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  • Q. Please provide us a long term review & its mileage , engine performance?
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The CD110 Dream houses the air-cooled, 4-stroke 109.19cc BS-IV compliant engine that is powered by Honda Eco Technology (HET) and mated to a 4-speed gearbox. The engine pumps out 8.31bhp of max power at 7,500rpm and 9.09Nm of peak torque at 5,000rpm. The commuter is capable of returning a fuel economy of 74Kmpl (claimed) and attaining a top speed of 86Kmph (claimed). It comes with a fuel tank capacity of 8 liters, which is not too big but enough for your daily commutes considering the economy it yields. Powered by the brand’s Eco-Technology engine, the bike returns impressive mileage without compromising on its performance, which is incredible. Fit and finish though are best in class, and easily speaks volumes about quality of Honda products. The engine is known for its refinement and coupled with the smooth four-speed transmission, it offers lovely performance in the commuter class segment. Handling and ride quality of the CD 110 Dream is also impressive, even with a basic set up of telescopic fork and simple hydraulic coil spring rear suspension. Fuel efficiency of the Honda CD 110 Dream is excellent for the 100cc segment and makes it a desirable product in the commuter class segment. Click on the ink to know more: https://bit.ly/2v0dTEz

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    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The engine of the Honda CD 110 Dream is a 110cc single-cylinder unit that produces 8.36PS of power and maximum torque of 8.63Nm. The engine is known for its refinement and coupled with the smooth four-speed transmission, it offers lovely performance in the commuter class segment. The HET-powered engine fitted on the CD110 Dream is now BS-IV compliant that means it doesn’t harm the environment anymore. It also gets an MF battery with viscous filter that doesn’t ask for much for maintenance. Providing confidence to the rider are the drum brakes and the tubeless tyres. The all-new CD110 Dream is bolted on the Diamond frame and features a reliable suspension setup of telescopic front forks and hydraulic spring loaded rear shocks. The setup ensures that the rough road patches are seen through with ease while the long wheelbase takes care of the stability at high speed. The Honda CD 110 Dream is the cheapest motorcycle from the stables of Honda for the Indian two-wheeler market and is targeted at the entry-level commuter segment.

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  • Q. How is rear suspension?
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    Honda CD 110 Dream is a 110cc single-cylinder unit that produces 8.36PS of power and maximum torque of 8.63Nm. The engine is known for its refinement and coupled with the smooth four-speed transmission, it offers lovely performance in the commuter class segment. Handling and ride quality of the CD 110 Dream is also impressive, even with a basic set up of telescopic fork and simple hydraulic coil spring rear suspension. Fuel efficiency of the Honda CD 110 Dream is excellent for the 100cc segment and makes it a desirable product in the commuter class segment. Honda CD 110 Dream gives a mileage of 74 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.

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    KVN | 7 hours ago

    Good comfortable

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  • Q. हौंडा CD 110 ड्रीम स्पीड 60 km कितने सेकेंड में शाइन CB Shine 60 km कितने सेकेंड में
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    The Honda CB shine can do 0-60Kmph in 7.16 seconds as the tested figure while the Honda CD 110 Dream isn't tested yet. Stay tuned.

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    Avinash | 1 week ago

    I Dont know

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  • Q. What is the difference between Dream CD 110, Neo and Yuga? Are they better than Bajaj Platina 100/110 in term of long term usage(mileage, maintenance and performance)?
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    The Honda CD 100 Dream, Dream Neo and Dream Yuga are the entry level commuter bikes from Honda which has been offered with the same engine. Moreover, the Honda's engines are famous for their reliability and great performance. The Bajaj Platina 110/100 it's own advantages. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride of the bikes so that you may choose the best bike for yourself.Click here for the comparison: https://www.zigwheels.com/bike-comparison/honda-cd-110-dream-vs-honda-dream-neo-vs-honda-dream-yuga Click here for the dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Honda

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    SUSEEL | 1 month ago

    All these Honda motor cycles are same in performance and not getting a smooth ride. Better choice is Hero splendor and Platina.

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  • Q. I need better mileage and travel comfort bike with 100km daily ride. Among Honda CD 110 and Bajaj Platina 110 which one is reliable?
    Zigwheels | 3 days ago

    We'd recommend opting for the newly launched sibling of Bajaj Platina 110, the H Gear, for its long and comfortable seat, decent mileage figure, stress-free ride quality and a larger disc brake adds to the safety as well. Read more:- Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear: Road Test Review - Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear: Image Gallery

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    KVN | 6 hours ago

    Honda engine is more durable, power full compare to Bajaj engine

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  • Q. Please provide us a long term review & its mileage , engine performance?
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The CD110 Dream houses the air-cooled, 4-stroke 109.19cc BS-IV compliant engine that is powered by Honda Eco Technology (HET) and mated to a 4-speed gearbox. The engine pumps out 8.31bhp of max power at 7,500rpm and 9.09Nm of peak torque at 5,000rpm. The commuter is capable of returning a fuel economy of 74Kmpl (claimed) and attaining a top speed of 86Kmph (claimed). It comes with a fuel tank capacity of 8 liters, which is not too big but enough for your daily commutes considering the economy it yields. Powered by the brand’s Eco-Technology engine, the bike returns impressive mileage without compromising on its performance, which is incredible. Fit and finish though are best in class, and easily speaks volumes about quality of Honda products. The engine is known for its refinement and coupled with the smooth four-speed transmission, it offers lovely performance in the commuter class segment. Handling and ride quality of the CD 110 Dream is also impressive, even with a basic set up of telescopic fork and simple hydraulic coil spring rear suspension. Fuel efficiency of the Honda CD 110 Dream is excellent for the 100cc segment and makes it a desirable product in the commuter class segment. Click on the ink to know more: https://bit.ly/2v0dTEz

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    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The engine of the Honda CD 110 Dream is a 110cc single-cylinder unit that produces 8.36PS of power and maximum torque of 8.63Nm. The engine is known for its refinement and coupled with the smooth four-speed transmission, it offers lovely performance in the commuter class segment. The HET-powered engine fitted on the CD110 Dream is now BS-IV compliant that means it doesn’t harm the environment anymore. It also gets an MF battery with viscous filter that doesn’t ask for much for maintenance. Providing confidence to the rider are the drum brakes and the tubeless tyres. The all-new CD110 Dream is bolted on the Diamond frame and features a reliable suspension setup of telescopic front forks and hydraulic spring loaded rear shocks. The setup ensures that the rough road patches are seen through with ease while the long wheelbase takes care of the stability at high speed. The Honda CD 110 Dream is the cheapest motorcycle from the stables of Honda for the Indian two-wheeler market and is targeted at the entry-level commuter segment.

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  • Q. What is the difference between Dream CD 110, Neo and Yuga? Are they better than Bajaj Platina 100/110 in term of long term usage(mileage, maintenance and performance)?
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    The Honda CD 100 Dream, Dream Neo and Dream Yuga are the entry level commuter bikes from Honda which has been offered with the same engine. Moreover, the Honda's engines are famous for their reliability and great performance. The Bajaj Platina 110/100 it's own advantages. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride of the bikes so that you may choose the best bike for yourself.Click here for the comparison: https://www.zigwheels.com/bike-comparison/honda-cd-110-dream-vs-honda-dream-neo-vs-honda-dream-yuga Click here for the dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Honda

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    SUSEEL | 1 month ago

    All these Honda motor cycles are same in performance and not getting a smooth ride. Better choice is Hero splendor and Platina.

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  • Q. I need better mileage and travel comfort bike with 100km daily ride. Among Honda CD 110 and Bajaj Platina 110 which one is reliable?
    Zigwheels | 3 days ago

    We'd recommend opting for the newly launched sibling of Bajaj Platina 110, the H Gear, for its long and comfortable seat, decent mileage figure, stress-free ride quality and a larger disc brake adds to the safety as well. Read more:- Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear: Road Test Review - Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear: Image Gallery

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    KVN | 6 hours ago

    Honda engine is more durable, power full compare to Bajaj engine

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  • Q. Can I make a long distance ride, say 200 km or more
    KVN | 6 hours ago

    Yes

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    Parvez | 1 week ago

    Offcourse

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  • Q. I need better mileage and travel comfort bike with 100km daily ride. Among Honda CD 110 and Bajaj Platina 110 which one is reliable?
    Zigwheels | 3 days ago

    We'd recommend opting for the newly launched sibling of Bajaj Platina 110, the H Gear, for its long and comfortable seat, decent mileage figure, stress-free ride quality and a larger disc brake adds to the safety as well. Read more:- Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear: Road Test Review - Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear: Image Gallery

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    KVN | 6 hours ago

    Honda engine is more durable, power full compare to Bajaj engine

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