honda cb hornet 160r price in bangladesh 2018 blue metallic
HONDA CB HORNER 160R
The Honda Hornet 160R is the Japanese two wheeler maker’s third attempt at luring in the young. It tried with the Dazzler and then with the Trigger, but both bikes were half-baked attempts. The Dazzler completely lacked appeal and the Trigger was just a Unicorn in fancier clothing.Recently this bike launch in Bangladesh. And its attracted many young generation.It comes in three colors like striking green,blue metalic,sports red.
As we mentioned the Hornet is based on the Unicorn but Honda has reworked the carburetor (says Honda) to bump up the power and torque figures. It has also reworked the exhaust and thrown in a catalytic converter in there to make the Hornet BS IV compliant; emission levels that are only due in 2017. It has given the Hornet 160R a slightly revised swing arm, wider tyres and beefier front forks; these are now 37 mm in diameter.
This bike engine capacity is 162.7cc and can produce 14.9 BHP @ 8500 rpm and 14.5 nm torque.Its fuel tank capacity is 12 liters and colling system is air cooled.Its fuel delivery system is carburetor and its overall mileage is 59 kml. Its kerb weight is 138 kg and clutch plate is wet,multi plate.Its front brake is disc and rear is drum. It is 5 speed gears with self and kick start.
But, the big change can be experienced once you mount the bike. The rider foot-pegs are now a set of rear sets, the handlebar is lower and wider, and the seat is still low enough for the average Indian male to firmly plant his feet on the ground. This change alone makes the Hornet 160R likable. The seating offers a lovely balance between comfort and control and even after long hours in the saddle, it won’t leave one with an aching back or a sore bottom.
The Hornet 160R looks even better in the flesh – muscular, big bike like, and completely new age. The tank in particular – with its extensions and that black plastic strip makes it look like a 250 cc. The chunky forks and fat tyres further helping the cause. The X-shaped tail lamps are a good addition too. Among the current crop of stylish 150s, this is the one you’d want to buy for its looks alone. Adding to the Hornet’s charm is its class matching quality and fit and finish levels; this bike looks every bit as expensive as it is.
It’s fairly usable for a pillion too. The seat is comfy, the foot pegs aren’t too high or rear set and the split grab rails are easy to grip. Now, the Hornet might be heavier than the Unicorn and it might use fatter tyres, but it still feels flick-able and light to handle in the city. The throttle response is linear and it has enough ground clearance to take on the rough just in case one wants to fly past the choked rush hour traffic over the gravely, sometimes rocky, unmade road shoulder.
What’s not as impressive on the Hornet is the Trigger-borrowed instrumentation (it’s not easy to use), the switch gear (it still lacks an engine kill switch) and the Unicorn hand-me-down rear view mirrors; the latter clearly could have been more stylish to go with the bike’s overall design.
All the honda cb hornet 160r is same just the color is different. Some people like striking green color bike some people like red sporst color and some people like blue metalic. The color is based om their choice but in my opinion Honda cb hornet 160r blue metalic color is quite attractive and also looks pretty.