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Hero Honda Hunk

Hero Honda Hunk Ride Review

2011 Honda Hunk — above for picture gallery

tested: 2011 Hero Hunk

Price OTR Mumbai:

Hero Honda, a company went on to become the largest maker in the country and a household They continued to remain a till Bajaj totally the game of Indian motorcycling the “Pulsar 150”. Since the 150cc segment has grown to hotter and more exciting. Hero Honda had to do something this.

And they introduced the (of course they had CBZ before The 150 cc segment has grown manifold the Pulsars came but the Hero engineers didn’t seem to pay attention to this. Of late, they have finally it and thus they have the new Hero Hunk . Let’s out if it has the potential to be a game changer!

Styling — The first that you see is of course the styling and at one shot, it’s not bad. It has got fairings at the front of the fuel near the thigh rest It also has miniscule additional near the front shocks at the arch location.

This quite cool! The front look almost the same no significant changes to it. One look at and you will say that is the typical Honda. The tail lights nice with LED lights in it. All finish has been provided to the and exhaust tail pipe.

The rear view mirrors some solid amount of material. All in all not much changes.

Cluster — The new edition a digital speedo but the RPM meter remains analog. The RPM meter at the centre and is dominant. The speedometer is of tucked away at one corner. It includes the fuel meter, beam and turn indicators.

it is quite functional in the appearance some chrome linings.

— The Hero Hunk a 149.2 cc engine which a impressive 14.4 PS of power at RPM and 12.8 Nm of torque at 6500 Definitely the power offered is one of the in this segment and also you get thrust at low RPM. The power is not smooth though.

You encounter a long straight, traffic, you twist the throttle but the doesn’t start to instantly past everything. We found lag quite pronounced.

Hero Honda Hunk

There is an to it though. You get a good mileage (but that is altogether a thing). The biggest downside to the Hunk is the gearbox. Though, you get a 5-speed gearbox, but the gear is not at all smooth.

You are bound to miss a or two whether you shift up or down. the bike has some pronounced when you go beyond 3500 to RPM. Mileage is claimed by the to be 55 kmpl.

On road, you can expect a decent of 50.

Handling — When it to handling, the Hero Hunk the job but doesn’t impress much. The is upright so you won’t get much of pain and fatigue. This it a perfectly suitable candidate for journeys. The pillion seat is quite comfortable. The Hunk twin GRS (Gas ReServoir) shocks at the rear and telescopic at the front.

The road undulations are well by them. On the downside, it has got a weight of 146 kg. You always tend to so much of this weight and makes it less agile manoeuvring. So, don’t expect cornering capability. The tires also are of thin spec.

The braking performance is good You get standard 240 mm disc at the front and a 220 mm at the rear for quick stops. You can opt for 130 mm rear drums (if you are the soft type).

Conclusion — 71,893/- for a single one, is raging bull worth the Well, we would say NO. This has seen a slew of products off and some among them are good, in fact better what Hero Honda has to

Hero Honda has done job but not quite up to the level what a expects from such a There is a scope for lot more

Hero Honda Hunk
Hero Honda Hunk
Hero Honda Hunk
Hero Honda Hunk
Hero Honda Hunk

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