Honda CB Unicorn 150 is a commuter bike launched at a base price of Rs. 72,633 in February 2016 by Honda in India. CB Unicorn 150 is powered by 149cc engine claiming mileage of 60kmpl. CB Unicorn 150 has a air cooled, 4 stroke, si engine and a 5 speed gear box. Honda CB Unicorn 150 comes with front disc break and rear drum break with a support of ABS. It is available in 2 variants and 3 colours.
Honda CB Unicorn 150 Latest Updates
The Honda CB Unicorn 150 is one of the brand’s best-selling commuters. The motorcycle has been updated with single-channel ABS and comes in at Rs 79,133, ex-showroom Delhi. Compared to the non-ABS variant, this bike is dearer by Rs 6500. The Unicorn employs a 240mm disc up front and a 130mm drum at the rear.
Even the non-ABS variant is on sale at Rs 72,633 (ex-showroom, Delhi) at the moment but its availability is until stocks last as the new norms do not allow manufacturers to make bikes for the local market that do not comply with the ABS/CBS safety norms.
Specifications Summary of Honda CB Unicorn 150
|Engine :||149.2 cc|
|Emission Type :||BS4|
|Fuel Type :||petrol|
|Power :||12.91 PS @ 8000 rpm|
|Mileage :||60 Kmpl|
|Gears :||5 Gears|
Honda CB Unicorn 150 Price
The price of Honda CB Unicorn 150 starts at Rs. To Be Announced and goes upto Rs. 72,633. Honda CB Unicorn 150 is offered in 2 variants - ABS and the top variant CB Unicorn 150 STD which comes at a price tag of Rs. 72,633.
Honda CB Unicorn 150 Variants Price List
Honda CB Unicorn 150 Highlights
Honda's very first motorcycle to be launched in India, the Unicorn is still the choice of many bikers out there looking for a well-handling affordable 150cc motorcycle that is also comfortable.
CB Unicorn 150 Specifications
The 149.2cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled motor produces 12.9PS @ 8,000rpm and 12.8Nm of torque at 5,500rpm, mated to a slick shifting 5-speed gearbox. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic front forks and a monoshock at the rear. Braking is courtesy a 240mm front disc and a 130mm rear disc brake. The CB Unicorn 150 has a 13-litre fuel tank and tips the scale at 145kg (kerb weight).
CB Unicorn 150 Design and Features
The CB Unicorn was the first motorcycle offered by Honda in India. Ever since, the styling hasn’t really changed much. It did get a major update in 2007, though, which included the addition of a chrome trim outlining the headlight cowl and black alloy wheels. The instrument console is an analogue unit and surprisingly, the Unicorn 150 doesn’t get Honda’s CBS (Combined Braking System).
Honda CB Unicorn 150 Competitors
Hero Achiever 150: The Hero Achiever 150 has always been overshadowed by it rivals. But Hero has given it a new lease of life by launching an all-new model. The Achiever 150 is the only bike in its segment to get Hero’s i3s (Intelligent Start-Stop System) technology and boasts the best mileage figures for a 150cc bike. While the styling won’t please all, Hero’s enormous dealership network and killer pricing does make it an interesting option.
Bajaj Pulsar 150: The Bajaj Pulsar 150 still remains a great option if you’re looking for an entry-level 150cc motorcycle. The motor offers a very likeable performance with a hint of brashness which has made the Pulsar brand so popular among the youth. Moreover, being a Bajaj offering, it has been priced aggressively as well. The styling could have been better and build quality in the long run needs to improve, but it still remains a well-rounded motorcycle.
The Honda Unicorn might not possess the same visual pizzazz of the Pulsar 150, but what it does offer is a bulletproof engine which is frugal as well. The Unicorn 150 is a better bet if you spend most of your time riding in city traffic and the engine refinement offered is still the benchmark in the segment. The only downside is the Honda CB Unicorn 150’s price, which is significantly more than its rivals’.
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying CB Unicorn 150
- 1)In city the average mileage I am getting varies between 47-55km driven @ not more than 50km/h. 2) In highways if u accelerate linearly and maintain steady 70-75km/h u will get 50-52km.3)while riding @ more than 65km/h there is vibration but negligible, only above 85km/h u will get vibration feeling.4) regarding comfort it is very good no back pain at all..one suggestion is get some 10min rest every 75min(1hr 15min), then u will be good.5) my experience is I drive 200km from my home to Chennai and I fuel it for 300₹. After I reach Chennai I still have fuel left to drive for 30km more and i always maintain 60-80km/h constantly, mostly 70-75km/h. Comfort is Excellent and the bike is stable even on extreme wind. Take a break for every 75min u will be on comfort side.
- Yes ...in city it gives 40km above millege and if u ride 100km/hr its not vibrate but u must wear helmet my ride top speed 110km/hr and also unicorn top speed also 110km..but it is dangerous and u may go with 80 km/hr easily its not vibrate and u get feeling good and last one it is comfortable for long driving up to 250km to 300km y i am telling u because my highest long drive 280km..
- Mileage is good 45 to 47 in city. yes vibration is not issues under 90 speed. Over 90 I can feel some vibration. I think it is for 150 to 200 km long drive not over. comfortable is good for 150 km. But it is a good bike for daily uses. I never travel 250 -300 km by this bike. but I travelled 150 to 180 km by this and suitable for journey.
- Never.It is against law and you should avoid triple riding.
- Frankly speaking no bike is comfortable for 3 person. But its seat is nice, long and comfortable and depends on the body type of persons sitting.
- Buy a car...bikes are for one or two
- Don't use for long rides back suspension is of very cheap quality ....i changed it in one year ....back pain problem arrives after long use of unicorn
- If you are looking for vehicles with discounts, the end of this year would be the best time to buy a BS4-era bike. As manufacturers gear up towards getting their BS6 products on the road, they will be offering significant discounts on their BS4 counterparts to clear stock. They would try to do so well before the April 2020 deadline to avoid any unsold BS4 stock. So we expect most manufacturers to stop selling BS4 bikes by early 2020. You could go bargain hunting then as the few unsold stocks could attract huge discounts. The reason to go for a BS6 vehicle despite the increased costs would be the added features. Also, you would be polluting the environment less. a transition from BS4 to BS6 has in most cases resulted in a minor drop in power. According to the upcoming emission norms, BS6-compliant vehicles should be 25 percent cleaner than their BS4 counterparts. While BS4 vehicles are currently allowed a NOx (Nitrous Oxide) pollutant level of 80mg/km, BS6-compliant vehicles will have NOx levels reduced to 60 mg/km.
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- My mio soul i 125 po ba kau na available.. Pwede mkahinge NG contract no. Nyo po salamat
- No unicorn 150 comes with front disk brake and Single channel ABS. Drum brake in rear
- No brother there is no such option!!!
- Only front
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Honda CB Unicorn 150 User Reviews
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Features & Styling4.0/5
Preferred For : Daily Commute
52% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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I am using this bike for more than 2 years. People who love to ride a stable, smooth and comfortable 150cc bike this is the best choice till date. Seat height is very good for people 5ft5inch to please 6ft. Short heighy people may face difficulties with this bike seat height. My height is 5 ft 8 inch and I feel so comfortable in this bike. Maximum distance I covered in a single day is 170km. Only issue I feel in long ride is seat is slightly hard. This bike is very good for seating 2 healthy adults. Seat is very long so no problem when pillion is in back. And pillion doesn't feel problem in this bike. Engine is very smooth. Gear shifting is also very smooth. I use motul engine oil for my bike so it feels more smooth. Only problem with engine I felt that the tappets are to be adjusted in every 5000kms or it become noisy. Other than that no problem with engine. Milage I get please 45kmpl. I use it daily so I will recommend it for daily commute.
A very comfortable , decent looking , and absolutely trouble free bike with great economy , very cheap maintenance and long lasting haste free spare parts , simple in design and can be repaired anywhere , this bike is a legend and can be handled in any nearby local garage , no skilled person required, economically very well , i get nearly 60 to 65 kmpl on highways maintaining a speed between 55 to 70, in city i get 50 kmpl and in heavily traffic on 2nd or 3 rd gear it provides me 30 to 37 kmpl , I"m happy though , just one tip for all the unicorn owners , change the rubber diaphragm inside carburetor after every 20000 km , the starting problem will not arise , take care of your bike wash regularly wear helmet and don"t break the rules and traffic signals , ride safe
In the beginning for 5 years bike was in very good condition. Later I had to shift to a place where I was not having covered parking. In that environment within 1-2 years it started rusting very fast. It fuel tank got an hole. It was the old model of honda, so it"s parts weren"t available and along with the tank I had to replace other accessories too. Wait time for original parts was 6 months so I couldn"t claim insurance. Honda"s service centers are not very great. I had done rebore of my engine as well as I had even changed it"s wheels. So almost my entire bike got replaced by a new parts. It"s resale value is very less. All in all only for first 5 years it gave me a smooth riding experience after that it sucked a lot of money.
The comfort level on this bike is simply phenomenal!!!.The engine is adequate for city rides and might be for some occasional tours but its simply not meant for revving it to the redline. It is a bit on the heavier side which helps it remain glued to the road but on the flip side the soft suspension setup with the heavy weight robs away the handling characteristics.You cannot push it to the corners because it doesn't inspire any confidence as such.The biggest prblm is its headlight which is actually pathetic.My bike is 9 years old and still returns a mileage of around 40 kmpl which is acceptable or rather nice. This bike is great if you want reliability and comfortable rides(a pillion would also be very comfortable).
Review after 10 Months, Those who need millage and average seating can go for this bike, Honestly telling Guys Pickup is very very Bad, Front and Rear suspension is not good, During every servicing am complaining regarding sound but not resolved and it will be not resolve also, Breaks are too bad, I have driven bike just 8k KM till now two times Breaks are gone, Disk is very very Bad. Millage is good no complaints in that, But if you buy only by considering Millage you will regret differently. Self is also having Problem. Please Think before Buying this bike.
Maintenance/Problem free vehicle.
it is dependable bike. Overall good.
Nice and strong bike, I use it for 2015,very powerful
Good for long travel. Smooth. Easy.
Good and smooth vehicle. Easy for long trip.
Honda CB Unicorn 150 Expert Reviews
Having been on top of the segment for over a decade now, does the Honda CB Unicorn still manage to tick all the right boxes? Let's find out.Jun 17, 2017
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Editor's View of Honda CB Unicorn 150
Practicality, comfort, handling
Honda's blue-eyed boy, the Unicorn is still a hot selling product thanks to its lovely handling, grunty 150cc motor and superior comfort on Indian roads.
Honda CB Unicorn 150 Mileage
|ARAI Claimed||60 kmpl|
|User Reported||55 kmpl|
Honda CB Unicorn 150 News Updates
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Honda CB Unicorn 160 launched at Rs 69,350
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Honda Unicorn 160 pictures leaked
Images of the much awaited Honda 160cc motorcycle from HMSI has been leaked on internetNov 24, 2014 | By Arun Mohan Nadar Pics: TeamBHP