks over the CT100 B which makes the CT150 slightly more appealing over its 100cc counterpart. However, in general, the Kawasaki CT150 is a very bare-bones motorcycle, with an archaic design and lack of features making it look pretty old school.
The round headlamp at the front encased in a semi-spherical housing with chrome surround and orange turn indicators make the front fascia of the Kawasaki CT150 look as if it belongs to a motorcycle from the nineties. Thankfully, the Kawasaki CT150 ditches the chrome front fender of the CT100 B for a more acceptable body-colored front fender.
The slightly curvier and larger fuel tank as well as the triangular side body panels of the Kawasaki CT150 is completely different from that of the other CT lineup of motorcycles. Even the long black exhaust pipe and single-piece long seat are larger here in size, thus making it slightly more appealing than other CTs. However, the lack of proper rear side body panels, spoke wheels and grey theme for the engine make sure that the Kawasaki CT150 appeals as a quintessential bare-bones commuter.
The rear profile of the Kawasaki CT150 looks very utilitarian, with a long and very functional tubular grab rail and long rounded fender making it look purposeful for heavy-duty usage. The minimalist and conventional-looking tail lamp cluster with orange turn indicators is mounted on the rear fender itself.
The twin-pod all-analog instrument console of the Kawasaki CT150 stays as basic as the rest of the design of the motorcycle, with the left pod having a speedometer and odometer, and the left pod having a large fuel gauge. The cluster of tell-tale warning lights is placed below these two pods, around the ignition keyhole. The switchgear and rearview mirrors are the same units that are present in the CT125, which look decent for the price of the motorcycle.
Kawasaki CT150 Ride & Handling
While the front suspension of the Kawasaki CT150 is the same conventional hydraulic telescopic forks, it is at the rear where the Kawasaki CT150 makes an edge over the rest of its siblings from the CT range. The motorcycle comes with a more rugged setup of dual hydraulic coil springs on both sides, which offer additional load carrying capacity over the other commuters from the company. The motorcycle runs on tubed tires which do offer decent grip, and the feedback from the drum brakes on both the ends offers decent bite as well.
Kawasaki CT150 Engine & Fuel Consumption
Powering the Kawasaki CT150 is the largest and most powerful engine of the CT lineup of commuters from the company. The four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, carbureted, 144.8cc engine of the Kawasaki CT150 is coupled to a 4-speed gearbox, and here it makes 12 PS of maximum power output and 12.3 Nm of torque. Considering that the Kawasaki CT150 is priced similarly to 100cc motorcycles, the performance outputs make it the most powerful motorcycle in its price category.
Kawasaki CT150 Braking & Safety
The bare-bones Kawasaki CT150 lacks even a single major safety feature of basic standards, which given the high-cost cutting measures which have been taken to finish the overall package of the motorcycle, is understandable.
Kawasaki CT150 Verdict
The Kawasaki CT150 is not a modern motorcycle that someone might be looking for in his/her checklist. The too much utilitarian appeal in its design and equipment levels makes it a very basic motorcycle, to begin with. However, the 150cc engine, as well as suspension setup of the Kawasaki CT150, are durable and appealing for the price at which this motorcycle is being offered.
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What is the Kawasaki CT150 Price in Philippines?
The Kawasaki CT150 price Philippines starts from ₱57,900 and goes upto ₱57,900.
What is the Lowest Monthly Installment for Kawasaki CT150 in Philippines?
The lowest monthly installment for Kawasaki CT150 in Philippines starts from ₱992 with Down Payment ₱11,600 for 60 Months.
What is the Fuel Tank Capacity of Kawasaki CT150?
The Fuel Tank Capacity of Kawasaki CT150 is 11 L.
What is the Engine Displacement of Kawasaki CT150?
The Engine Displacement of Kawasaki CT150 is 144.8 cc.