The bike is Honda CB Unicorn certainly not as charming as its name but looks decent. There is a sense of familiarity in its appearance which should be rectified by Honda. Its headlight and mudguard are the same but now its new visor features chrome finish just above its headlight which adds premium touch to this bike. The 3D emblem of Honda on its big fuel tank looks classy with new graphics on its side panels. Honda CB Unicorn has a full size rear fender and tail light which adds muscularity to this bike with clear lens indicators and most importantly you can?t ignore its mono shocker at the back. It?s an elegant bike in terms of appearance but falls short of the rising demand for sporty looks. When everyone is switching to digitization, Honda has decided to stick with its analogue instrument console which features in Honda CB Unicorn. There are three circular dials in its instrument console and the biggest of them in the centre houses its analogue Speedometer, odometer and trip meter. The one on the left side features an analogue tachometer while on the right side you can notice a fuel gauge and other indicators. Honda CB Unicorn can return you a fuel economy of around 55-60km/ltr in city conditions while these figures may increase up to 5km/ltr on long stretches. These figures are quite respectable according to its weight and performance. Honda CB Unicorn has under seat storage space and safety features like front leg guard, rear saree guard and powerful headlight which confirm you clear vision at night. Honda CB Unicorn was the first 150cc bike in India to sport a rear mono shock absorber. It still has it at the back and features telescopic forks at its front. A new shade has been added with the launched of CB Unicorn - Pearl Siena Red. Honda CB Unicorn is available in three shades: Black, Pearl Siena Red and Forced Silver Metallic. The Honda CB Unicorn competes with the Bajaj Pulsar 150, Hero Hunk and the Yamaha SZ-S in the 150cc commuter segment.