Honda has passed on the GST benefits to its customers and prices for its two-wheelers have dropped between Rs 300 and Rs 700 depending on the state of purchase. Honda updated its Dream Yuga with a new dual tone colour variant. The 2016 model of the Dream Yuga is now available with a new Black and Athletic Blue Metallic colour option. The new colour scheme will be available at no additional cost at Rs 51,499 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The Dream Yuga belongs to the 110cc class of commuter motorcycles and is equipped with features such as tubeless tyres, maintenance free battery and a viscous air filter. Suspension duties on the Dream Yuga are taken care of by telescopic forks at the front and dual shock absorbers at the rear. The motorcycle comes with drum brakes at both ends
Black With Sunset Brown Metallic
Black With Red Graphics
Black With Radiant Red Metallic
Black With Heavy Grey Metallic
Black With Lemon Ice Yellow Graphics
Preferred For : Daily Commute
39% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
I usually prefer to drive bikes for long distance, after buying bike I stopped travelling in bus. It is a very comfortable bike for long drives. Seat would have been better, otherwise perfect for long drives. less maintainance(800rs per 3000km) I had never took rest even after riding 400kms in a single stretch. I drive the bike at optimum speed(45-65 kmph) with out any break. I m getting 65-75 kmpl mileage. I m writing this review after 4yrs of usage. I m planning for a trip to goa , I will share my experience once I return back to salem.
mileage is Depend upoon you how you are driving with proper maintainance. In city you will get hardly 65 km/h (congested traffic) while on national highways Gives 75 km/l.(Speed Under 65km/h,Above 80 km/h mileage can decrese) maintenance cost too high of you go for Paid Service and Gives useless comments regarding bike like your brake shoes defected need to replace. Within 2 months etc .
Low mileage, Morning Start Problem if idle for 3-4 days, lowest top speed in the segment, vibrates above 65 Km/hr. Upside - Very low maintenance, light, easy to handle in crowd, and very less time taken from 0-50. I bought this for its sleek look. :) I will recommend it if 80% of your commute is within the city. On the highways it is terrible.
पिकअप बढ़िया है,चलाने में कंफर्ट है, long drive में भी अच्छी है,ब्रेक बढ़िया है,पैर रखने के पेडल और स्टैंड की घटिया क्वालिटी है,
Better mileage, low maintenance cost & superb performance . You will get smooth journey without any vibration . But , it has no style overall & this bike is need one more gear . Afterall , this bike is not made for daily long journey . You must have to take care of this bike like a 'MAN' .
The small capacity commuter motorcycle formula has pretty much remained unchanged since the last three decades, but off late the bikes that occupy this space have started evolving. We take three of the best examples of these 'evolutionary' 100cc commuters, the Bajaj Discover 100T, the Hero Passion X-Pro and the Honda Dream Yuga and see what's what