Honda CB Unicorn Review

Honda Unicorn was the bike that was launched by Honda while making an entry in the motorcycle market in India. The Honda CB Unicorn is a bike that has a strong engine and beautiful design. This bike delivers excellent performance and its mileage as well as pick up is also exceptionally good.

Hero Honda CB Unicorn

Honda CB Unicorn Specifications

As per the Honda CB Unicorn review the bike has a 4-stroke air cooled single cylinder 149.1 cc engine and it can deliver power of 13.3 bhp at 8000 rpm along with peak torque of 12.8 Nm. The bike also has 5-speed gear transmission feature and the gears are extremely smooth and responsive.

The bike has advanced design diamond frame chassis. The top speed of the bike is 101 km/hr and it can reach 0 to 100 km/hr in just 5 seconds. The length of the bike is 2095 mm and its width is 750mm while its height is 1100mm. The weight of the bike is 146 kgs and it has ground clearance of 179mm.

The bike has fuel tank limit of 13 litres and it has a wheelbase of 1340mm. The bike has telescopic fork front suspension along with advanced technology mono rear suspension. The bike has 240mm disc front brakes along with 130mm rear drum brakes.

Honda CB Unicorn Mileage

The bike can deliver mileage of 53 to 58 km/litre

Honda CB Unicorn Features

The bike has a sleek and beautiful design as well as graphics. The instrument cluster of the bike does not have digital instruments which can be a drawback but the speedometer is quite large. The bike also has a smaller tachometer. The bike has a 35W/35W clear lens halogen headlamp. The fuel tank is flat and smart looking and comes with a smart round chrome cap. The seat provides enough space to both rider and pillion.

Honda CB Unicorn Price and design variations

The starting price of the Honda CB Unicorn is around Rs 69000 and the bike is available in a single design variation.

Honda CB Unicorn Colors

The bike is available in three colors and these include black, forced silver metallic and pearl siena red.

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Tim Webbar on August 7th 2010 in Bike Reviews, Honda

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