All Hero MotoCorp Hunk Versions

Hero MotoCorp Hunk Front Disc
Air cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder, 149.2cc , 65.1 kmpl
Hero MotoCorp Hunk Rear Disc
Air cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder, 149.2cc , 65.1 kmpl

Editorial Review of the Hero MotoCorp Hunk bike

The Hunk was launched in 2007 to provide a muscular and fun to ride 150cc bike for the masses. The bike instantly caught the attention of the enthusiast with its muscular looking design and modern features. The bike got a revamp in 2009 to further make it more appealing. Today the Hunk is sold in seven color options and wears 2.75” tyres on 18-inch alloys up front and 100/90 tyres on 18-inch alloys at the rear. The front end is dominated by a contoured visor and flared fender. The tank looks brilliant and is well complemented by the lovely looking air-scoops. The tank also wears a raging bull insignia for added muscle. At the rear, you do notice the ridged muffler and a rear disc brake set-up. The speedometer console looks terrific, especially at night and is of the semi-digital variety. Another area where the Hunk scores is the overall sitting posture and comfort – riding position is sporty and the huge tank feels good to grip with your thighs. The Hunk also has one of the best suspensions in this segment and riding the bike on all kinds of roads is a pleasure! This can be attributed to the fact that the rear suspension comes with GRS (gas reservoir suspension) nitrox based system. The overall dynamics and braking of the bike are of the higher order. The Hunk is powered by the same engine that does duty on the Achiever and CBZ Xtreme though it shares the power and torque figures with the latter only at 14.4PS and 12.8Nm respectively. The engine excels in all parameters – it is smooth, punchy and at a rated (IDC norms) 65.1kmpl, it is efficient too! The Hunk comes with a 3 year / 40,000km warranty and 6 free service benefits of up to 18 months. The new Hero MotoCorp Hunk sells for Rs 62, 215 for the single disc and Rs 65,215 for the rear disc version, all prices being ex-showroom Delhi.

Hero MotoCorp Hunk Colors

User Reviews

bad bike
by Posted on Apr,22,2014 at 14:37 PM

Pros bad bike

Cons bad milage

ple avoid this bike don't buy it !! ple avoid this bike don't buy it !! ple avoid this bike don't buy it !! ple avoid this bike don't buy it !!

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Hunk
by Hurt Posted on Jun,23,2010 at 12:09 PM

Pros Sexy Pick up.... Rips a 150 pulsar.......easily

Cons Less Mileage...

Better than a pulsar 150 in comparisn...Really good shock absorbers....

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fair
by Kanimozhi Posted on Jun,19,2010 at 12:31 PM

Pros Great looks poor milage

Cons fair interiors

Only look paint quality not good Handle powder coating not good itis rubout in three months Poor milage

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Comments

By arun kumar Posted on May,26,2013 at 12:16 PM

hunk is excellent bike i never seen


By Ashok Posted on Jan,16,2013 at 13:52 PM

no spare parts in HYD (Hunk)


By kakarot Posted on Dec,31,2012 at 16:44 PM

Pls help in selecting a bike for me, as i am buying first time and have less riding experience (only friends bike) :D I
have Hero hunk, apache 160/180, avenger, unicorn in mind. pls suggest best one and if better are available


By Nareshreddy Posted on Jun,09,2012 at 14:49 PM

Iam looking to forward to buy tvs apache,but my attention was struck with hero hunk two wheeler vechile,now iam
confused. Please give me a genuine suggestion thank u,


By Manoj kalita Posted on Feb,26,2012 at 23:51 PM

I like it hunk bike


By anilkumar Posted on Feb,11,2012 at 19:13 PM

good bike i like it