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Hero Hunk

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Launched in 2007.

The Hunk was launched in October, 2007 under the brand name, Hero Honda. The bike was well famed due to a mass hit TV commercial hymning “All the muscles Hunk.” The Hunk is coupled with Advanced Tumble-Flow induction Technology (ATFT) to reduce emissions and fuel consumption. The bike features a 149.2cc, Air cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder engine. It generates max power of 14.4 Ps @ 8500 rpm and max torque of 12.80 N m @ 6500 rpm. The machine is packed with 5 speed transmission. The Hunk is equipped with a front disc brake and self start. Hero hasn't made any bigger upgrade since its launch in 2007.

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Rs. 66,125 [ Ex-showroom, New Delhi ]

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-Highly fuel efficient
-Excellent riding comfort
-Service and maintenance are easy
-Fairing could have been improved
-Engine vibrations
-Difficult to maneuver in city traffic
Hero Hunk is available in following colours - Blazing Red, Bold Brown, Ebony Grey, Force Silver, Panther Black, Sports Red, Marine Green.
Special Features
Analog-Digital speed panel in chrome-tinged flame orange console.
Attractive flared fenders and tubeless tyres.
Ridged exhaust cover with front and rear disc brakes.
Red LED tail Light.
Contoured visor gives attractive look.
Highway Mileage 60 km per litre
City Mileage 55 km per litre
Overall Mileage 57 km per litre
Technical Specifications of Hero Hunk
Type Motorcycle
Engine Displacement 149.20 cc
Engine Type Air cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder
Engine Starting Self start
Maximum Power 10.6 kW (14.4 Ps) @ 8500rpm
Maximum Torque 12.80 N m @ 6500 rpm
Transmission 5 Speed constant mesh
Gear Shift Pattern 1-down 4-up
Top Speed 112 kmph
Front Brake Dia 240 mm Disc
Rear Brake Dia 130 mm
Chassis and Suspension
Front Suspension Telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers
Rear Suspension Swing arm with nitrox GRS (Gas reservoir suspension)
Wheel Type
Front Tyre 2.75 x 18 - 42 P, Tubeless tyres
Rear Tyre 80 / 100 X 18 - 47 P, Tubeless tyres
Length x Width x Height 2080 x 765 x -- mm
Wheelbase 1325 mm
Weight 146 kg
Ground Clearance 145 mm
Petrol Tank Capacity 12.4 litres

Hunk Expert Review

Hunk was launched in 2007, when Honda was part of the Hero motorcycles. This 150cc commuter was introduced as a regular day to day commuter with some masculine outfits. The updated Hunk was also launched in 2011 after the formation of Hero MotoCorp.

Hero Hunk

Design and Features
The Hero Hunk comes with an array of new features like altered visor, digital instrument console, new stylish side panels, body coloured rear view mirrors, tubeless tyres, LED tail lamps, exhaust cover and dark rear grab rails. Some high quality plastic outfits are imposed on the sides of fuel tank to enhance the strength of the bike visually. Hero manages to use simple and elegant styling for this vehicle. The latest version uses sporty speed line graphics, starting from the headlamp assembly towards the rear fender and ends with tail lamp assembly.

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The all digital instrument cluster displays all relevant details like speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and even side stand indicator lights as well. Hero Hunk is closely matched with their close relative CB Unicorn Dazzler in various aspects. The shape of fuel tank and its cowl are similar to the Hunk.

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The Hero Hunk sits on 149.2cc, air cooled, 4-stroke single cylinder engine with OHC system. This engine is powered by Advanced Tumble-Flow Induction Technology (ATFT) for reduced emissions and improved fuel efficiency. This technology is developed by Hero to refine their engines of various capacity. Engine meshes with a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox for optimum power transmission to the rear wheels. The mill delivers a maximum power of 15.6 bhp @ 8500 rpm and a peak torque of 13.5 Nm @ 7000 rpm. Top speed of this bike is set to 107 kmph. CV type carburettor controlled variable ignition is used in this motorcycle for efficient performance. Ignition of the bike is controlled and maintained by Advanced Microprocessor Ignition System.

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Suspension, Braking and Chassis
Hunk uses conventional telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers at the front and Swing arm with Nitrox GRS (Gas Reservoir Suspension) system is used in the rear part. The stopping force of the bike depends on 240mm front disc brake and 130mm internal expanding shoe brake. A 220mm rear disc brake is also available as an optional feature. The Hero Hunk is based on single down tube diamond type frame with engine as a stressed member. Riding position is spot on without being sporty but comfortable enough for long rides.

Final Words
Hunk might seems to be like an untamed bull or stallion. Engine vibrations starts from the low rev ranges to all the way to red lines. Gearbox isn't good enough to bring out all the elements of the refined engine. Apart from that, braking and suspension of the bike is good enough for an average ride. In the styling department, Hero is still lagging behind with their conventional odd design elements and features.
User Reviews of Hunk. Write Your Review
bold brown colour is not available in market becouse i hate this
By on 16-12-2013
Its a best bike of hero honda in our budghet
By on 15-06-2014
I hate hunk bcz its bit heavy (around 150 kg) than its competitors,so its not fun to ride motorcycle at all. its may have gud features but lack the quality,handling and comfort.One should buy a motorcyle by keeping in mind a very good handling,its comfort nd durability but hunk lacks all these qualities. so a big no!! to hunk.
By on 13-07-2014
Best bike. Awesome Comfort.
By on 21-06-2015
I like hunk very much
By on 28-10-2015
Hunk is superb... Good giving very comfortable seating and it looks awsome.... I like Hunk more than any other 150CC bikes in india...
By on 16-01-2017
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