The Indian-made Honda Unicorn bike has now been launched in the far-off African country
Pubnews: The Indian-made Honda Unicorn bike has now been launched in a far-off African country. Honda Unicorn, a highly sought-after motorcycle in the Indian market, has now moved to Nigeria, Africa The 160cc bike, which is already popular in several Asian countries including India, has been introduced to the Nigerian market with the Made-in-India label. However, there are some differences between the Indian and Nigerian models of unicorns.
One of the most noticeable differences is the front end of the Nigerian Honda Unicorn, which bears a slight resemblance to the company’s other commuter bike, the SP125, in terms of headlight design. The bike has a realistic design with bulb headlights, a single-piece seat with grab rails, and bulb indicators.
The Honda Unicorn is powered by a 162.77cc single-cylinder engine that delivers 12.7bhp of power and 14 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox. The bike has a diamond-type frame, a conventional USD front fork, and a mono-shock suspension.
To handle braking duties, the Honda Unicorn comes with a single front disc and rear drum brake and rides on alloy wheels with tubeless tires. The bike has a three-pod instrument cluster with all analog units, along with ABS for added safety. The Honda Unicorn has been priced in the Nigerian market at 14,00,000 Nigerian Naira, which is equivalent to around 2.50 lakhs in Indian currency and almost double the price of the bike in India.
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