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Honda Hornet 160 R

Rs95,232
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Honda Hornet 160 R overview

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Mileage Top SpeedDisplacementEMI
NA115 Kmph162.71 cc View All SpecsRsCheck now

Pros

  • Reliability
  • Styling
  • Brakes

Cons

  • Engine lacks punch
  • No engine kill switch
  • Pricey

Verdict

The CB Hornet 160 is Honda’s third attempt in the premium 150cc segment and it seems the Japanese bikemaker has gotten it correct this time around. The sharp and edgy styling has appealed to the youngsters while the Honda name brings endows it with reliability. The CB Hornet 160 is a good option for someone in the hunt for a sporty, comfortable and easy to ride 150cc machine.

Summary

 Honda's CB Hornet 160R is expected to launch in December 2015. This bike has already been showcased by Honda and in terms of styling, it looks very aggressive. The bike looks best when viewed from ...

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Honda Hornet 160 R Price

The least priced variant is  Honda CB Hornet 160R  priced at Rs. 95,232 and the most priced variant is Honda CB Hornet 160R ABS DLX   priced at Rs. 1,04,028.

Honda Hornet 160 R Price List

VariantSpecsPrice
STD 162.71 cc,Rs95,232
CBS 162.71 cc,Rs1,00,219
STD ABS 162.71 cc,Rs1,01,258
ABS DLX 162.71 cc,Rs1,04,028
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Honda Hornet 160 R Specifications

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Engine 162.71 cc

Mileage City/Highway

Torque 14.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm

Power 15.09 PS @ 8500 rpm

Radial Tyres

Alloy Wheels

Self Start

ABS

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CB Hornet 160R Expert Review

Here is what our experts feel about CB Hornet 160R

 Honda's CB Hornet 160R is expected to launch in December 2015. This bike has already been showcased by Honda and in terms of styling, it looks very aggressive. The bike looks best when viewed from its sides. Its fuel tank gets a lot of cuts and creases to showoff its muscle. There are hydraulic petal disc brakes on front as well as rear wheels. The CB Hornet 160R will also feature slanted V-shaped, five-spoke alloy wheels. Honda's Combi Brake System will also be present here to minimise stopping distance.The hornet features single piece seat for rider and pillion.

 
 
 

CB Hornet 160R is likely to share the engine with the CB Unicorn 160 along with its all-digital console. Around the back, the stop lamp is designed in the shape of “X” and gets LED treatment. The exhaust muffler is shorter than that of the CB Unicorn 160 and gets aluminium heat shield.

If the engine isn't tweaked for the Hornet, then it could produce power figures identical to the Unicorn 160. The 162.7cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine in the Unicorn produces 14.7 PS of power at 8000 RPM and 14.6 Nm of torque at 6000 RPM. The patented Honda Eco Technology (HET), seen in new Honda two-wheelers, will also mark its presence in the Hornet to help boost its mileage figures. When launched, the Hornet will go head-to-head with Suzuki's Gixxer and Yamaha's FZ V2.0.

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