Now Pay More For The Honda Unicorn, XBlade And Hornet 2.0

  • Jan 8, 2021
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Thankfully, the premium isn’t too high

Much like many of its competitors, Honda too has upped the asking price of its motorcycles. Even though the Unicorn, XBlade and Hornet 2.0 are Honda’s ‘premium’ made-in-India bikes, they do not receive a substantial price hike. The table below enlists the new ex-showroom Delhi prices of the three motorcycles:


New Prices

Old Prices



Rs 95,738

Rs 94,548

Rs 1,190


Single disc: 1,07,851

Double disc: 1,12,241

Single disc: Rs 1,06,687

Double disc: Rs 1,10,968

Single disc: Rs 1,164

Double disc: Rs 1,273

Hornet 2.0

Standard: Rs 1,28,195

Repsol edition: Rs 1,30,195

Standard: Rs 1,26,927

Repsol edition: Rs 1,28,927

Rs 1,268

The maximum premium is Rs 1,273 for the double disc variant of the XBlade, which should not pinch your pockets by much. However, in the grand scheme of things, the XBlade is one of the priciest bikes in its class.

Also Read: TVS Apache Range Gets It's First Price Hike For 2021

With these new prices, the Hornet has become slightly more expensive than the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V’s single-channel ABS variant. The Honda naked, in its standard trim, is still around Rs 5,000 less expensive than the RTR 200 dual-channel ABS. These prices make it a bit hard to justify buying the Honda over the TVS as the Apache has more performance and better features.

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