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Honda updates the Dream Neo with new colours

Honda updates the Dream Neo with new colours

Snapshot: The new Dream Neo gets new colours, a chrome muffler protector and a 3D logo on the tank and retails at the same price as earlier.

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The Japanese auto maker, Honda has updated its famous entry-level commuter motorcycle, the Dream Neo. The motorcycle still retails at the same price of Rs 49,070 (ex-showroom Delhi) and comes with a refreshed colour scheme. It will be available in three new colours including Black with Blue Stripes, Imperial Red Metallic and Geny Grey Metallic and also in long selling Black and Red stripes colour. The new Honda Dream Neo also gets a chrome muffler protector and a 3D logo on the tank that further complements its simple looks.

When talking about mechanicals, the bike still derives its power from the same 110cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivers a maximum power of 8.3bhp and a peak torque of 8.6Nm. This engine comes mated to a four-speed transmission and the company claims a fuel-efficiency of 74kmpl.

“In line with our aggressive product strategy for 2016, Honda is bringing freshness to its award winning motorcycle portfolio. We are beginning the new financial year with yet another refreshing value added upgrade of Dream Neo. We are confident that refreshed mass motorcycle of Honda will bring new excitement and provide tailwinds to the sentiments," said Yadvinder Singh Guleria, senior vice president, sales & marketing, HMSI.

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