The Honda CB Trigger is a new motorcycle from the Honda stable in the crowded 150cc segment in India. The Honda CB trigger replaced the Unicorn Dazzler. Its strong presence in this segment which is currently ruled by bikes like Bajaj Pulsar, Yamaha FZ-S and TVS Apache. Honda CB Trigger is shorter than the existing Dazzler and comes with more aggressive styling to take on competitors like Yamaha FZ-S. The biggest changes are made at its front as it comes with new headlight and visor. The air scoops on the grey colored short visor add sporty character to this bike. The sleek design of headlight suits its pointed clear lens indicators and gives it aggressive looks. The black colored six-spoke alloy wheels and front fender looks simple at its front. The added tank scoops and sharp lines on its fuel tank look aerodynamic. The bike gets new kick lever and fattier black colored silencer which gels well with the all black theme on this bike. This is the most interesting thing about new Honda CB Trigger. Honda CB Trigger gets a fully digital instrument console which looks premium and makes it look like other expensive bikes from Honda. The big orange colored LCD displays its digital speedometer, odometer, bar style tachometer, 2-trip meter, clock and fuel gauge. Other LED indicators are also placed in this instrument console. Honda CB Trigger offers under seat storage space and comes with vital safety features like pass button, front leg guard, rear saree guard and powerful headlight. It uses 17 inches alloy wheels. Honda CB Trigger is available in three variants and three different shades. Honda CB Trigger competes with the likes of Yamaha FZ series, Hero Xtreme, Bajaj Pulsar 150 and the TVS Apache RTR 160.