2016 Honda CB Unicorn 150
The Honda CB Unicorn had been quite a successful bike from the Japanese maker. What it did was establish Honda’s independent entity in the motorcycle market in India. After being discontinued, this has been re-introduced in the market. Interestingly, it has once again found customers who are very much interested in it. We have a look at the 2016 Honda CB Unicorn 150 and tell you whether this is still a good buy.
2016 Honda CB Unicorn 150 Price
|Honda CB Unicorn||INR 83572|
The price is on-road, Mumbai
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2016 Honda CB Unicorn 150 Design
There are no updates in the design of the 2016 Honda CB Unicorn. It still is the same looking bike and has the same broad side panels. The trendy sculpted tank still looks good. It gets a 3D Honda wing logo on it. The instrument cluster is simplistic with three dials including a speedo, tacho and the fuel gauge, along with tell tale lamps. The biking fairing remain at the same and doesn’t look out of place as compared to newer bikes in the market. The rear portion of the 2016 Honda CB Unicorn is raked up and has a long seat. This seat is comfortable for the pillion too. The engine is blacked out to make it look a little sportier. It also gets a body colored rear grab rail. The Unicorn gets 6-spoke black alloy wheels too.
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2016 Honda CB Unicorn 150 Engine
The 2016 Honda CB Unicorn keeps the same engine it had earlier . This engine makes 13.14bhp of power and 12.84Nm of torque from its engine. This is not a BS-IV engine and is only BS-III compliant. It is targeted towards Tier II and Tier III towns. The bike now gets a new viscous air filter which cuts down on maintenance. It also gets a modified gear shifter. The CB Unicorn was one of the early bikes to get a mono shock suspension and it continues to be a part of the bike. This 4-stroke Honda engine uses technologies like Multi-Mapping CDI, Tumble Flow Combustion Chamber and Roller Rocker arm.
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2016 Honda CB Unicorn 150 Brakes
The 2016 CB Unicorn has 240mm disc at the front and 130mm drum at the rear. The braking of the bike is good enough.
2016 Honda CB Unicorn 150 Mileage
The 2016 CB Unicorn returns around 55km/l in the city and around 62km/l on the highway. These are realtime fuel efficiency figures based on riding in real conditions. It may vary due to different riding styles.
2016 Honda CB Unicorn 150 Colours
The 2016 Honda CB Unicorn comes in two colour option only. These are as below:
Pearl Igneous Black
Pearl Siena Red
2016 Honda CB Unicorn 150 Specifications
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2016 Honda CB Unicorn 150 Dimensions
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|Fuel tank capacity||13-litres|
2016 Honda Unicorn