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    Pulsar 150 vs. Unicorn vs. CBZ Xtreme

    Hello friends I need a good mileage bike with good looks and low maintenance. I had few options but I m not sure. So please advise me which bike I should go with. If anyone can reply with pros and cons of these three bike that would be helpful. Pulsar 150 vs. Unicorn vs. CBZ Xtreme

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    Let me be very very frank. Donít go for Bajaj Pulsar and TVS Apache as now a dayís almost everyone has these bikes. TVS Apache resale value is very sad. Even CBZ Xtreme has a very low resale value. But CBZ Xtreme is a good bike. But I would say go for Unicorn. And if you have capacity of spending more money then go for Yamaha FZ.

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    I would say go for Baja Pulsar itís an awesome bike I own one form 5 years. And I have not got that many problems just small problems like brake problem and some engine knowing sound. But it is seriously a very good bike. But yes resale value is not that good. One of my friend took pulsar 150cc for 20K that to in very good condition.

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    Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc DTS-i Price in India: Rs. 63, 600/-

    • Engine: 4-stroke, DTS-i, air cooled, single cylinder
    • Displacement: 149.01 cc
    • Max.Power: 15.06 @ 9000 (Ps @ RPM)
    • Max.Torque: 12.5 @ 6500 (Nm @ RPM)
    • Mileage: can deliver 43km/ltr in city and 51km/ltr in highway
    • Brakes: Front: 240 mm Disc, Rear: 130 mm Drum
    • Dimensions (width, depth, height)
    • Length(mm): 2055
    • width(mm): 755
    • Height(mm): 1170
    • Ground clearance(mm): 165
    • Wheelbase(mm): 1320
    • Kerb weight(kg): 143
    • Suspension: Front: Telescopic, with anti-friction bush, Rear: 5 way adjustable, Nitrox shock absorber

    See the spec and price its amazing I would also go for Baja Pulsar.

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    I also think the same as the above users that pulsar is the best. If you do regular time to time service and if you can spend 2-3k every year than you will get good pickup, great grip of tyre, and amazing looks. Apache we canít compare with Pulsar and unicorn. Unicorn is as a good bike but its engine is not that good.

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    I would never prefer Bajaj and TVS bikes as they are not that good. I would suggest you go for Hero Honda hunk. Itís a very muscular and stable at high speeds, no vibration at high speed also, it has a smooth engine, with good 130 top speed, and mileage of around 55Kmpl. Yes even CBZ Xtreme is a good bike at least better than pulsar and unicorn.

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    Honda unicorn any day.
    Pros: Honda Make, Fantastic Handling, Smooth and Silent Engine, Mono Suspension
    Cons: Mileage is not as good as its competition
    Honda Unicorn 150cc Specifications:
    Engine Type: 4 Stroke, Air Cooled OHC, Single Cylinder
    Displacement: 149.1 cc
    Net Power: 13.3 bhp @ 8000 rpm (9.9 KW)
    Torque: 1.3 Kg-m @ 5500 rpm (12.8 Nm)
    Carburetor: CV Type
    Starting System: Self
    Transmission: Constant Mesh, 5 Speed gear
    Gear Shift Pattern: 1 Down Ė 4 Up
    Front Suspension: Telescopic
    Rear Suspension: Advanced Technology Mono-suspension
    Front Tyre: 2.75 x 18
    Rear Tyre: 100 / 90 Ė 18
    Front Brake Type: 240 mm Disc
    Rear Brake Type: 130 mm Drum

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    Honda Unicorn is a very comfortable bike with pretty fast pickup and good mileage of around 55kmpl on good roads. It has a very good suspension. Very good quality bike. Prices are as follows.

    • Honda Unicorn Price in Delhi: *60,284/- Indian Rupee
    • Honda Unicorn Price in Mumbai: *66,600/- Indian Rupee
    • Honda Unicorn Price in Bangalore: *66,800/- Indian Rupee
    • Honda Unicorn Price in Chennai: *65,800/- Indian Rupee
    • Honda Unicorn Price in Kolkata: *63,600/- Indian Rupee
    • Honda Unicorn Price in Pune: *64,500/- Indian Rupee

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    Hello everyone I am also going to take a new bike after a month and I am having two options Honda CB Unicorn 150cc or Bajaj Pulsar 150cc. But after this discussion I am more confused as someone says Pulsar is good and someone says unicorn is good. But as I have asked this question to almost everyone and out of 100 people 40% told me unicorn and 30% told me Pulsar and 30% of people told me go for any other bike rather than these two.

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    Mileage of any bike, scooter or a car fully depends on the rider. If you ride rough then you would get only 35Kmpl and if you ride perfectly you would be getting around 50Kmpl I am sure on this.It all depends on how to ride your bike for first 1.5 - 2.0Kms.

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