Honda CB Hornet Review

Honda is a famous two-wheeler manufacturing company which has manufactured various fuel efficient bikes like Honda Shine, Dream Yuga targeting the people of mid-ages. However, the design of the bike looks too old to be purchased by people of young ages. So, Honda, to fulfill the gap, launched a new bike and named it Honda CB Hornet.

The CB Hornet is built on the sporty platform. The fuel tank of the bike looks masculine and the extensions make the bike look aggressive as well as stylish. The headlight is also fitted in the Transformer-like housing. The bike features single seat, yet it is raised up at the rear which gives the feel of double seat.

Furthermore, the Hornet features the height and length of 1067 mm and 2041 mm respectively. The bike also is 783 mm wide having the weight of 140 kgs. Besides, the front wheel maintains the gap of 1345 mm from the rear wheel and the lower chassis of the bike is 164 mm away from the ground.

Moreover, Honda has powered the bike with air cooled, 4 stroke, SI engine which is capable of providing maximum power of 15.44 bhp @ 8500 RPM and maximum torque of 14.76 Nm @ 6500 RPM along with the displacement of 162.71 cc.

Besides, Honda has been exporting the CB Hornet in Nepal under the dealership of Syakar Trading Company Private Limited.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,69,000

Dimension:

 Body Type

 Naked

 Weight

 140 kg

 Length

 2041 mm

 Height

 1067 mm
 Width
 783 mm

 Wheelbase

 1345 mm

 Ground Clearance

 164 mm

 

Engine:

 Fuel

 12 liters

 Engine Type

 Air Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine

 Maximum Power

 15.44 bhp @ 8500 RPM

 Maximum Torque

 14.76 Nm @ 6500 RPM

 Displacement

 162.71 cc

 Box X Stroke

 57.30 x 63.09 mm

 Starting System

 Electric / Kick

 Final Drive

 Chain

 

Suspension:

 Front Suspension

 Telescopic

 Rear Suspension

 Mono-shock

 Front Tyre

 100/80-17

Rear Tyre

 140/70-17

 

Brakes:

 Front Brake

 Disc

 Rear Brake

 Disc

 

Transmission:

 Transmission

 Manual

 No. of Gears

 5

 Clutch

 Wet Multi-plate

 

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