Honda motor company has finally come up with new bike Honda CB Unicorn 160 cc this year. Earlier in December 2016, the company has hinted that Unicorn new model will be out with some modifications and finally the Honda Motorcycles and Scooters unveiled the all new Honda CB Unicorn 160 cc with stunning features.
Honda CB Unicorn is the most successful bike for the company and unicorn sales are immense compared to the past couple of years. Honda CB Unicorn 150cc got a huge response from buyers and finally the company stopped the 150cc segment and released its new model CB Unicorn 160cc. The first Honda CB Unicorn 150cc was launched in 2014 and since then the model has not seen any major changes.
However, the 160cc version not catches the expectations and finally in the early 2017, Honda has released CB Unicorn 160cc with a BS-IV technology engine and extraordinary feature like Automatic Headlights on (AHO) function. It has priced at Rs 73,352 (Ex-Showroom, Delhi).
The updated and new Honda CB Unicorn 160 cc comes with refreshed styling and several new features added which makes more appealing to the customers. During the launch, Y.S. Guleria, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India said, “Unicorn 150-160cc segment is most competitive model in the market. The CB Unicorn 160 cc looks stylish in design and great fuel efficiency made it as a successful bike from Honda. Coming to the engine side, the new Honda CB Unicorn 160 CC comes with latest BS-IV technology.”
The Honda CB Unicorn160 cc 2017 introduced into the market with a matte Marvel blue color, while the current imperial red metallic and pearl igneous black color now get new attractive graphics as standard. The other colors include Pearl Amazing white and Matte Axis Grey. The attractive feature in Honda CB Unicorn 160 cc 2017 is its Automatic Headlight On technology (AHO). The bike is little bit taller by 2 mm on the 217 edition.
New Honda CB Unicorn 160cc use 162.71cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine and delivers 13.82 bhp at 8000 rpm and 13.92 NM at 6000 rpm, instead of the previous output of 14.5bhp and 14.61NM of torque. The 5-speed transmission has been retained while the top speed is restricted to 106 kmph. The remaining features include telescopic front forks, mono suspension at the rear and the twin disc brakes with CBS remains same.