Mileage, Ergonomics, Features
Honda’s latest offering for the commuter segment is claimed to be the most affordable in the market at present. A mileage 74 kmpl aided by its frugal engine, coupled with some very handy features would make it a very strong proposition even in such a cut throat segment.
The Hero Splendor iSmart has start/stop tech. The Honda Dream Neo, HET. No matter the tech jargon, what this essentially means is that entry-level bike buyers now have even more fuel efficient motorcycles to choose from
Honda and Mahindra have brought in two new additions to the highly competitive commuter class segment with the Dream Neo and the Centuro. We pit the two newest offerings in the segment against the already established Bajaj Discover 100T, Hero Passion XPro and the Suzuki Hayate to find out which one of these leads the pack
With the new colours and updates, Honda will continue to sell the Dream Neo at the existing price of Rs 49,070 (Ex-showroom, New Delhi)
To cash in on the upcoming festive season Honda has introduced the Dream Neo in a new shade of white
Even as other major two-wheeler manufacturers stare at a difficult time owing to dwindling sales, Honda is aiming at an overall growth of 40 per cent as it has high expectations from its recently launched 110cc bike, Dream Neo
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