Unicorn 160 Colour Options and Looks
The Honda Unicorn 160 commuter bike is premium and looks premium, thanks to the new chrome accents. The Unicorn 160’s front gets an angular headlamp that has thick chrome accents. The motorcycle is still equipped with a halogen headlamp, but it would have been nice if Honda offered an LED option. A blacked out visor is included with the motorcycle’s body panels. There are also blacked out rear-view mirrors. The Unicorn’s side profile shows that it has a butch stance.
The new Honda Unicorn 160 features a powerful fuel tank featuring Honda’s 3D emblem. It also has a long, flat single-piece seat that provides great comfort. The motorcycle’s lower half is blacked out, giving it a more sophisticated look. There are also subtle chrome accents. It also gets a large tail light, but it’s also a halogen unit. The turn indicators and tail lamps are not equipped with LEDs. The 2021 Honda Unicorn 160 comes in three colour options. These are the Imperial Red Metallic Metallic, Mat Axis Grey Metallic, and Pearl Igneous Schwarz.
The new Honda Unicorn 160 looks the same as its predecessor. The Unicorn 160 is a stylish commuter bike that feels premium. It is also available in multiple colours.
Unicorn 160 Dimensions & Capacity
The new Honda Unicorn is 2081mm long, 756mm wide and 1103mm high. It has a 1335 mm wheelbase and a 798 mm seat height, making it easy for tall and short riders. It has a huge 187mm ground clearance, which makes it easy to handle speed breaks. The motorcycle has a 13-litre fuel tank. The new Honda Unicorn 160 BS6 is 140 kg in weight.
The Honda Unicorn 160 is a well-built motorcycle with great ground clearance. It is easy to ride and has a large fuel tank.
Unicorn 160 Engine Performance & Mileage
The all-new Honda Unicorn 160 features a 162.7cc single-cylinder air-cooled, fuel-injected, BS6-compliant 162.7cc single-cylinder engine. The Unicorn 150 was the BS4 version. It used to have a 149.2cc motor. The updated BS6 motor produces 12.7 PS of maximum power at 7500 pm and 14 Nm peak torque at 5500 rpm. It is mated with a 5-speed manual gearbox and features Honda’s Eco Technology (HET), improving performance and fuel economy. A new engine start/stop switch is now available on the bike.
The Honda Unicorn 160 is an excellent motorcycle in terms of performance. The 160cc premium commuter bike is much more powerful than the 125cc models on the market. It has a good start, and the power delivery is very linear. This makes for a more relaxed riding experience. The new Honda Unicorn 160 has a very high fuel economy. The premium commuter bike achieves 45-55 km in real-world riding conditions. This is a great result for a motorcycle at this price.
The new Honda Unicorn 160 is a great choice for commuter bikes. It also offers excellent pick-up. This premium commuter bike is ideal for city riding and has a great fuel economy.
Unicorn 160 Tires, Brakes, and Features
The Honda Unicorn 160’s new design is built on a premium diamond frame. Telescopic forks are used at the front to control the suspension, while the rear gets a mono-shock absorber hydraulically. The Honda Unicorn 160 has a smooth, comfortable ride. It can easily absorb bumps and irregularities. At either end, the Honda Unicorn 160 has disc brakes. It has a front disc brake of 240mm and a rear drum brake unit of 130mm.
The new Honda Unicorn 160 comes standard with a single-channel ABS (anti-lock braking) system as an added safety feature. ABS is a rare feature on commuter bikes in India. The 18-inch tubeless tyres used by the motorcycle are 18 inches. The motorcycle’s front tyre measures 80/100-18, while its rear tyre measures 100/90 section 18 inches. The HET tyres on the motorcycle offer low rolling resistance and are specifically designed to improve fuel economy. The Honda Unicorn also features analogue dials that are blue-backlit. The motorcycle comes with an analogue speedometer and tachometer, as well as a fuel gauge.