Honda Motorcycle had introduced a sportier version of its long standing CB Unicorn to spice things up a bit in the 150 cc biking segment in India. However, the bike didn’t make much fire and noise as expected and Honda felt something should be done about it. Thus, they came up with the Deluxe variant of the bike in which you get a new 2 tone paint job. The Deluxe variant of the Dazzler costs Rs. 1000 more than the standard Dazzler. Thus the price of the Deluxe CB Dazzler stands at Rs. 66,198 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The new 2 tone paint job available is the Pearl Sunbeam White with Red and Black with Grey. Going just by the looks, the new dual tone paint job makes the bike look sporty and refreshing. But sadly, apart from the paint job, everything else remains unchanged. The bike retains the 149.1 cc, SOHC 2 valve engine that produces 14 BHP of peak power and 13.1 Nm of peak torque. The kerb weight of the bike remains unchanged at 137 kg. The 149.1 cc engine that powers the CB Unicorn too is a very good and reliable engine and is much appreciated for its butter smoothness. The bike features a telescopic front suspension and a mono-shock suspension at the rear making it very good when it comes to handling. The ride quality of the bike is also quite good. However, it lacks in many parameters when compared to the FZ-S. But the Dazzler gains points to the FZ-S when we talk about the reliability, mileage and the pillion rider comfort. You can find more about the bike in our test ride report here.