The Power of Dreams – Honda’s motto has been reflected through any innovation they make and release to the market all along. Honda Unicorn CB 150 is a motorbike in the commuter segment from this Japanese manufacturer, and speaking of engine power, striking outlook, performance, maintenance cost and pricing – everything’s totally balanced with each other. To buy the Honda Unicorn CB 150, no one would have to rip their wallets of, neither one would run out of money refueling this motorbike because the excellent mileage would not require very frequent fuel stops. Be it city commuting or long haul journey between one city to another; Honda Unicorn CB 150 has gotten your back like a reliable friend.
Engine: 149.10 cc.
Mileage: 55 kmpl.
Power: 13.14 bhp.
The spec sheet happens to be this motorcycle’s utmost factor of glory. Even though it’s a 150 cc engine, the engine maximum power output is pretty high while keeping the fuel consumption much lower. Maximum power output for the Honda CB Unicorn 150 is 13.14 bhp at 8,500 rpm. For maximum torque, the figure is 12.84 NM at 5,500 rpm. Honda Unicorn CB has a manual gearbox with 5 manual gears; changing between gears is fluent and noiseless.
Honda Unicorn CB150 comes in only one version – that with front disc brakes and rear drum brakes. The front brake is 240 mm disc and rear is 130 mm drum. The suspensions are different on both wheels, front wheels have telescopic suspensions whereas the rear ones are spring-loaded hydraulic. Riding on any sort of terrain – smooth or rough doesn’t make much different at all. It’s a comfortable ride no matter what road it is.
In terms of convenience, the Unicorn CB 150 comes with both kick start and electronic start. Pillion has a footrest for comfortable and safe seating. However, the seat isn’t adjustable. The heat is located at 756 mm high, ground clearance is 179 mm.
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The initial model of Honda Unicorn CB 150 was launched seven years ago. Over the past few years, the motorbike hasn’t received major overhaul but minor facelifts to meet the current standard of design. Apart from the charming nature of the Unicorn CB 150, it also falls into a decent looking bike suitable for both young adults and middle aged people. The headlight and mudguards remain as they were before, however there had been some new chrome finishes on the headlight visor for the enhancement of this bike’s outlook. Honda emblem on the fuel tank is large and prominent, in such a way that looks pretty good. The silencer has been elevated from the straight design of its ancestor, now the motorbike truly looks like a youth icon. Black is the basic color theme for Honda Unicorn CB 150, thus there’s a noticeable use of black color on the allow wheels, grab rail and even the engine.
The instrument console between the handles still portray analog gauges and dials like the analog speedometer, odometer and trip meter.
So overall, this motorbike features a very youth oriented design with excellent new features like a better engine with faster pick up, higher fuel efficiency, a bigger fuel tank of 13 liters, electronic start and kick start, disc brake in front wheel etc. Comparing to all these features, the price is quite low.
The price might vary in retailer showrooms outside of Mumbai, however the ex-showroom price for the Mumbai showroom is Rs. 68,004.
To get an excellent motorbike with a 150 cc engine at a reasonable price tag, Honda Unicorn CB 150 could be a much better choice.