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  • Q. Can I prefer Honda Hornet for daily and long-range commuting? I have doubts about its engine because of its air cooled engine.

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    Kshitij
    Kshitij | 1 year ago

    To answer this, I'd specify a few things: You must be aware of the vent design on the Yamaha FZ-S, cues from V-Max. However, they are just blocked and do not allow any air passage, on the contrary, the vents on the tank extensions of Hornet 2.0 provide passage to the air - directing it towards the mill and hence cooling is rather efficient. The epitome to this is the engine does not heat up even after long hours of riding in traffic and red light. I hope this helps.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Honda Hornet 2.0 is powered by a 184cc single-cylinder air-cooled mill that puts out 17.27PS at 8,500rpm and 16.1Nm at 6,000rpm. The Hornet 2.0 should prove to be comfortable for long rides given the design remains unchanged. The CB Hornet 160R offered good overall ride quality as it swallowed undulations and broken roads without any trouble and so should the 2.0. For more, we'd request you to check out the following links: - [All The Juicy Details Of The Honda Hornet 2.0@https://www.zigwheels.com/news-features/all-you-need-to-know/honda-hornet-20-price-features-engine-and-other-details/39572/

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    Gautam
    Gautam | 1 year ago

    Oil cool was invented specially for the covered bike,in which engine was covered thoroughly. But in case of a 200 cc naked bike,its not have any significance. You can trust on it blindly.it will not disappoint you.

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  • 1.0

    Lol on people who are buying this bike.Only look is good, Everything else deteriorates within 1 year; service and spares are really costly.Mileage will consume your salary.It's just 25 - 32 kmpl (including reserve).Changed chain sprocket within a year.Seating is uncomfortable for long drives (above 100km).Honda service centers are poor, Both in chennai and in hyderabad, Pratul and jsp honda will just charge you high but won't rectify your problem.Highlight is kickstart will be a problem within a year! changed battery within one and half years! whoa, What else! should change break pads and air filters every 6 months.Disc is of low metal quality, Got rusted within one and half years! so good luck!.

  • 5.0

    Best bike ever soo stylish honda refiend engine soo smooth bike 200cc best bike hornet 2.0 is soo good too see.

  • 4.6

    Bought it 3 weeks back and completely satisfied by its performance & mileage . The low end torque is just superb . I'm a beginner and it was easy for me to ride . Overall satisfied . The only negative i could say is false neutrals and they told it'll be fixed as you ride the vehicle more .

  • 5.0

    Very good bike i love hornet ♥️ most powerful engine🔥 looking also good 👌 mileage 45-50 maximum torque 🔥🔥

  • 1.8

    Don't go for honda products parts are not available since 4month of booking.Not able to ride bike after a little accident.

  • 4.6

    Let me summarize my 8 Months ownership review pros: 1. Awesome mileage - before 1st service I was getting 50kmpl when driving in city limit with 60-70kmph. It drops down to around 42kmpl on highways. After 2nd service, I was getting around 55kmpl in the city and around 45kmpl on highways. This is far better than many 150cc bikes like pulsar 150 or 160NS, RTR 160 4v, etc. 2. Very lightweight - I have driven a fair share of bikes from bajaj pulsar 200 and 220, Tvs apache 150. I must say given a 180 cc engine, It is far lighter than 200 cc segment bikes and is within range of 150-160 cc bikes from other brands. How does it help? While cornering on roads you feel more comfortable and confident while handling.3.Overall handling in the city - it is very easy to maneuver in the city even in heavy traffic. You will feel like you are just flying. Can't say more on this as this was the primary thing I was looking for after driving pulsar 220. (220 is a damn heavy bike and I had an issue while driving in traffic)4. Power - now many will look at the performance sheet and say the engine is underpowered, But let me tell you it has absolutely best in class weight to power ratio. Whenever you need to accelerate in traffic you can rely on this bike. The low and mid-performance are just awesome. I always zoom past traffic whenever the traffic light changes to green. The high end is not that peppy but still, we usually do not need that high performance in city limits.5.Engine refinement - this is also one of the best features I feel for this bike. The vibration is almost negligible, When standing still sometimes I get confused that the engine is not running at all. Even at 80-90s, there are minimal vibrations. Yeah after 100 it does start feeling some vibrations but being driven pulsar 220 it seems nothing.😆6.Tires - Tires are the widest available in the segment of 180 to 200 cc bikes. Along with being lightweight, stability is just out of the world. I can say with ease that even beginners with very little experience can handle this bike easily. 7. Looks - the looks are just awesome, It has been a head-turner every time I stop. I own the Repsol edition and from the front, it looks like a BMW. I have mistaken another hornet 2.0 coming from the front with BMW G310r. Cons:1.Stiffer suspension - due to suspension being on the stiffer side the stability is just awesome but takes away some comfort while driving at high speed on a bad road. So if you are from a city which has very bad roads or you live in the suburbs of a city. Your back might hate you to drive this. To be honest engine refinement goes for a toss on a bad road. We can adjust the suspensions also people have said that the suspension gets softer with use but I feel more like people getting habitual to the suspension. Overall for me, it is not a big problem as I mostly use it within the city and good roads.2.Pillion seat - it is okay to travel for a short distance on a pillion seat but long tours are not recommended. I have sat in the back seat for a good 1 hour and I could feel the stiffness building up on my bum and legs. Again the seat has ample space so it is okay to go for 40-50kms inside the city limit. But touring with a pillion is big no no.3.Ground clearance - the bike is short compared to its competitors. I have hit the main stand of the bike on sharp speed breakers and potholes many times when I was driving with a pillion on.When alone it doesn't have much problem. I weigh 73 kgs. So it is beneficial for short riders but for healthy people, they should first test drive it to see if it fits their purpose while clearing speed breakers and potholes. 4. High-end performance - this bike lacks high-end performance and red lines on 125-130kmph. Also, the wind blast is high due to being a naked streetfighter. Overall for city riding it doesn't have much problem.

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