These are the latest motorcycles from the two manufacturers which helped changing the fortune of their respective manufacturers in India. So how do these motorcycles ride and perform when we put them on the test with each other? Read on to find out.
The Hornet loves to be revved hard and it is close to the redline that the bike really comes to life. We feel it is best to ride the bike between 80 km/h to 100 km/h which it does effortlessly. With such less NVH levels, top-end performance and a butter smooth engine and gearbox, the Hornet performs really well.
Swing your leg over the saddle and you'll be baffled by the level of comfort the seat offers. Though it has single seat, it's very comfortable up front. Based on the mechanicals of the Unicorn 160 and tuned for class leading power and torque, the Hornet carried an all new design language introduced with the Unicorn 160 and carried on to basic commuters like the Livo.
With the launch of Honda CB Hornet 160R we have a competitor in the 150cc class which has come when the brands like Yamaha FZ -Fi and Suzuki Gixxer already reigning in the same segment. Let’s check it out how the new Honda CB Hornet 160R fares against the rest of the competition.
Honda has Unveiled the CB Hornet 160R at the RevFest, which literally made people's jaws fall on the floor. The overall design has been a modified version of the CX-01 concept, with Honda's new and refreshing design language to top with. Once launched, this will compete with the likes of the Yamahas and Suzukis which have been dominating this section of the sales chart.