Hero Honda shocked the market when it first launched the Original CBZ way back in 1998, it was the only 150 cc bike available in the market at that time, flash forward to present, the 150 cc market has completely changed, with the pulsars, RTR’s and the FZ’s pulling a lot of crowd to their showrooms, while the Hunk and CBZ xtreme have definitely not set the sales chart on fire, but still are managing some decent numbers for the company.
While the CBZ got a facelift some time back with some snazzy colour combinations, the Hunk was left untouched apart from the limited edition launched in between. It was time for the Hunk to get some more muscle, and it’s just not the paint job Hero Honda is famous for.
The new Hunk gets the following new features:
- Digital Speedo Console with an analogue tachometer
- Rear Disc Brake
- Led Tail Lamp
- New Front Fender Design
- New Visor design
- New exhaust shroud
- Tubeless Tyres
- Maintenance free battery
Last but not the least the typical Hero Honda upgrade, new graphic designs on the tank. The bike finally gets the digital console, led tail lamps, which have been available in the competition since quite a long time. The addition of rear disc brakes, tubeless tyres, and maintenance free battery makes Hunk a more attractive package.
As of now, Hero Honda has not released the pricing details but expect the bike to be priced higher than the outgoing model.
Stay tuned for more as we bring you more update on this machine.