Honda have updated their popular 150cc commuter motorcycle, the CB Unicorn 150 for India. The main talking point of the update will be the addition of single-channel ABS. This is with due respect to the system of ABS/CBS being mandatory on all two-wheelers from now onwards.
Apart from the introduction of ABS, the CB Unicorn 150 remains largely unchanged. The addition of tubeless tyres on the motorcycle remains the only other change. The motorcycle, despite being unchanged for a long time, still has a separate fanbase in India.
It seems that Honda wants to play it safe with the CB Unicorn 150 here. The CB Unicorn 150 comes powered by a 149.2cc, single-cylinder engine. This engine makes 12.73 BHP of power and 12.80 Nm of torque.
Features on the CB Unicorn 150 include an analogue instrument console, a carburettor cover and chrome accents above the headlamp to name a few. It comes with telescopic forks at the front and monoshock absorbers at the rear in terms of suspension. The CB Unicorn 150 is sold in three colour options: namely grey, black and red.
The 2019 CB Unicorn 150 ABS has been launched at a price of INR.78,815 (ex-showroom, Delhi). In comparison with the non-ABS version of the motorcycle, it commands a premium of INR.6,500. The CB Unicorn 150 ABS will go head on against the Bajaj Pulsar 150 TD, which also underwent a recent update.
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