Nov 2, 2007

7 150 cc Hero Honda Hunk website is up now..!!

Website of Hero Honda Hunk is up now.. Tech Specs and Prices revealed

Hero Honda has lunched the website for its latest 150 cc motorcycle, the "Hunk"..



Right now the website for the Hunk contains the Complete Technical Spefications, Ex-Showroom Prices of the Hunk in the metroes and two Teaser TV Comercials..

The following two pictures are the screen shots of the intro to the website. From the pics the Hunk definitely looks like an attractive package. Hero Honda has been quite infamous for its "sticker jobs" and thankfully the Hunk isn't just another "Sticker Job" fom Hero Honda.

In fact apart from the raised 3D "Hunk" logo on the tank extensions there isn't any sticker on the bike except maybe for the Hero Honda Sticker at the tail piece and one "GRS" found on the side panel of the Hunk.



The GRS is a fancy acronym for "Gas Reservoir Suspension" which is nothing but Hero Honda speak for the Gas Filled Rear Shock Absorbers. There is in fact nothing revolutionary about it as Hero Honda claims because the Royal Enfield Bullet, Bajaj Pulsar and the TVS Apache RTR got it much earlier than the Hunk.

Nevertheless, the Hunk is the first bike from Hero Honda to sport the Gas Filled Rear Shocks.



One also gets a glimpse of the headlamp of the Hunk. The headlamp evokes mixed feelings and one is left thinking that it could been designed as aggressively as the rest of the body.



Prices:


Hero Honda Hunk: (Ex-Showroom)

    Pune: 55,530/57,550 (Kick/Self)


Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme: (Ex-Showroom)
    Pune: 56,034/58,054 (Kick/Self)




Technical Specifications:

A comparision of the Tech specs of the "Hunk" and the "CBZ Xtreme" reveals that they are probably Old Wine (the engine) in a New Bottle (the new body of the Hunk).

Except the styling, I had earlier found the CBZ xtreme an extremely good bike. Now with an attractively styled bike, Hero Honda has at last come out with a good looking bike after the Original CBZ and the Karizma.




Hero Honda Hunk

Engine:

    Type: Air Cooled 4 Cilinder
    Displacement: 149.2 cc
    Max Power: 10.6 kW (14.4 Ps) @ 8500 RPM
    Max Torque: 12.80 Nm @ 6500 RPM
    Bore X Stroke: 57.3 X 57.8
    Compression Ration: 9.1:1
    Carburetor: CV Type
    Starting: Kick/Self



Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme

Engine:

    Type: Air Cooled 4 Cilinder
    Displacement: 149.2 cc
    Max Power: 10.6 kW (14.4 Ps) @ 8500 RPM
    Max Torque: 12.80 Nm @ 6500 RPM
    Bore X Stroke: 57.3 X 57.8
    Compression Ration: 9.1:1
    Carburetor: CV Type
    Starting: Kick/Self





Hero Honda Hunk

Dimensions

    Length: 2080 mm
    Width: 765 mm
    Height: 1095 mm
    Wheelbase: 1325 mm
    Ground Clearance: 145 mm



Weight:

    Kick: 143 Kg
    Self Start: 146 Kg




Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme

Dimensions

    Length: 2080 mm
    Width: 765 mm
    Height: 1145 mm
    Wheelbase: 1325 mm
    Ground Clearance: 145 mm



Weight:

    Kick: 141 Kg
    Self Start: 143 Kg






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7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

:)

Anonymous said...

Where did you see the price near to 56000?

Payeng said...

Ex Showroom prices are give at the website..

Anonymous said...

It would be be neater if you used ALT + Print Screen together the next time you take a screenshot - this way your taskbar wont be visible.

Payeng said...

:-)

were you mislead by the "Desi" tab at the bottom..??

That's "Desi Bikes" section from XBhp.Com.

Anonymous said...

lol, not at all. Just serves to be focused on the topic and neater, without any possible personal information being displayed.

Payeng said...

:-)

were you mislead by the "Desi" tab at the bottom..??

That's "Desi Bikes" section from XBhp.Com.

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