The Honda XR 150cc is the best motorbike in Vietnam for travelling through the mountainous north or going off road on the back roads.
These are very reliable bikes, they have plenty of power to carry 1 or 2 people anywhere that you want to go and the high ground clearance means you can easily pass through rivers, mud tracks or any other terrain you come up against.
If you want the best bike for Vietnam then you want an Honda XR 150cc!!!
The XRs come with a rack suitable for 1 bag and a strong phone holder for navigation as well as a map, a D-Lock and bungee cords.
The Honda XR 150cc is only recommended for experienced riders and isn’t rented for beginners as it is more difficult to ride compared to the Win and has more power which would be harder to control. If you really want this bike then we are able to take you for a lesson to make sure that you are capable of riding.
As with all of our rental bikes we warranty the mechanics of the bike in case of any breakdowns on the road.
When renting the XR it needs to be understood that while these bikes are in good condition but spare parts are more difficult to come by and need to be shipped in if there is a problem which can be a issue if you are in the countryside.
Please contact us for any more information or full details of the warranty.
Reserving a Bike
To reserve a bike please contact us directly via Facebook or email.
Honda XR 150cc Rental Prices
Per Day – $18
3 weeks – $350
1 month – $400
6 weeks – $520
2 month – $600
3 month – $700
Passport or $800
If leaving the passport it will be sent to the shop you finish at and you can use a copy for hotels on the way.
Optional Damage Waiver
All of our bikes have an optional damage which we recommend for all customers. The link below shows all the details.
For the Honda CB Verza 150 the damage Waiver is $5 per day / $50 for 1 month.
Honda XR 150cc Technical Details
Gears – 5
Fuel Tank – 12 litres
Transmission – Manual
No. of Riders – 1 or 2
No. of Bags – 1
It is also worth checking about the Honda CB 150cc which is equal power but a different style.
Below are some videos explaining in more details some of the aspect of the bike.