Hero Honda Hunk Review

The Hero Honda Hunk is an excellently designed bike and has features and engine specifications similar to the Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme. This 150cc bike has a robust design and powerful engine and so it can deliver superior performance. All these factors set this bike apart from the other bikes in its segment.

Hero Honda Hunk

Hero Honda Hunk Specifications

The Hero Honda Hunk review indicates that the bike is equipped with an advanced tumble flow induction technology engine. This 150cc 4-stroke engine can deliver power of 14.4 PS at 8500 rpm along with peak torque of 12.80 Nm at 6500 rpm. This two-wheeler is also equipped with advanced microprocessor ignition system.

The bike comes with a 5-speed gear transmission and also has multiplate wet clutch. The bike also has a tubular diamond type chassis. The top speed of the bike is 120 km/hr and the bike can reach 0 to 60 km/hr in just 5.08 seconds. The bike has telescopic fork hydraulic shock absorbers front suspension along with 5 step adjustable gas reservoir rear suspension.

The Hero Honda Hunk review indicates that the bike has 240 mm disc brakes along with 130mm rear drum brakes. The weight of the bike is 146 kgs and it has a ground clearance of 145 mm. The bike has a fuel tank limit of 12.40 litres and its wheelbase is 1325 mm.

Hero Honda Hunk Mileage

The bike can deliver mileage of around 45 to 50 km/litre.

Hero Honda Hunk Features

The Hero Honda Hunk has a very muscular design and the air scoops on the sides of fuel tank make the bike look quite large. The bike also has sophisticated multi reflector indicators. The bike also has analogue fuel gauge along with analogue tachometer and speedometer.

Hero Honda Hunk Price and design variations

The Hero Honda Hunk is expected to cost around Rs 63,000 and is available in three design variations which include Hero Honda Hunk Self, Hero Honda Hunk Kick and Hero Honda Hunk Limited Edition.

Hero Honda Hunk Colors

The bike is available in four colors and these include Black, red, silver and blue.

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Tim Webbar on August 6th 2010 in Bike Reviews, Hero Honda

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