Honda India has revamped their website for a more modern and clean layout. Their motorcycles, scooters and superbikes are broken down in a simpler manner than before.
They have now decided to also remove their most popular bike from the website. Honda's 150cc Unicorn has now officially been removed from their Indian website.
This could only mean one thing, Honda has finally put its original Unicorn to rest in India. Japanese manufacturer had recently launched the 160cc Unicorn for the nation, which marked the beginning of the end for its previous generation motorcycle.
Honda's Unicorn 150 was their once highest selling motorcycle, it offered comfort, reliability and performance all in a single package. It was one of the first commuter bikes to sport a mono-shock suspension for the rear wheel.
Here are the technical specifications of Honda Unicorn 150:
- Engine: 149.1 cc single cylinder, air-cooled
- Horsepower: 13.14
- Torque: 12.84 Nm
- Gearbox: 5-speed transmission
The Japanese manufacturer is planning on introducing several new models along with updates to their existing products. Perhaps Honda was waiting to clear its stock of existing Unicorn 150 bikes in India and then remove it from their website.