Honda has passed on the GST benefits to its customers and prices for its two-wheelers have dropped between Rs 300 and Rs 700 depending on the state of purchase. The Honda Unicorn 160 is the replacement for the Unicorn 150 which is among the highest selling 150cc motorcycles in India. The Honda motorcycle was recently updated with AHO and is also now BS-IV emission norm compliant. The new BS-IV version Honda Unicorn 160 is priced at Rs 73, 552 for the standard variant while the CBS version carries a price tag of Rs 76,005 (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi). The styling of the Unicorn 160 is conservative to appeal to the mature target audience. The H-shaped taillight is a neat touch to the rear. While the overall design is pleasing, it isn't something that one would drool over. The Unicorn 160 also features an all-digital instrument console but disappointingly it doesn’t get engine kill switch. The Unicorn delivers a mileage of around 50kmpl in real world conditions. Aside from the difference in the looks department from its older sibling, the CB Unicorn 160 sports a new engine too. The 163.7cc, single-cylinder motor makes 14.7PS and 14.6Nm. Which is 1.4PS and 2Nm bump over the CB Unicorn 150 and the CB Unicorn 160 is 10kg lighter than its older sibling. The bike has a 5-speed gearbox which is employed via a heel-toe type shifter. The Unicorn employs a diamond type frame and employs monoshock suspension at the back like its predecessor.
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Preferred For : Daily Commute
44% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
I have old unicorn dazzler 150 cc bike for 4 years almost driven about a lakh KM then am looking to buy new vehicle in Honda is my only choice because of it's quite engine performance but Honda give this unicorn 160 cc as a faulty Engine or else very noisy engine on my view . even they have service the engine but the is not satisfied for me .if I go about 80kmpl it's ok if I cross above 80 km speed the engine get noisy . even my old Dazzler still remain soft while I go above 80. so I don't trust the 160 cc bike in Honda .now I buy again 150 cc unicorn after 2 years .
If you talk about refinement then Honda offers the best in class as per my opinion. Looks aren"t that catchy. 200-250 km ride won"t hurt you unless the roads are extremely bad. Highway cruising will be effortless for the bike where as you might like to take a break for 100 kms or so due to slight back pain. Decent fuel economy. I have been driving it for the last 4 years. It"s always around 45-50 kmpl highway and 40-45 kmpl city. So I go get an approximate 42-43 kmpl in everyday commute.
It's a family bike and some stylish in honda especially seat some what big compared to other bikes .i didn't think of buying CB UNICORN 160 on that time no bike was latest. i was purchased my bike in August 2015 on that time it was latest so i purchase
Very Smooth ride. Handling is much easier HET Engine, delivers good pickupBut Mileage 40 kmpl in City and 45 - 50 on Highway.Because of CBS Braking system its Safer Bike.But ABS Braking system is imperative need for 150 CC Bikes.
It packs a punch when accelerating at 3rd and 4th gear but lots of vibes, the seat is stiff and suspension is also on the stiffer side. But for city commute it's good and for touring too.
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