- Affordable Price
- Build Quality
- Average Looks
- Less Power
Honda CD 110 Dream Price in India
- Eco Technology
- Long seat
- Longer wheelbase
- High Ground Clearence
- New Utility Box
- Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
- Rear Carrier
- Higher Ground Clearance
- Tubeless Tyres
Other Honda Bikes
Honda CD 110 Dream Alternatives
Honda CD 110 Dream Overview
Honda CD 110 Dream is the most recent commuter motorcycle offering from Honda India and is the new addition to its Dream series of bikes. The company has kept its promise of delivering a more affordable motorcycle in India. The company has made its presence felt in the highly intensified commuter segment in the Indian two-wheeler market with offerings like Honda Dream Yuga and Honda Dream Neo and this latest vehicle is the most affordable model in the Dream series of commuter motorcycles. With this motorcycle, the company is targeting the entry-level of the commuter segment which the company dubs as basic sub-segment of 100/110cc bikes. The company claims that it constitutes for 23% of total market share. It is expected that this one is last in the Dream series of motorcycles by the Japanese manufacturer.
Honda CD 110 Dream Engine & Transmission
The bike is powered by an 110cc, single-cylinder engine that churns out 8.25bhp of power and8.63Nm of torque. A four-speed gearbox helps in sending the power to the rear wheel. The Honda Eco technology equipped in this motorcycle helps in greatly improving its fuel efficiency.
Honda CD 110 Dream Mileage
The all new Honda CD 110 Dream competes with other motorcycles like Yamaha YBR 110 and Hero MotoCorp Splendour Pro. It will also lock horns with TVS Star City and Hero HF Deluxe. It ex-showroom price in Delhi is Rs. 41,100 and this makes the bike around Rs. 2000 cheaper than Cream Neo which sells at Rs. 41,954. It is going to be the most economical motorcycle launched by the company till date. This bike will be offered in only one variant of Kick-Drum-Alloy. The company has started bookings for this new bike from mid-July onwards.
Honda CD 110 Dream Performance and Handling
Honda CD 110 Dream has been designed keeping in mind the basic needs of an Indian commuter. In terms of design, Honda CD 110 Dream is almost similar to the Dream Neo. CD 110 sports but it features restyled graphics and the engine and the alloys have been finished in silver instead of the black colour used in Dream Neo. The white alloy wheels lend it a stunning look too. As it is with all the Dream monikered bikes in the country, the HMSI will not be offering a disc brake as an option. The Honda logo is just a sticker and the use of basic paint all around helps in saving costs which has been passed on to the consumers. You get three colour choices in this motorbike namely Black with red stripe, Black with blue stripe and Black with Grey stripe. It has a wheel base of 1258mm that offers it better stability and its long seats give way for maximum riding comfort. The bike offers a superb ground clearance of 179mm. Other features of the bike include viscous air filter, maintenance free battery and tubeles tyres. It can reach a top speed of 74kmpl and offers a fuel efficiency of 83kmpl that is quite good for a commuter vehicle.