Is Honda Unicorn outdated?

With the Honda Unicorn, Honda elevates its ideology to a new level, boasting the ideal balance of luxury, comfort, and style. In terms of appearance and durability, it is by far the most sophisticated motorbike in its class. It is an additional product of the well-known Honda technology.
Honda may have made the strategic choice to retain the Unicorn's familiarity and appeal among its devoted customer base by sticking with its current appearance. The Unicorn BS6 delivers notable engine and performance enhancements despite the lack of exterior changes. Unicorn's timeless and enduring appeal could be its unaltered appearance. The Unicorn has been a well-liked option for riders in India for twenty years, despite its age, because of its dependability, comfort, and usefulness.
Engine and gearbox 
The larger 163-cc engine on the new motorcycle is the main modification. The air-cooled, fuel-injected engine generates 14.92 Nm of torque and 12.92 PS. While the torque has increased by 1.2 Nm, the power output remains the same as the Unicorn 150. It is still using a five-speed gearbox.
With the exception of an engine stop switch, the characteristics are much the same as the design. Unicorn lacks features like an ACG starter and LED headlights, like the Honda Shine has. Alongside the assortment of digital consoles, the three-pod traditional instrument cluster has also been retained, though it is rather antiquated. ABS with a single channel is present.
Suspension and Brakes
The Honda Unicorn's mechanical configuration is derived from the Unicorn 150. Its suspension consists of a monoshock and a basic telescopic fork. There is just one version of the Unicorn BS6, and it has 240mm front disc and 130mm rear drum brakes. ABS with one channel is the norm.
  • Cosy and elegant.
  • Incredibly dependable.
  • lighter and has greater ground clearance than before.
  • Currently, it is extremely expensive in BS6 form.
  • It seems a little out of date.
  • There are not a lot of features.
Price and Variants
The Honda Unicorn is available for purchase for Rs. 1.09 lakh (ex-showroom). There is only one version of the bike available: the STD (standard) type.

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