April 06, 2016: Hero MotoCorp earlier launched the updated version of its popular sportbike - Hunk, that comes with minimal visual changes and test equipment on it. The bike is well equipped with front and rear suspensions with GRS (gas charged unit) at the rear. Apart from that, the spark plug has also been turned Black along with engine sporting Honda tag in Red color. Moreover, the bike is predicted to have the same motor tuned to develop more power and torque output. The bike is propelled by a 149.2cc, four-stroke mill that develops 14.2bhp of power and 12.8Nm of torque. The manufacturing company facelifted it and now the bike comes with a digital instrumentation, LED tail lamp unit and a revised front cowl. Apart from this, the company offers it with a wide range of colors i.e. Blazing Red, Bold Brown, Ebony Grey, Force Silver, Marine Green, Panther Black and Sports Red.
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The company “Hero MotoCorp” launched its muscular 150cc motorcycle christened as “Hunk” back in 2007 under the stable of the country’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer. Hero MotoCorp Hunk is one of the most admired bikes in India, so the manufacturing company redesigned it with some additional majestic characteristics in the year 2011. The bike has seen some impressive sales numbers ever since its launch and has succeeded pretty well in satisfying its riders.
The manufacturer of this bike offers it with a 149.2cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that develops a peak power of 14.2bhp at 8,500rpm with a maximum torque of 12.8Nm at 6,500rpm. Apart from this, it has five-speed constant mesh gearbox with a one-down, four-up configuration that is linked to a wet multiplate clutch assembly for the transmission of power. Furthermore, it has installed AMI - Advanced Microprocessor Ignition System that give a quick start-up like its other 150cc models.
The bike comes with a set of grippy tyres 80/100 x 18-47P at the front end and 100 / 90 X 18 -56P at the rear end, that offers a good constancy on the road. Moreover, the company also offers it with a braking kit, that comes with a 240mm front disc brake along with a 130mm rear drum brake to give premium braking potential. Apart from this, it is also configured with an optional 220mm rear disc brake that provide a better bite in comparison to the formal drum brakes. Furthermore, it comes with a pair of front telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers with rear gas-filled GRS suspension that gulps down the bumps and hurdles to providing a smooth and comfortable ride.
Bolted on a tubular diamond type frame, the bike has overall body dimensions of 2,080mm x 765mm x 1,095mm (LxWxH) along with a wheelbase and ground clearance of 1,325mm and 145mm respectively. The front section of the bike has a sporty headlamp that looks so elegant with the rear view mirrors along with a digital speedometer, an analogue tachometer, trip meter and fuel gauge. The sharply designed fuel tank with fashionable fuel tank cowls look stunning and provides a good riding position. Moreover, it is configured with a sporty step-up seat and a dark colored rear grab rail that amend its visual aspect. Apart from this, a full LED tail lamp light at the rear end enhances its sportiness.
Hero MotoCorp Hunk can be considered as one of the most good-looking and elegant 150cc bikes of the country. It looks like that the designers of the manufacturing company have spent sufficient quality time to craft the bike, keeping in mind even the minor detailing. The bike is well furnished with a fashionable and sporty cowl at the front end with a refreshed visor and clear lens turn indicators. The bike has body colored rear view mirrors that add some aura to it. The sharply designed fuel tank is wrapped-up with a sporty fuel tank that gives broad shoulders and a majestic visual aspect to the bike. Moreover, a smartly designed step-up seat is one of the most decent characteristics of this bike that ensures a convenient and comfortable ride.
The company has installed a full LED tail lamp unit in the bike that looks smashing in both, day and night. The bike comes with an overall body dimensions of 2,080mm x 765mm x 1,095mm (LxWxH), which makes it the most sturdy bike in the company’s 150cc portfolio. The manufacturer offers it with a wheelbase and ground clearance of 1,325mm and 145mm respectively, which provide effective handling and dynamic stability. It is configured with 12.4-liter fuel tank capacity that enables a decent range and provide longer commutes with comfort. Moreover, the instrumentation cluster of the bike is completely reviving that consists of a digital speedometer, an analog tachometer, fuel gauge and trip meter along with the general telltale lights.
It is propelled by a 149.2cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that comes mated to a five-speed transmission. It delivers a peak power of 14.2bhp at 8,500rpm with a maximum torque of 12.8Nm at 6,500rpm. The bike is also configured with Advanced Microprocessor Ignition System (AMI) by which engine gets ignited and has a bore x stroke ratio of 57.3mm x 57.8mm. It has Carburetor Controlled Variable Ignition (CCVI ) that delivers a crisp throttle response and a superior power to the bike. With this arrangement, the bike can reach 0 to 60kmph in 5 seconds and hits a maximum speed of 108 kmph.
The manufacturing company configured it with an 80/100 x 18-47P at the front end and 100 / 90 X 18 -56P at rear end tubeless tyres respectively, that offers excellent grip on the road. It is equipped with superb brakes that work in an enormous approach i.e. 240mm disc brake at the front and 130mm drum brake at the rear, along with an optional 220mm rear disc brake that improve the braking power of the bike. Furthermore, the bike is mounted to telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers up front and swingarm with GRS (Gas Reservoir Suspension) at the rear end that delivers a smooth and handy ride even on the bumpy surface.
Hero MotoCorp Hunk well furnished with a powerful and shining 12V-35/35W halogen headlight that gives a sound clarity at night. It is configured with a 240mm disc brake at the front and an optional 220mm disc brake at the rear that brings the bike to a halt in case of an emergency. Apart from this, it has body colored rear view mirrors that look amazing and shows the surrounding to the rider that avoid the chances of the accident.
Muscular Body Styling
Smooth and Refined Mill
Optional Rear Disc Brake
Vibrations at handlebar
Lacks Engine Kill Switch
Should have more wider tyres
I was doing exercise in gym then someone told me dude get a new bike then I angrily came home storming the door and muttering something in my mouth and then told my dad I want 70’000 RS dad asked for what I told for new bike dad told what will u do with a new bike while the older one works finely I requested cum argued him and told I want bike now dad told OK take the money but ride slowly I said OK then ...
Bike with good balance, look and average. Average is about 40 km/hr. Nice and attractive look. Anyone can easily handle it with out and hurdles. Bike weight is somewhat more (150 kg approx) still easy to handle while riding. Only disadvantage is it doesn't have kick to start. Only auto start is there that may create problems sometimes. When the bike comes from the company Hero Honda I think less question ...
I bought this bike after it was recommended by 7-8 people to me. It requires less maintainance as compared to other bikes. Alter sales services are at its best, hero motocorp is best that. Its mileage is average but looks enough. Engine sound is very nice. However front shock observer is not so good. Sometimes rear drum brakes make sound which is irritating. Its much better than other bikes like pulsar 150....
It is the best bike available in 150cc segment, I am saying this because it is almost 8 years with Hunk and the maintenance cost as compared to other bikes is less in hunk. One of my friend purchased pulsar 150 after I purchased the hunk but he faced a lot of problems than me, I am not saying that Hunk is a prefect bike obviously any bike can have problems especially on roads of Delhi. My friend spended al...
Hero world’s largest two wheeler manufacturer launched the Hunk motorcycle back in 2007 when it still was Hero Honda. This 150ccwas refreshed in 2011 by adding some muscular shaded to it.Coming to the styling of the motorcycle, just look at the bike and you will know that the name Hunk suits the overall design of the bike. Ithas got front fairings at the front of the fuel tank near the thigh rest areas. I...
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