All The Details About Honda’s Most Affordable BS6 Product
- by Zaran Mody
- Jun 3, 2020
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The CD 110 Dream BS6 is the brand’s first 110cc bike to meet the stricter emission norms
Honda was one of the first manufacturers to roll out a BS6 product, in the form of the Activa 125 BS6, way back in September last year. But so vast is the Japanese brand’s portfolio that it is still rolling out BS6-updated versions of its two-wheelers even today. Latest on the list is the CD 110 Dream BS6 that was launched just day before yesterday. Here’s everything you need to know about it:
Cheapest Honda In India
Starting at Rs 64,505 (ex-showroom Delhi), the CD 110 Dream BS6 is even more affordable than the popular Activa 6G scooter and gets the tag of the most affordable Honda two-wheeler in the country. Despite this, it’s still over Rs 13,000 more expensive than the BS4 version. Why such a massive hike? Read on to find out.
A New Heart
Powering the CD 110 Dream into the BS6 era is an all-new fuel-injected 109.51cc motor also seen on the Activa 6G and Dio BS6 scooters. In this avatar, it produces 8.79PS and 9.30Nm, making it 0.37PS more powerful than before, but torque is down by 0.6Nm. On the upside, Honda claims that fuel-efficiency has gone up, which is what buyers of this bike will really appreciate.
To help justify that sizeable jump in price, Honda has also thrown in a raft of new features. The new motor is brought to life by an ACG silent starter, just like all Honda BS6 models. The CD 110 Dream BS6 also gets an integrated headlight pass switch and engine kill switch, the latter of which wasn’t even present on the CBR150R!
Some things haven’t been messed with. Like before, the bike is held together by a single-downtube frame and suspension is taken care of by a conventional telescopic fork and hydraulic twin shock absorbers. There is no disc brake option but Honda has equipped the updated CD 110 Dream with a low rolling-resistance rear tyre to help drive up fuel-efficiency.
Warranty and Variants
Price (ex-showroom Delhi)
The two variants on offer are Standard and Deluxe, and the only difference between them is colour schemes: the latter gets metallic colour options. Both variants come with a massive 6 years of warranty! (3 years standard + 3 years free extended)
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