Honda has updated the Unicorn 150 commuter motorcycle with ABS. It is the brand’s one of the best selling motorcycles and also one of the longest-serving bikes.
Honda Unicorn 150 ABS has been launched in India, for a price tag of Rs 78,800. The non-ABS variant goes Rs 6,500 cheaper, priced at Rs 72,300 (prices ex-showroom.)
The 150cc commuter motorcycle has been updated with a single-channel ABS. For braking, the bike uses 240mm front disc and 130mm drum brake at the back, without an option of a rear disc brake.
Other mild updates include tubeless tires as a standard fitment and a small ABS sticker on the front. Other than that, there are no mechanical as well as visual changes onboard.
Honda Unicorn 150 continues with its same ol’ 149.2cc air-cooled engine, which is capable of delivering 12.73 BHP and 12.8 Nm of peak torque. The motor comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
The claimed mileage of the bike stands at 60 kmpl, which would definitely come down to 52 kmpl in real riding conditions. With a fuel tank capacity of 14 Litres, it could offer an impressive riding range of around 700 kms.
For suspension purposes, it is equipped with telescopic forks at the front and Spring loaded Hydraulic Monoshocks at the back. At both the ends, the bike uses 18-inch alloy wheels.
Features onboard include analogue instrument pods, ABS, Long and cushioned seat, Tubeless tires and classy chrome inputs. Unicorn 150 is one of the least feature equipped bikes in its segment.
The bike is offered in 3 colour options – Pearl Igneous Black, Red and Geny Gray Metallic.
Honda Unicorn 150 competes with the likes of Yamaha SZ-R, Bajaj V15, Hero Achiever and TVS Apache RTR 160. The increased prices of the Honda scooter now places it closer to the Pulsar 150.
Unicorn is Honda’s second best selling motorcycle, after CB Shine. It has been in the lineup for over 10 years and is still going strong. Honda tried to replace it with CB Unicorn 150 and 160 but failed in doing so.
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