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. 2016 is the year when Honda’s Unicorn 150 not just returned to the market but, since its relaunch, it has become even more popular with masses than it was in its first outing.
Cosmetically, the new CB Unicorn is identical to the older model. The conservative looks of the motorcycle is brought out by the simple and clean decal-free bodywork. The sculpted fuel tank has been designed to allow you to comfortably latch your leg on to it, and can gulp down 13 litres of fuel.
This is one of the best Caferacer modification done on Honda Unicorn. This modification is done by McM custom and it follows an Indonesian style as the work done and the design is really clean. This Honda Unicorn modification is one of the best looking cafe racer in India.
Talking about the modification the frame is redesigned into cafe racer style and the rear portion of the bike is also chopped. Both the front and rear tires are changed with black alloy and the middle portion of the front alloy is painted in metallic blue to match the color theme of the bike. The color theme of this bike is metallic blue and black combination but most portion of the bike is in black color. The fuel tank is painted in metallic blue color which will surely catch some eyes. At the front it has clip-on handle bar with harley style side mirror attached on it. The side indicators are on the handle itself. It has a round yellow tinted headlamps with blue color on the cover. It also has a custom made exhaust system in black color.
The stock Honda Unicorn is powered by a 149.2-cc, single-cylinder engine that outputs a maximum power of 12.73 Bhp @ 8000 rpm along with a peak torque of 12.80 Nm @ 5500 rpm. The engine has been mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.
It is no small feat when you consider the Unicorn 150 is technologically inferior to the Unicorn 160. The popularity of the Unicorn 150 has now led Honda to introducing the BS IV-compliant version of the motorcycle. However, the Unicorn 150 has not been upgraded cosmetically or mechanically (except making it BS IV compliant) in this form and it now costs Rs 69,305 (ex-showroom Delhi)
Honda CB Unicorn 150 has never been a choice of those who live for adventure and thrill in every moment.
This modified Honda Unicorn, however, carries a handful of performance modifications. The engine has been re-bored and given an upsized piston. While the enhanced power figures aren’t available at the moment, the customiser insists that the modified motorcycle is significantly faster than the stock version.
The Honda CB Unicorn is an excutive commuter motorcycle. While Honda had discontinued the CB Unicorn to make space for the CB Unicorn 160, the strong demand led to the model being relaunched in India at the 2016 Auto Expo.
The Honda CB Unicorn is built around a diamond type frame. It is powered by a 149cc single-cylinder engine, which delivers 13bhp and 13Nm of torque. Mated to a five-speed transmission, this super refined engine has played a major role in giving the CB Unicorn its cult status.