Honda Unicorn 150 was one of the first models of the Japanese company that helped it establish its name in the Indian market. After a decade of sales that include three facelifts, the company decided to pull the plug on Unicorn 150 in late 2014 to make way for the Unicorn 160. However, due to the higher demand for the Unicorn 150, the company re-launched the motorcycle at the Auto Expo 2016.
The motorcycle has been priced at Rs 67,028 ex-showroom Delhi and comes with the same design. The specifications too remain untouched. The Unicorn 150 is powered by single-cylinder air cooled 149.1ccc engine that develops 13.14bhp at 8500rpm and 12.84Nm of torque at 5500rpm mated to five speed manual transmission. Honda claims the Unicorn 150 can reach top speed of 101kmph.
The motorcycle measures 2,095mm in length, 756mm in width and 1,100mm in height along with 1,340mm wheelbase. The motorcycle comes with 179mm ground clearance, 146kg kerb weight and fuel tank capacity of 13-litres.
Built on diamond type frame, the motorcycle features telescopic front suspension and monoshock suspension at the rear. Honda Unicorn 150 is one of first motorcycles that used mono suspension in India when it was originally launched in 2014. The motorcycle will be available in only black and red colour options.
Honda will also sell the Unicorn 160 alongside the Unicorn 150. The Unicorn 160 has been priced from Rs 72,412 ex-showroom, Delhi.