CFMOTO say their 150NK is the enterprising, light-weight and sharply styled entry-level reference point in the company’s rapidly expanding motorcycle range, and the 2023 model is now available in Australia with dual-channel anti-lock braking (ABS) for the first time. Head into your local CFMOTO dealership now!

The 2023 CFMOTO 150NK is now available in Australia with dual-channel anti-lock braking (ABS) for the first time.

The 2023 CFMOTO 150NK is now available in Australia with dual-channel anti-lock braking (ABS) for the first time.

The addition of ABS on the rear brake now brings the learner-approved naked in sync with its larger capacity siblings, while all other parts of the pint-sized platform – including the Turquoise Blue and Titanium Grey liveries and specifications – remain unchanged.

The 150NK is the smallest of the CFMOTO NK motorcycle family and the first model to be designed by Kiska design in the CFMOTO Kiska design partnership. Powered by an economical 150cc, liquid cooled, Bosch EFI engine. Other key features of the 150NK include a six-speed gearbox, selectable maps, an upside-down telescopic fork, mid-mounted monoshock, 775mm seat height, nimble 1360mm wheelbase, and it tips the scales at just 135kg. CFMOTO say less is definitely more in this manoeuvrable and punchy commuter.

All other parts of the pint-sized platform – including the Turquoise Blue and Titanium Grey liveries and specifications – remain unchanged.

All other parts of the pint-sized platform – including the Turquoise Blue and Titanium Grey liveries and specifications – remain unchanged.

The retail price is $4290 ride away, including a three-year factory warranty program. For more info on the 2023 CFMOTO 150NK head here.


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