Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) was slowly upgrading its product portfolio to satisfy the approaching BS-VI emission standards. The giant began with the Activa 125 in September 2019, which was followed closely Activa 6G by the SP125 and, more lately, the Dio. The business has launched the 2020 Unicorn but using more than only an upgrade.
Let’s a few minutes to reflect upon the background of the Unicorn name. Ever it’s been among the offerings. In 2015, the plug was pulled by HMSI despite its approval and replaced it. The movement was not obtained as Honda had expected, forcing them to bring the Unicorn 150 back. Honda lasted using the 150 and pulled the plug on it some time Together with the 160 racking amounts on the sales charts. The 2020 Unicorn is a replacement of the CB Unicorn 160 along with their CB Unicorn 150.
It is the fact that it loses the CB’ prefix in addition to the’150′ suffix. Other modifications include a 162.7cc heart that’s been borrowed in the CB Unicorn 160 and gas injection. Contrary to the predecessor that created 13.82bhp, the Unicorn generates 12.7 horses. This electricity output signal is equal to the Unicorn 150. Rating stands in 14Nm. Bearing in mind that it weighs compared to Unicorn 150, anticipate it to be quicker.
Brakes, front wheels, and the gas tank are identical to the Unicorn 150. In reality, Honda continued with the Unicorn 150’s layout and has played safe. There is a difference in the size of the Unicorn 150 and the Unicorn.
Honda has established the new Unicorn at Rs 93,593 (ex-showroom Delhi). At this cost, it’s roughly Rs 1,400 less costly than its direct competition, the Bajaj Pulsar 150, which will be priced at Rs 94,956 (ex-showroom Delhi).
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