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  • Q. What is its milage & how is its performance - Unicorn 160?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    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. It has a claimed mileage of 62 Kmpl.

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    UnknownKW
    UnknownKW | 1 day ago

    Performance is adequate, it goes 70-80kmph quick. Oeverall I get a mileage of 50-55kmpl

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  • Q. My height 6.1 feet, is it suitable and what is the mileage - Unicorn 160?
    Suraj
    Suraj | 6 months ago

    As per ur height it might not be suitable and mileage is 50-55kms and it depends on ur riding skills

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    Jayakishore
    Jayakishore | 7 months ago

    Yeah I'm 5'11 it's suitable for me so far. Try test driving once from your nearest outlet.

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  • Q. What is its mileage in village soil road??? If continuous use in 70km/days - Unicorn 160?
    Amit
    Amit | 9 months ago

    Upto 50km for average road conditions with minimum fluctuations in gear up down

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    Sakthi
    Sakthi | 9 months ago

    It will be around 50 KMPL. in city it will be 43-45KMPL.

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  • Q. What is the mileage? And is there any vibration of engine with top speed - Unicorn 160?
    UnknownKW
    UnknownKW | 1 day ago

    Yess there is some vibrations in 7000-9500 RPM region but the bike can easily go till 100kmph

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    Puneeth
    Puneeth | 12 months ago

    The mileage is roughly 55-60,there is minimal vibration above 100kmph.

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  • Q. I am a daily commuter of almost 6 ft height. Which 150+ cc bike is better in performance, mileage and durability? Please suggest anybody...
    Pradip
    Pradip | 1 week ago

    Yes

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  • Q. What is the exact mileage for Unicorn 160 and Unicorn 150?
    Khileshwar
    Khileshwar | 2 weeks ago

    55

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  • Q. Why it gives more mileage than unicorn 150?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    In our fuel runs, the CB Unicorn 150 managed to return a mileage of 57.18kmpl on the highways and a close figure in the city as well. Whereas, CB Unicorn 160 delivered a mileage of around 50kmpl in real world conditions.

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  • Q. Is it good for hills region - Unicorn 160?
    Ashish
    Ashish | 4 months ago

    Not really. I'll rather refer it as commuter. A little off-roading in hilly areas will be fine for the bike. Even if you stay at hill station with tarmac roads then this bike is great. It has enough torque compared with similar cc bikes.

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    Tushar
    Tushar | 1 year ago

    Yeah, you can rely on Honda CB Unicorn for hilly areas, as it is a sturdy and big bike built on quality material references and comes with decent enough power and strength required for such tracks and conditions.

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  • Q. What is its milage & how is its performance - Unicorn 160?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    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. It has a claimed mileage of 62 Kmpl.

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    UnknownKW
    UnknownKW | 1 day ago

    Performance is adequate, it goes 70-80kmph quick. Oeverall I get a mileage of 50-55kmpl

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  • Q. IS CB Unicorn really a very good bike? How was the ride, mileage and experience. FZS v2.0 (VS) CB Unicorn 160, Which one is the best bike to Purchase.
    Rahul
    Rahul | 1 day ago

    CB Unicorn is a good commuting bike but the ride gets uncomfortable within 2 hours as the seat is not that soft. FZS is much better however the riding posture is different. In unicorn the riding posture is set back comfortable while the FZ has a little committed riding posture. I haven't ride the FZ but have the unicorn for almost a year now. As of my experience unicorn is powerful, it has the sufficient power and Torque plus it's seat height is low so for people with short height, this bike won't be a problem. Riding experience is good though however it can be improved by replacing with the hard seat with a soft one. During my time of riding the bike gave me around 50-55 KMPL . Overall the bike good in this price range and the CBS works like a charm however the rear drum brake with get loose after a fees months which can be fixed.You should test ride both the bikes but as of my experience unicorn is a very good bike.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Honda Unicorn 160 is for someone looking for a powerful and easy to ride commuter motorcycle with good mileage for company. It is quite a looker thanks to its aggressive stance and large proportions. The motor is the most powerful here though not the most refined. The handling too lags behind its rivals in terms of agility. What it gets are good reliability and brilliant fit and finish levels but that comes at a price too. It is the most expensive motorcycle in its segment. The Yamaha FZ S is the snazzier version of the FZ16 and possesses all the qualities that made Indian bikers to warmly accept it in our market. The second generation FZ-Fi already feels dated thanks to its strong competition. It is the least powerful bike here though it can still hold a candle when it comes to dynamics. it though is in desperate need of an upgrade - both in terms of styling and performance. As an overall package, we would suggest you to pick for Yamaha FZ S FI (V 2.0).

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