Honda CD 110 Dream Expert Review
New Honda CD 110 Dream 2017 Expert Review – Check Advantage and Disadvantage
With the third launch of its dream series(after Dream Yuga and Dream Neo), Honda is progressively heading in an already dominating market. With competitors like TVS Sport, Hero HF Deluxe, Hero Passion X, Bajaj Platina etc. already existing in the market, the new Dream 110 will surely have a lot of ground to cover. The new Honda CD 110 Dream is the most affordable model among Honda’s Dream series of commuter motorcycles with a price tag of Rs. 45,002(Ex-Showroom, Delhi).
Honda CD 110 Dream Design & Looks
In terms of looks, the Honda CD 110 Dream Deluxe gets new black with green stripe colour graphics which is additional to the outgoing variant. The instrument cluster follows a simplistic approach just like the bike itself with speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge. The engine is coated Black with grey coating for the alloys. Dimensionally, it measures 2009mm in length, 737mm in width and 1074mm in height. Overall, there is very little excitement with the bike with its simplistic yet decent features. It also gets a rear carrier which is quite useful to carry some luggage.
The wheelbase is measured at 1258mm, while the ground clearance is an appreciable 179 mm which will surely dodge the speed breakers. The bike is offered in 4 shades viz. Black with Grey Graphics, Black with Blue Graphics, Black with Green Graphics, Black with Red Stripes. As for the variants, Honda is offering kick-start with spoke wheels, kick-start with alloy wheels and self-start with alloy wheels.
Honda CD 110 Dream Specification
Honda CD 110 Dream Deluxe continues to use the same 109.2cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine capable of producing 8.25bhp at 7500rpm and 8.63Nm of peak torque available at 5500rpm mated to a 4-speed gearbox. The bike is also equipped with the Honda Eco Technology (HET) which will help improve fuel efficiency to 74 kmpl with a top speed of 86 kmph. The commuter has 105 kg of kerb weight, which also includes fuel tank capacity of 8-litres. The bike gets drum brakes at both tyres. It gets Telescopic Fork suspension at front and Spring Loaded Hydraulic at the rear.
Honda CD 110 Dream Advantage
- With the Automatic Headlamp On (AHO) function, Vehicle visibility will enhance during daytime too.
- With inclusion of Self-Start and impressive fuel efficiency, it is a ‘value for money’ offer.
- Greater number of variants to choose from than the outgoing variant.
Honda CD 110 Dream Disadvantage
- No option to choose disc brake
- The bike might feel a bit underpowered
- Very monotonous styling
Honda CD 110 Dream Expert Review Rating – 8.1/10