Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler

Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler

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₹ 66,740
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Bike Variant 2020 Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Sports
Latest Price in India 2020 Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler price was Rs 66,740 before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Armour Gold Metallic, Pearl Siena Red, Pearl Nightstar Black, Pearl Sunbeam White and Black
MAXABOUT RATING AND OVERVIEW
Vehicle Overview Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler is a discontinued 149.1cc model that produces 14 HP at 8500 rpm and 12.7 Nm at 6500 rpm. It comes with a 5-speed gearbox and claims a top speed of 112 kmph. The seat height of the bike is 790 mm while it carries a 12 liter fuel tank. It was discontinued because of low sales as people preferred buying naked street fighters at a very small price margin. CB Unicorn Dazzler rivals Yamaha SZ-RR v2.0 and Hero Achiever in its segment. The recent competitor that took over whole of the segment is Bajaj V15.
ENGINE AND GEARBOX
Engine Details 149.1cc, 4-Stroke, Air-cooled, SI engine
Cooling Air Cooling
Engine cc (Displacement) 149.1 cc
Maximum Power 14 HP @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque 12.7 Nm @ 6500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Ignition Digital CDI (Multi-Mapping)
Bore 57.3 mm
Stroke 57.8 mm
Air Filter Type Viscous paper filter
Number of Gears 5
Gearbox Type Constant Mesh
Gear Pattern 1-Down, 4-Up
MILEAGE AND TOP SPEED
Mileage 45-55 kmpl (approx.)
BRAKES AND TYRES
Front Brake Disc 240mm
Rear Brake Disc 220mm
Front Tyre 80/100 17
Rear Tyre 110/80 17
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
PERFORMANCE FIGURES
0-60 kmph 5 secs
SUSPENSION AND CHASSIS
Front Suspension Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension Mono Suspension, 3-step adjustment
Frame (Chassis) Advanced Design Diamond Frame
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
Overall Length 2073 mm
Overall Width 754 mm
Overall Height 1085 mm
Ground Clearance 162 mm
Seat Height 790 mm
Wheelbase 1328 mm
Kerb Weight 138 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 12 litres
INSTRUMENT CONSOLE FEATURES
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Analog
Trip Meter Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital
BATTERY AND LIGHTING
Battery Type MF 12V-4Ah
Voltage 12 V
Head Light Halogen 12V (35W/35W)
COMFORT FEATURES
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat

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Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler Review

27 Dec, 2021 03:08 PM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

Many people including us often complained about the boring looks of Unicorn. To get rid of this issue and to make this brand more prominent in its segment, Honda has launched the new variant of Unicorn named Unicorn Dazzler. Does this bike justify its name? Let’s find out.

Design and Style

Honda has certainly made big changes in this department but most of them are not new. The bike resembles a lot to its much cheaper sibling, Twister. May be the warm reception of Twister has prompted Honda to opt for its design for the new Dazzler. The front cowl and headlight of this bike has high level of resemblance with Twister. The only possible difference that you can figure out is the more edgy character added to this bike. The same raised mud guard has already featured in Hero Hunk and the clear lens indicators and black coloured rear view mirrors also look familiar. The V shaped side cowl features 3D Honda logo and sporty graphics on it in the Deluxe variant. One can also notice its black painted alloy wheels, engine and muffler with a heat shield on it. The side panels are relatively big in size. The bike features a fatty upraised fuel tank which adds macho character to this bike. At the back you can notice a wider rear tyre with a new disc brake and a new tail light and rear fender. The bike looks more appealing now when seen from the back.

Instrument Console

After seven years, finally Unicorn gets a digital speedometer. There is a combined analogue digital instrument console in Dazzler. The blue coloured LCD features digital speedometer, fuel gauge, trip meter and odometer. Other than these, it has an analogue tachometer and other indicators in this instrument console.

Engine and Gearbox

The same 150cc engine of Unicorn is equipped in the new Dazzler with slight alterations. This air-cooled, 4-stroke engine now generates a power output of 14 bhp at 8500 rpm. Its 12.7 Nm of maximum torque can be achieved at 6500 rpm. The five speed manual gearbox with one gear down and four gears up-shift pattern of Unicorn is also doing duty in the Dazzler.

Acceleration and Performance

Things just get better in this department with improved power output. Dazzler has lost some weight in comparison to regular Unicorn and that helps it to achieve an impressive power to weight ratio. This engine is now tuned to be rev harder than before as the power and torque delivery are delayed by 500rpm-1000rpm. You can also notice the change in its gear ratios which feel a bit taller than before. This bike too does0-60km/hr in less than 5 seconds. However the delayed arrival of torque is evident in city traffic but that gets covered by its linear power delivery. The refinement level is best enjoyed at high rpms especially after 6000 rpm. The enhanced power output contributes to its high end performance and now this bike feels less strained at high speeds and can easily cross the speed of 110km/hr. You will miss the responsiveness of Unicorn in bigger gears at slow speeds but once pass 2000 rpm, its throttle response adds sporty feel to this bike. It’s a very good engine with creamy gear transitions but it would have been more enjoyable with additional torque amount.

Mileage

Regular Unicorn and new Dazzler both has almost similar fuel efficiency. The new bike may return you a mileage of around 40-45 kmpl in city conditions while its taller gear ratios help it to deliver a fuel efficiency of around 50-55 kmpl on highways.

Comfort while Driving

CB Unicorn Dazzler is a bit shorter than Unicorn in length but that doesn't make much difference as their width is almost the same. Its stepped seat offers you proper comfort with its new compact handlebar which can be gripped firmly. There is hardly any difference in its foot-pegs and these are still not as sporty as you expect but you get a more convenient grip of this bike with your knees due to its upraised tank.

Storage Space and Safety Features

There is almost no storage space in this bike. Safety features like front leg guard and rear saree guard are not standard parts of this bike. However it features a rear disc brake which ensures you safety while driving.

Suspension and Brakes

Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler sports three step adjustable rear mono shock absorber and hydraulic telescopic front forks in its suspension system. Honda offers this bike with disc brakes on its both wheels. The standard braking system of Dazzler sports disc brake of 220mm at its back while it has a bigger disc brake of 240mm at its front.

Ride and Handling

Unfortunately, CB Unicorn Dazzler is not as impressive as Unicorn in this department. There are certain factors which have contributed to its less comfortable ride and handling. The bike surely feels lighter in city traffic in terms of handling but lacks the unmatchable stability offered by regular Unicorn. Honda has cut down its wheelbase and ground clearance to 1328mm and 162mm respectively which has adversely affected this bike. Moreover the wheel size has also been reduced to 17 inches which feels unable to hold the bike properly around sharp turns. The suspension quality is acceptable but the bike lacks the confidence at high speeds and finds it hard to stay grounded.

Shades

Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler is available in four eye grabbing shades: Armour Gold Metallic, Pearl Siena Red, Pearl Night Star Black and Sword Silver Metallic.

Verdict

Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler is priced at 66.7K (ex-showroom, Delhi (approx., may vary)) while its deluxe variant will cost you an extra thousand rupees. Its high resemblance to its cheaper sibling and inferior ride quality doesn't justify its pricing and hence we feel Honda has overpriced this bike. Yes, it’s a powerful bike which has standard features like rear disc brake but at the same price there are many grown up rivals which offer even better performance than this bike. It would have been a complete value for money bike only if it had an economical price tag.

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Is Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler a good bike?
29 December 2022 05:46
Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler was a good bike but its promotion was not done in an influential manner and thus the sales were so low that it was discontinued. The new bike in place of the Dazzler is the new Honda CB Trigger. The performance of the bike has increased and the new version comes with a more refined engine. Also its facelift has been planned as it is not selling in satisfactory numbers.

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Is Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler a good bike?
29 December 2022 05:54
YES, CB Unicorn Dazzler is a good bike.It has great performance and stability. THE main reason for discontinuing dazzler was lack of kick, sometimes it has a starting problem and due to this reason people were afraid of buying this bike and due to poor sales of the bike HONDA discontinued it and launched CB Trigger, which is the replacement of Dazzler, ELSE Honda Dazzler is one of the best bikes in its segment.

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Awesome bike for everyone

Deepu - | One year ago
helpful 1

Hi I have this bike from past 2 yrs very good n comfortable bike smooth-riding sudden pick up classic mileage decent looks good graphics in tank design in all looks pretty n milage getting 55 to 60 city n highway both n braking system s awesome cbs very safe n once we applied the brake bike stopping in a spot very smooth n fast bike n speedometer n features s awesome overall everyone should buy this bike thanks for Honda given a good bike to India

Best Features: Speedometer front look tank design n pick up are awesome mileage

Pros: Stylish looks, comfortable riding, cbs brake system, speedometer

Cons: Nothing is Their to dislike

Mileage
Looks
Value For Money
Customer Service

A decent biking experience for city and NH riding .

SELVAKUMAR S | 4 years ago
helpful 0

If you really love mid-speed (50-60km) biking, the unicorn is the good companion for you. You can feel the bike within you. Don't expect mileage more than 40km/l (mostly)

Best Features: Seating comfort, Smoothness when handling the Zigzag turns in city, braking

Pros: Suspension and Steadiness up-to 80 km/hr

Cons: Headlight and Lack of fittings to fix a side box.

Mileage
Looks
Value For Money
Customer Service

I bought my CB Unicorn Dazzler in 2010

mohit - | 6 years ago
helpful 0

It return 62 kmpl on highway and 49 kmpl in the city. Honda engine oil is a great thing as my engine feels refined even after 7 years of use.

Best Features: Low noise, no vibrations till 90 kmph

Pros: Driven 100000 kilometers, it still goes butter smooth.

Cons: Lack of spare parts

Mileage
Looks
Value For Money
Customer Service

Unicorn 150

Mohammad Chand | 4 years ago
helpful 4

I like this bike unicorn is very smooth bike and very comfort and fuel efficient bike but I have one problem I like Speedometer digital like unicorn 160. honda please change Speedometer

Best Features: This bike is best in 150 cc every thing is ok but no digital Speedometer

Pros: I like Speedometer change to digital

Cons: Speedometer

Mileage
Looks
Value For Money
Customer Service

Hats off to Honda

Lovedeep Khurana | 4 years ago
helpful 10

I am writing this review after spending 5 years with this bike. First of all, its looks are dashing which goes very well with your personality. It doesn't make noise on roads like Pulsars or any other bike, it just overtakes silently and very smoothly. The seating posture is perfect with a slight upwards pillion seat. Though, I have no experience as pillion but I never hear any complaints from pillion companion yet. I go for long ride every weekend and on my Unicorn I can travel 130 km with single sitting. I never feel backache and shoulder pain on all long tours. Controlling the bike just require stamina otherwise it is very balanced bike that it remains steady at the speed of 2-10 kmph. So the only problem If I have to figure out, is I can say it's the weight of the bike. No other problem found yet.

Best Features: Looks

Pros: Good look, Mileage, Comfort while riding

Cons: Heavy weight

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Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler Comments

User Comments
ayush das
6 years ago

Hi,

I have done 60000 kms on dazzler with an top speed of 134 kms/hour. Its a fantastic bike because of its power to weight ratio. Also, the braking is superb because of twin discs for such a light bike.

This bike is quick. Only change I made is that I upgraded to a larger rear tyre. It gives more stability. I am always impressed with the bike and dazzler has been a superb decision.

I have raced my bike and rode in tough conditions with this but it performed well everytime. Its going to be close to 6 years now and it still goes ahead like a bullet. Only issue I faced is with parts not being available.

THIS IS THE MOST UNDERRATED QUICK BIKE IN INDIA.

Regards,
Ayush
[email protected]

deejesh
10 years ago

Hi, I am planning to buy dazzler very soon. But no 1 I know have used this bike. The review given in many site r good. I just confused with trigger or dazziler. Plea help me

Balaji
11 years ago

Any one knows why dazzler bike was stopped

chandrashekar
11 years ago

is this bike still available in the market?

Rashu
11 years ago

hey dazzies ;) actually i have dis byk since around 2.5 years around35,000 km ride been completed, n now as well wen i start it and move on after sitting it feels as if i had purchased the yesterday only, just owwsssm !!!!!!
best thing in the byk is its pik up ! fking osum pik up guyzz ! WHETHER it is FZ pulsar rtr anyone,, dis byk pikup like a jet abhi tak inme se jitni byks se bhi race lgai sbki MB1 ki h dazz ne haha ;) i ll say dat dazz gives a challenge to pulsar 180 !! its milege , best among in its class its comfort n balance :* i wud give 100 on 100 :P those who are just thinking for it , dun think go for it guyzzzz

Das
11 years ago

I bought This Bike 6 month ago in fact its a Good bike & Great value for money. it gives 45 -50 kmpl in city easily. in Highway is more than 55 for sure.

Seelan
11 years ago

Hai I have owned Dazzler for two years. Reached a top speed of 122 Kms. Completed 24,500 Kms. The Problem is spare parts. Waited for Chain sprocket about 4 months. After that the rear Tyre not available even in MRF show rooms. Finally replaced with a TVS make. Still I like my bike for the performance................Great Bike........

Umesh Thakare
11 years ago

I buy CB Unicorn Dazzler new in Feb'12 from Thane Vihan show room,apart from technical I observed heavy rusting on guard,painting quality of guard is very poor.Within 6-7 it rust heavily. Pooor quality....i will take up this issue with Vihaan service station,Thane.

deviprasad
11 years ago

guys inspite being awe some y this bike is not on top of sale with other 150 cc bikes like pulsar, cbz extreme, hunk

prakash
11 years ago

unicorn dazzler production has stopped ..... can any one give info where can i get

suthagar
11 years ago

very fentastic

ABHI
11 years ago

hello all dazzler owner-hope u all enjoying urs daazzzyyy_i had completed my 20,000 kms -nd i m quite impressed by its perfomance so i m adding some more dATA ABOUT DAAZZYYY

TOP SPEED-123 KMS
OVERALL AVERAGE-50 KMPL
GOOD FOR LONG RIDES-GIVES NO PAIN IN AS........
HAD DONE 3 SERVICING AFTER FREE SERVICE AND TOTAL 3 SERVICING COST ME Rs.1400 INCLUDING ENGINE OIL.
MOST IMPORTANT THING -PULSAR AND FZ ARE SHIT IN FRONT OF THIS BIKE IN RACING.

Bimlesh Mishra
11 years ago

beside petrol tank look is not good and they should provide kick.

suyash shahane
11 years ago

yr which is the best cb unicorn ya cb unicorn dazzler

javed hussain
11 years ago

why m i getting only 35kmpl... Kn anyone knw ....

javed hussain
11 years ago

@ sachi.... hey dude wait 4 d servicing yaar, same pblm m also geting, hope it will be solve after servicing,.. I find d bike superb wid less noice

sachi sabya
11 years ago

from the first day i have bought this vehicle , engine starts to become extremely hot,even sometimes it burn my legs.what is the solution?

Avinash Rk
11 years ago

uglyest looking bike. Platina looks better than this bike

arslaan shar
11 years ago

bekar bike i ever seen pulsar 150 go 4 it

niwas mani rai
12 years ago

ive bought this bike on 18th Sept 2011 at 72.2k ....and from then....man,its one hell of a rocking 's now my brother.i've reached the speed of 110 kmph...due to bad road condition here in Siliguri it's dificult but i'm sure it'll easily move upto 118+.about the mileage,haha,guess what? it gives 55+. more than a hunk, far more than pulsar and FZ.comfortable ride,smoooooth, and really very stylish.i've buyed the Golden color one,and it shines like Goldust in the sun.for me it a thumbs up to this machine......ride safe,Honda Rocks!!!

govindaraj jalapathy
12 years ago

THis is good bike , it has smooth gear shifts and good bike to ride on highways. inside city u can ride in 2 or 3 rd gear. i have purchased this jan 2012 and looks in good form and good bike.

Ryan DiCaprio
12 years ago

hi frnz...i own a dazzler for 9 months now. It's a gr8 bike. Gud mileage, looks, technology. The only thing i dont like about this bike is the seating position. The footpeg is placed in d front and d handlebars are TOO high! This gives a non sporty commuterish feel! Except dat its CHaaaaaaaaaL!

sathish baskaran
12 years ago

i would like to buy this bike for after some months. so will anyone suggest me that goodies and baddies about this bike which make me to take an idea about this bike?

Raghul S A
12 years ago

hi frnzz... ma dazzy have cold start problem. is there any solutions...?? if yes just mail to me... [email protected]

Abhijeet Sawase
12 years ago

hey frnds can we add kick to unicorn dazzler...?? plz suggest me,i want to take this bike... suggest me on [email protected]

Sandesh B
12 years ago

Hey anybody facing cold start problem? Does this start in single click? such low battery. Tested bike after clicking ten times in showroom! it is not up to mark Honda. Better to go for unicorn.

Ayush mishra
12 years ago

how can we run dazzler if its on the line of empty fuel

Dharm Raj
12 years ago

Dear All, I want to buy Dazzler next week from Delhi. As I call 4-5 dealers they are asking for 2% more for credit card payment. Is it fair or they want it for himself. Please suggest me where to buy it for better response and cost.

sunayan pal
12 years ago

I am owning this bike. Riding comfort -OK, Milage not bad, Looks - SoSo Parts : most of the dealers does not have adequate supply ( West bengal) Disc brake is costly affair. Disc brake shoe cost -700 whereas Drum brake shoe cost 160. Chain is exposed and get dry very frequently. Chain loose with in a month ( feedback from many other who came fro servicing) Parts are costly. Honda when they import the engines were of good quality however when they start manufacturing at India quality deteriorate drastically. Better to go for Hero or Bajaj No kick start. Disc break at rear is not required at least not for 150 cc. Desirable for 180cc and must for 200cc and above.

bike expert
12 years ago

pick-up of dis bike is just unbelievable due to low weight and average is best gives about 50-55 in city....... but dis bike is not comfortable fr pillon rider.....the back suspension is very hard..the rear disc is also nt very effective.....so fr racing purpose u can go fr it but fr home purpose prefer HONDA CB UNICORN..... :>

Amartya Mandal
12 years ago

Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler is the best 150cc bike in India.It has best reliable Honda engine,tires,build quality(Advanced Design Diamond Frame),brake and design.

santosh gupta
12 years ago

last day i got this bike n i feel that this is superb bike in 150cc but look wise it is not so good but overall the bike is good

pimple akshay
12 years ago

Hey frnds does dazzler have reserve fuel capacity.. IF YES THAN how to use it

Amey Barshikar
12 years ago

According to experts this Bike Beats the YAMAHA FZ-S.. I think it Beats. But this bike is comfortable for the gies who ride on Highways only. It is bad for rough roads.. I think Honda have to think about their Mono Suspension. Actually problem occurs due to suspension angle. Overall bike is good. Good for long drive but on plane roads. In 45to55 kph you will get the average up to 55to60 Km pl. But it depends upon the riders also. But I am totally disappointed by the Servicing facility. I am from Kolhapur. Buyers from Kolhapur think on it. May be others have better experience than me. But before purchasing it, think about servicing facility also. Cause you are paying Rs.74,000/- Not 47,000/-. Otherwise Bike ROCKss......

akshayp7070 pimple1
12 years ago

Hello Today i book my new red color dazzy.. I will get the dilevery at 27th oct in diwali.. Hurre,,,,,,,,,

Shantanu Bhosale
12 years ago

great bike have suspicious looks

sagar pimple
12 years ago

Only 1 question... why the low power battery is installed in dazzler as compare to uni.... since dazzy dnt hv kick.. Its fully depend upon the self start...is honda is stupid? can i change d battery upto 7 ah like unicorn after 1 year

Antony George
12 years ago

Dazzler production is stopped. Dealers have no info why. As per my inquires, production stopped means currently they are manufacturing other models, not dazzler. Meaning honda is busy manufacturing Activa for next 2 months, then will make Twister for some days, then Shine and Stunner, then Unicorn, then dazzler. Honda are dedicating more time and manufacturing capacity to their most successful, high-sales models like Activa and Twister. After they supply those, only then honda will consider making dazzler again, as it sales is low. Thats also the reason for shortage of spare parts of dazzler.

Antony George
12 years ago

@akshu. I had booked red dazzler only in July first week. In August dealer told me dazzler production has stopped. He said maybe next batch expected in 2012. He told me to better change booking to unicorn. Even on September 6th i inquired with dealer. Again, they said dazzler production is stopped. Cannot say when next batch will come. They have no info. They again advised to change booking to unicorn instead. Now, i have second thoughts about dazzler without kicker. Rear disc of dazzler is not very effective; it is soft to prevent skidding and it is equal to drum brake only. Now i think unicorn or gs150r is better, as they have kicker. Having kicker is better than having rear disc. Rear disc not necessary for 150cc bike; drum brake is enough. One interesting thing is Apache is the only bike with both kicker and rear disc brake; i am considering RTR180 now, as it is better and smother than RTR160.

akshu pimple
12 years ago

if your road is smooth this bike is ok, suspension of this bike is very bad....

akshu pimple
12 years ago

@Antony George Production has not been stop they just increase d waiting period of abt 3 mnths for gold and silver color n 1 mnth for black and red

akshu pimple
12 years ago

FRNDS i am in big confusion betrween cb unicorn,, dazzler and cbf stunner... Cb unicorn --Rs.73000. good reliability n good comfort. bt i m little disappoint wth its looks Cb dazzler-- Rs. 76000 I like the look of dazzy hving rear disk but might its gives low mileage compare to other 2.. cbf stunner- Rs.65000. Low price good mileage good look 4 me bt less reliability compare to unicorn My requirement.. 1] I want a bike with good look 2] Good mileage abt 55-60 in city riding 3] Easy to handle About me m 6 ft tall bt thin boy So plz suggest me a gud bike between these 3... Thanks In advance

Shaun B
12 years ago

Folks, I find my vehicle always undershoots when it comes to Km/L. Though i don't have very smooth driving habits still i end up getting somewhere around 40 Kmpl in city. I find Honda service centers not upto the mark(experience may differ in your case) when it comes to service quality.Please suggest some good alternatives. I reside in Bangalore. If possible service location +-10kms from Whitefield would be very convenient.

akshu pimple
12 years ago

new competitor for this bike is xtreame... This bike also dnt hv kick start.and cost 85000 more than dazzy....dazzy looks se** in red.. I am planning to purchase dazzy...m i taking right decision abt dazzy?

akshu pimple
12 years ago

today i went to honda showroom. I ask d dealer abt battery ....And they said no guarantee abt battery prob...for self start

Antony George
12 years ago

Dazzler production has stopped.  Not available in showroom since Aug 2011.  Does anybody know why the stopped production or is dazzler permanently discontinued?

I want to buy a 150cc shortly, now since dazzler is stopped, it is excluded from my list.

Pulsar, Hunk, Gs150r, Unicorn, and CBZ are all too heavy.  Apache, Fz16 and SZ-R are the only lighter bikes.

Still i think bike without kicker will give problem one day in traffic.  So kicker is wanted.

But all bike with rear disk brake have no kicker.  
Only Apache has both kicker and rear disk brake.

akshu pimple
12 years ago

HI i hv 1 question for u.. I am planning to buy this dazzy... bt i want to say that i will ride it only 2-3 times in a week.... So next time start karne me koi problem to nai ayega na... coz this bike dnt hv kick start... m worry abt it. IF u thnk it wll be a prob. thn select YES IF possible thn plz mail me useful ansr.. [email protected]

Antony George
12 years ago

I had booked dazzler. But now since August 2011, dazzler is not available in showrooms. The showroom people say dazzler production has stopped. Why they dont know. They say next batch of dazzler expected in 2012 only. I think honda concentrating only on Activa and Twister, as they make more profit from these. Does anybody here know why dazzler production has stopped?? Also, honda may give kicker option in dazzler, because new yamaha Fz-S has kicker now. So, i am thinking of SZ-r or Fz-s or even RTR180 now, prefer lighter bike. RTR180 has rear disk and kicker too. For bigger bike, I prefer Gs150r or Hunk over Cb-unicorn, as unicorn is outdated and lacks many features.

Bhanu Prakash S
12 years ago

Hi Folks,

I am from Bangalore. Probably(i am not sure) i am the oldest owner of Dazzler among the people who all have commented here. My bike has completed about 13000 kms and 13 months. Below are my comments about the bike.

1. I usually do rash riding(I go at 60-70 speed even in small crowdy roads). I never fell down from bike till now and not even made a small accident also. The braking and road grip of the bike are so awesome.
2. It gives 45-50kmpl mileage(May be its because of my rash riding. Otherwise it should actually give more). It was giving more than 55 before first service.
3. The parts i have replaced so far are tail lamp and rear disk(this was spoiled because of the bad service from showroom guys).
4. The top speed i achieved is 122kmph(could go furthur but bit scared at this speed) in single riding and 110 in double riding.
5. I have not experienced any problem in having no kick start. The bike starts at a single attempt even in very cold weather conditions.
6. I have successfully beaten FZ, Pulsar 150 and apache 160 in race(among these pulsar was tough and FZ was poor competators).
7. The engine is still very smooth but the gear shift smoothness has reduced(it was butter smooth when i bought).
8. I usually spend 350-500Rs on every service(including oil changes and polishing).
9. I am 5'8'' tall and never experienced any back pain even on long rides. But the people who were sitting back have experinced back pains on long rides.
10. The honda service is not up to the mark. They should take better care for their customers.

According to me, it stands on top among other 150cc bikes except in looks.

Finally, I love my Dazzler to the core!!!!

prathmesh shetye
12 years ago

i am 22yer old plz sugest which bike i purchas twister,dazzler,stuner. i am confuzed plz guide me which bike is best


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