The motorcycle was launched as a direct reply to the dominating Pulsars during its time.

The CB Hornet 160R is easily the best looking bike in its segment. We just had the Suzuki Gixxer and the Yamaha FZS-FI locking horns a couple of months back right here on BikeWale. The low centre of gravity helps you to flick the motorcycle with ease and thus provide with confidence-inspiring handing attitude. The competition has grown and now have updated their line-up with the latest features. KTM Adventure 250: Same Price, Other Options, New Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R Unveiled, India Launch In 2021, Top 5 Best-selling Bikes of October 2020: Splendor, HF Deluxe, Pulsar And More, Marvel At These Yamaha FZ25 Superhero-themed Editions, New Yamaha NMax 155 Variant Launched in Indonesia, Honda Hornet 2.0 vs CB Hornet 160R: Differences Explained, Wondering what exactly does the 30,000 rupee premium get you over the 160cc Hornet? It is high on power and also looks the part. The motorcycle was launched as a direct reply to the dominating Pulsars during its time. The suspension setup is well balanced and doesn’t give you the jerks. Its fuel supply system is carburetor.

Honda CB Hornet 160R lunch on 16 February 2018 in Bangladesh. Expose you to the latest coupons without any wait. Its ignition method is CDI and starting method is Electric & kick.

This is the first time Honda has offered a premium inverted front fork on a small capacity bike that has been manufactured in India.

17 inch five-spoke alloy wheels are shod with 100/80-17 tubeless tyres up front and 140/70-17 tubeless tyres at rear. CBS, IBS, SBT, UBS, HBS - Combined braking of both front and rear wheel | ABS - Anti-lock braking system which can be just for front wheel (single channel) or both wheels (dual channel) or can be switched off (switchable) | E-ABS - Electronic assisted braking system | Standard - Cable operated, 2 weeks ago by Rakesh Kumar Behera, Balasore, 4 months ago by Santanu Ghosh, Krishnanagar, Honda CB Hornet 160R vs Bajaj Pulsar NS160: Comparison Test, TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Carb vs Bajaj Pulsar AS200 vs Honda Hornet 160R: Comparison Test, Honda Hornet 160R vs Bajaj Pulsar AS150 vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS FI: Comparison Test, Opinion: Why Honda should launch the CB190R in India, Honda CB Hornet, Xblade, CBR250R removed from official website, Honda CB Hornet 160-based neo-retro scrambler patent leaked, CB Hornet 160R Special Edition - STD [2017], CB Hornet 160R Special Edition - CBS [2017], Sports an attractive design that draws attention.

With the Hornet 160R, however, Honda has set out not just to play catch up with success like the Yamaha FZ-S and the Suzuki Gixxer but to blow past them. Honda’s impressive Combi braking System is also adapted in this offering, which can be also pitched in as an alternative for ABS.

Bought in Jan 2019, ABS deluxe version. On the other hand, the Hornet 2.0 gets an all-LED lighting system, including the indicators for that added premium flair. What we have here are two obvious players in the affordable and performance centric commuter class, and one outsider of sorts. Suspension at both the ends are well balanced and tuned to provide a comfortable ride with its stiffness more towards the softer side.

No vibrations whatsoever from this Honda, like any other Honda, as these engines are known for their smooth character.

one key for the whole system. The fuel tank has a sculpted design and looks muscular with loads of plastic claddings with carbon-fibre texture.

The lengthier wheelbase should make the new Hornet 2.0 more stable on the straights. It’s diamond type chassis give good controlling and stability. Honda would have bumped up on the safety front if they had provided or updated the Honda CB Hornet 160R with LED lighting all-round. We had hoped Honda would offer a dual-channel ABS but it seems to have skipped on that front. Explore advanced features, specs & price. The smaller-engined Hornet was available in five colours: Striking Green, Mars Orange, Athletic Blue Metallic, Dazzle Yellow Metallic and Sports Red. Also Read: Honda CB Trigger VS Honda CB Hornet 160R Comparison Review. The ABS version weighing 140 kgs, the power to weight ratio is appreciable. The contrasting alloy strips are a clean touch that gives it a more flowing feel. Seems like déjà vu. The EMI might vary based on the Bank.