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Honda CB Unicorn 150 Highlights
The Honda CB Unicorn 150 has been launched with single-channel ABS, priced at Rs 79,133 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It's Rs 6,500 dearer than the standard model (Rs 79,133). Excluding the "ABS" sticker on the front fender, the bike remains cosmetically unchanged. The CB Unicorn 150 is available in three colours: black, red and grey. It's powered by a 149.2cc, single-cylinder powertrain which produces 12.9PS at 8,000rpm and a peak torque of 12.8Nm at 5,500rpm. The motor comes paired with a 5-speed transmission. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic forks and a monoshock at the rear, while braking is courtesy a 240mm disc up front and a 130mm drum at the rear.
Honda CB Unicorn 150 Pros and Cons
Things We Like in CB Unicorn 150
- One of the most affordable 150cc bikes in the country
- Terrific Fuel Economy
- Comfortable Ride
Things We Don't Like in CB Unicorn 150
- Misses out on rear disc brake
- No LED lighting
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CB Unicorn 150 Price List (Variants)
|CB Unicorn 150 Disc60 kmpl, 149.2 cc||Rs.72,633|
|CB Unicorn 150 ABS60 kmpl, 149.2 cc||Rs.80,278|
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Honda CB Unicorn 150 Mileage
Honda CB Unicorn 150 gives a mileage of 60 kmpl as claimed by the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI).
|60 kmpl||-||57.18 kmpl||-|
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Honda Bike Showrooms in Delhi
- Uday Honda
81, Adhchini, Sri Aurbindo Marg, New Delhi., Delhi 110017
- Shuban Sai Honda
WZ-64 Guru Nanak Nagar, New Delhi., Delhi 110018
- Globus Honda
A-22, Gujranwala Town Part I, Main G.T. Road, New Delhi., Delhi 110009
- Smooth Honda
6-A Netaji Subhash Marg, Darya Ganj, Delhi., Delhi 110002
- Bhasin Honda
28, Raja Garden, New Delhi., Delhi 110015
price in India
|Kolkata||Rs. 74,453 - 81,778|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 73,989 - 81,952|
|Pune||Rs. 73,589 - 81,233|
|Delhi||Rs. 72,633 - 80,278|
|Bangalore||Rs. 74,752 - 82,397|
|Mumbai||Rs. 74,295 - 81,572|
|Chennai||Rs. 75,770 - 83,539|
The CB Unicorn 150 may look dated in comparison to the current crop of motorcycles in the 150cc segment; however, it’s the bike’s simplistic approach that makes it so popular among the masses. It’s powered by a 149.2cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces 12.9PS of power and 12.8Nm of torque.
The bike has the same suspension and braking setup as that of its very first-generation model: telescopic forks and a 240mm disc up front and a monoshock and 130mm drum brake at the rear.
The Honda CB Unicorn 150 gets a starting price of Rs 72,633 (ex-showroom Delhi), which makes it one of the most affordable entry-level 150cc offerings currently available in the Indian market. Offered in only two variants - Std and ABS - the CB Unicorn is available in three monotone colour options of grey, black and red.
Since its launch in the market, the Honda CB Unicorn has been facing stiff competition from the Bajaj Pulsar 150. Like the CB Unicorn, the Pulsar 150 too is a dated motorcycle, which still runs strong on the basis of the strong reputation it has created in its lifespan.
Design and Features
The Honda CB Unicorn 150 follows a subtle design approach with minimal updates over the last decade. The front fascia comprises of a halogen headlight enclosed in a smartly styled bikini fairing with a dash of chrome. It gets a muscular 13-litre fuel tank, a relatively long tail section with a sharp tail light, body-coloured grab rail and chrome highlights for a premium touch. Overall, the bike is devoid of any drama and character lines which resembles most 100cc commuter motorcycles.
Its triple-pod, almost car-like analogue instrument console could do with a makeover. A semi-digital instrument console would add to its appeal. Nonetheless, the current console does just fine with the speedometer, odometer and trip meter sitting smack in between, flanked by a tachometer and fuel gauge on either side. The cluster is well lit at night and the use of bold letters make it easy to read.
The switchgear quality, on the other hand, is average at best and misses out on a kill switch, a customary feature these days. On the contrary, the CB Unicorn 150 does come with AHO (Automatic Headlamp On) which means the headlight comes on by itself once the bike is turned on.
Braking and Handling
The Honda CB Unicorn’s suspension setup comprises of conventional telescopic forks and a monoshock at the rear. In fact, it was the first bike in India to feature a monoshock. That said, the rear suspension is noticeably stiffer compared to the front, which tends to get a bit uncomfortable when you come across undulations at high speeds. However, the front suspension, which is set up on the softer side, compensates for the rear by soaking in bumps at slow speeds.
The bike features an upright riding posture with mid-set footpegs and raised handlebars. Its single elongated seat, on the other hand, is on the stiffer side, a boon during long hauls. In terms of braking, the CB Unicorn gets a single 240mm disc brake up front and a 130mm drum brake at the rear. Honda has updated the Honda CB Unicorn 150 with single-channel ABS which helps it comply with the recent government safety norms.
Safety and Features
The Honda CB Unicorn is a simple and reliable everyday commuter. It offers a stable ride despite our Indian road conditions thanks to its balanced suspension setup. Additionally, the inclusion of single-channel ABS gives riders the confidence to pull on the front brake lever without worrying about losing the front end. That aside, the Auto Headlamp ON (AHO) works as a safety feature during daylight as well as its easier for other vehicles to spot the bike.
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