Just like a few Honda motorcycles, the Unicorn 150 also gets a single-channel (ABS) system. That means, this system works only on the front wheel, to avoid locking it up. The Unicorn 150 is famous for its no non-sense design, and features that makes it quite enticing. The bike is comfortable too, thanks to the large seat, and the soft suspension setup. This bike was discontinued a few years ago to make way for the Unicorn 160. However, it was re-introduced in the Indian market due to the high demand.
The 150cc single-cylinder air-cooled motor on the CB Unicorn 150 makes 12.73bhp at 8000rpm and peak torque of 12.8Nm at 5500rpm. This engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox. In terms of features, the CB Unicorn 150 isn’t as loaded as the CB Hornet 160R or the X-Blade, but it does gets features like 3D logo on the fuel tank and chrome carburettor cover.
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