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  • Q. How is Honda hornet 160R & what about performance?

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    Sasikiran
    Sasikiran | 1 year ago

    I am using it for the last 1 year and I am happy about the performance of the bike. I am getting a milage of about 53 when maintaining speeds of 50-60. Engine feels silent till 55KMPH speed and from 56-75KMPH speed you can hear a sporty exhaust. after that engine is a little bit noisy. But even at speed of 105 I am not able to feel any vibrations in hand or at footpegs. Braking could have been better. Ride comfort is also good but not the best and this entirely depends on your height and your seating position. Before buying you go for a test drive or ask a friend and ride the vehicle for about 100KMS. You will know whether the ride is comfortable or not

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    Tushar
    Tushar | 2 years ago

    The bike is good at performance. The engine redlines easily which allows you to use the power available with ease. After 6,500rpm the engine hum changes to a grunt which encourages you to redline in every gear. The 162.71cc engine delivers 15.7bhp at a slightly higher 8,500rpm, the peak torque is 14.76Nm which is delivered at 6,500rpm. The five-speed gearbox does its duty smoothly and didn't fumble once during those five kilometres for which we rode the bike. Ride quality is firm and handling commendable, but it was too brief a ride to really put the Hornet through its paces.

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    Sunil
    Sunil | 1 year ago

    The bike performs really well recently i completed my first 2000 kms ride with my hornet 160r 2 months old bike after 150kms continous riding the bike was not strugling the engine is perform well

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