If you are looking to buy yourself a new 150-cc CB Unicorn motorbike, you should keep in mind that Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India has increased the waiting period for its flagship model to six months on account of huge demand.
The company, after entering India, introduced the Unicorn in 2005. Built by Honda’s R&D team in Japan and internally called the CBF150M, it was made to order for Indian road conditions.
However, after the launch of its first edition, the company silently revamped it with minor changes and termed it
“CB Unicorn” to comply with Euro III norms.
Unicorn competes in the fiercely fought 150-cc segment, which has Pulsar from Bajaj Auto Ltd and the Apache 160-cc of TVS Motor Company.
A senior company official confirmed that the waiting period has been increased to six months due to the unprecedented demand.
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