The new Honda CBR150R Repsol Edition has been unveiled in Malaysia, where it is being sold for the equivalent of $3,024 USD.

The rest of Asia is expected to quickly follow Malaysia in offering the new race-replica liveried entry-level sportbike in the market.

The Asian market has long been on the receiving end of small-displacement sportbikes bearing similar styling and liveries as their bigger, performance-oriented siblings sold in the west.

The CBR150R Repsol Edition immediately stands out because of its unique color scheme, which was inspired by Honda's MotoGP bike.

As a result, it has an orange exterior with red accents and the Repsol logo on the side and front panels.

The same 149cc engine that powers the normal CBR150R can be found in this model.

It is a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine that produces 16.3 horsepower and 9.6 ft-lbs of torque.

With 18.4 horsepower and 9.9 ft-lbs of torque, the Yamaha R15, one of the most popular entry-level sportbikes in Asia, performs just a tad better.

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