The new Honda Unicorn 160 is based totally on an advanced diamond frame.
The suspension responsibilities on the motorbike are in motion via means of telescopic forks on the front, and it receives a hydraulic mono-shock on the rear.
The Honda Unicorn 160 gives a clean and safe experience. It soaks in irregularities and difficult patches of roads effortlessly. The braking responsibility for the brand new Honda Unicorn 160 comes via disc brakes. At the front, it has a 240 mm disc brake, and on the rear, the motorbike has a 130 mm drum brake unit.
The Honda Unicorn has acquired the main improvement robotically and received a 162.7cc engine with PGM-FI HET.
The motor generates the identical energy as Unicorn 150 (12.5hp); however, it stepped forward with a torque of 14Nm. There is likewise the engine kill transfer in the region now.
The new Honda Unicorn 160 additionally receives a single-channel ABS or anti-lock braking gadget as well-known as a further protection aid. It is one of only a few commuter motorcycles in India that function ABS. The motorbike runs on 18-inch tubeless tyres.
The front tyre of the motorbike measures 80/100-18 even as the rear one is a 100/ninety segment 18-inch unit.
The motorbike receives HET tyres that provide low rolling resistance and are in where they can help to grow the fuel efficiency.
The Honda Unicorn receives analogue dials with a blue backlit in terms of capabilities.
The motorbike receives an analogue speedometer, tachometer, gasoline gauge and a show for tail lights.
The Honda Unicorn 160 is a premium commuter bike and looks luxurious thanks to the new chrome trim on the body part.
At the front are angled headlamps with thick chrome inserts around the Unicorn 160. However, the bike still has halogen headlights, and it would be better if Honda offered LED units.
Unicorn bikes also received tinted visors and rear-view mirrors integrated with the body panels. If you go to the side profile, you can see that the Unicorn has struts.
The new Honda Unicorn 160 features a muscular fuel tank with the 3D Honda emblem. The bike comes with a flat, one-piece seat for a high comfort level.
The lower half of Honda Unicorn has been completely blacked out for a more elegant look and has subtle chrome accents. At the rear, it has received large taillights, but it is also halogen. The motorcycle has no LEDs, and the turn signals are also halogen. The new 2021 Honda Unicorn 160 is currently available in three colour options. These are Imperial Red Metallic, Mat Axis Gray Metallic and Pearl Igneous Black.
The BS6 Honda Unicorn has not undergone any changes in style or design. The new version of the commuter bike has an 8mm increase in ground clearance and a 24mm more extended seat.
It measures 2081mm long, 756mm wide, 1103mm high with a 1335m wheelbase and has a curb weight of 140kg.
Honda Unicorn is available in the following different colours:
- Imperial Red Metallic
- Mat Axis Grey Metallic
- Pearl Igneous Black
Honda Unicorn colour range is captivating.
Variants of Honda Unicorn
Prices are primarily similar with no changes to design or specifications but only to certain parts.
- CB Unicorn 160 ABS
- CB Unicorn 160 Disc Brake
- CB Unicorn 160 CBS
A 24mm longer gives a comfortable ride on the Honda Unicorn. Suspension responsibility goes to the front telescopic fork and rear mono-shock.
The new model features 18-inch alloy wheels and low drag Honda tubeless tires at the rear for increased fuel efficiency.
In addition to upgrading the engine to the BS6 emission standard, the motorcycle comes with a 5-speed gearbox.