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Honda CB Unicorn 150 vs TVS Apache 160 4V Comparison

Honda CB Unicorn 150 vs TVS Apache 160 4V

TVS Apache RTR 160 4V Price starts at Rs. 92,306 which is Rs. 92,306 costlier than Honda CB Unicorn 150 priced at Rs. To Be Announced. The claimed mileage for the Honda CB Unicorn 150 is 60 kmpl where as the claimed mileage for TVS Apache RTR 160 4V is 50.9 kmpl. In technical specifications, Honda CB Unicorn 150 is powered by 149.2 cc engine where as TVS Apache RTR 160 4V is powered by 159.7 cc engine. Honda CB Unicorn 150 is available in 7 different colours while TVS Apache RTR 160 4V comes with 8 colours. 64% users have chosen TVS Apache RTR 160 4V over Honda CB Unicorn 150 in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com. Compare Honda CB Unicorn 150 vs TVS Apache RTR 160 4V on the basis of price, specifications & other features.

Engine Type Air Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, OHC, SI Engine
Engine Displacement (CC) 149.2 cc 159.7 cc
Power (PS@rpm) 12.91 PS @ 8000 rpm 16.5 PS @ 8000 rpm
Torque (Nm@rpm) 12.8 Nm @ 5500 rpm 14.8 Nm @ 6500 rpm
Bore 62 mm
Stroke 52.9 mm
No Of Cylinders 1 1
Drive Type Chain Drive Chain Drive
Valve Per Cylinder 2 4
Fuel System
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol
Ignition
Compression Ratio 9.1:1
Engine Immobilizer
Transmission Type Manual Manual
No Of Gears 5 Gears 5 Speed
Brakes Front Disc Disc
Brakes Rear Drum Drum
Braking Type
0-60 kmph (sec) 6.05s 5.04s
Quarter Mile 20.20 s @ kmph 19.23 s @ 106.1 kmph
Braking (60-0 kmph) 20.87m 22.20m
20-80 kmph (kickdown)
30-70 kmph (3rd gear)
40-80 kmph (4th gear)
Braking (80-0 kmph) 38.41m 41.51m
Braking (100-0 kmph)
Mileage (City) 37.4 kmpl 50.94 kmpl
Mileage (Highway) 57.18 kmpl 56.1 kmpl
Mileage (Overall) 50 kmpl
Mileage (ARAI) kmpl 60 kmpl
0-100 kmph (sec) 18.97s 15.36s
Top Speed (Km/h)
0-160 kmph
Braking 60-0 km/h 20.87m 22.20m
Chassis Type
Suspension-Front Telescopic Telescopic Forks
Chassis Diamond Double Cradle Split Synchro STIFF
Suspension-Rear Spring Loaded Hydraulic Type (Monoshock) Monoshock
Tyre Size Front :-80/100-18, Rear :-100/90-18 Front :-90/90-17, Rear :-110/80-17
Wheel Size Front :-18 inch, Rear :-18 inch Front :-17 inch, Rear :-17 inch
Tyre Make
Tyre Type Tubeless Tubeless
Radial Tyre Yes
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) Alloy Alloy
Optimum Tyre pressure (Rider) 25 psi 25 psi
Optimum Tyre Pressure (Rider and Pillion)
Dry Weight
Length*Width*Height 2092*756*1100 2050*790*1050
Wheelbase(mm) 1336 mm 1357 mm
Length 2092 mm 2050 mm
Ground Clearance (mm) 179 mm 180 mm
Height 1100 mm 1050 mm
Seat Height 798 mm 800 mm
Width 756 mm 790 mm
Fuel Capacity (Litres) 13 L 12 L
Kerb Weight
Total Weight
Tail Light Bulb LED
Front Brake Diameter 240 mm 270 mm
Rear Brake Diameter 130 mm 130 mm
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Charging Time
Motor Type
Motor Power
Fast Charging
Battery
Range
Head Lamp
Projector head light
Pilot Lamps LED Pilot Lamps
LED tail lights
Seat Opening Switch
Boot Light
Turn Signal Lamp Bulb Bulb
Alternator
Power Modes
Cruise Control
ABS no Single Channel
Body Type Commuter Bikes Sports Naked Bikes, Commuter Bikes
Body Graphics
Starting Kick and Self Start Kick and Self Start
Seat Type Single Single
Pass Switch Yes Yes
Speedometer Analogue Digital
Handle Type Single Piece
Tachometer
Trip Meter Analogue Digital
Charging point
Average Fuel economy
Digital Fuel Indicator
Distance to Empty
Low Fuel Warning Lamp Yes Yes
External Fuel Filling
Clock
Stand Alarm
Low Battery Indicator Yes
Stepup Seat With Long Seat
Low Oil Indicator
Passenger Footrest
Projector Headlights
Passenger Backrest
Carry hook
Underseat storage
Cooling System Air Cooled Oil Cooled
Console Analogue Digital
Anti Theft Alarm
Shutter Lock
Odometer Analogue Digital
Central Locking
Navigation
Mobile Connectivity
EBS
Service Due Indicator
Switchable ABS
DRLs
Keyless Ignition
Standard Warranty (Years)
Standard Warranty (kilometers)

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