Honda CD 110 Dream DX is an entry-level model offered from HMSI in India from Dream series. As the name suggest is it a “Dream” among Indian commuters? With this price tag does it offer enough features, performance and above all that superior mileage?. Lower maintenance and superb fuel economy are what entry-level commuters look for in their motorcycle. Does Honda CD 110 Dream DX tick these boxes?.
Honda’s CD 110 Dream which is pegged as its entry-level commuter has received its first price revision for 2021. The CD 110 Dream BS6 standard and Deluxe now retail at Rs 64,508 and Rs 65,508 respectively. The last update for the bike brought with it some segment-first features and a reworked engine that’s claimed to be more frugal than before.
The CD 110 Dream uses an all-new 109.51cc fuel-injected BS6-compliant engine that generates 8.79PS at 7500rpm and 9.30Nm at 5500rpm. That’s 0.37PS more and 0.6NM less than the outgoing model. Honda has also updated the engine with friction reduction technology which improves its fuel-efficiency compared to the BS4 model. The motor comes mated to a 4-speed transmission. In terms of hardware, the Honda CD 110 Dream features a conventional telescopic fork, twin shock absorbers, and drum brakes at both ends with CBS.
Honda CD 110 Dream has been designed for the masses and sports a conservative design that’s similar to that of the Hero Splendor. However, the bright paint schemes with sharp body graphics help add a touch of sportiness. Its bikini fairing flows into a conventionally designed fuel tank complemented by a long single-piece seat. It gets a tail rack that also acts as a single-piece grab rail for the pillion. Even the saree guard gets a sleek design that adds to the overall appeal of the commuter motorcycle.
The BS6 Honda CD 110 Dream features an engine kill switch and a pass beam switch which are usually features found on higher capacity motorcycles. Honda has even equipped the CD 110 Dream with an ACG starter (segment-first) for quick noiseless engine startups. Other notable features include a halogen headlamp, low-rolling resistance rear tyre and a 15mm longer seat.
The Honda CD 110 Dream BS6 rivals the Hero HF Deluxe BS6, TVS Sport BS6 and Bajaj CT110 BS6 in its segment. However, if you were to consider its price, it also takes on the Hero Splendor Plus, Bajaj Platina H-Gear 110, Honda Activa 6G and the Suzuki Access 125.
HONDA CD 110 DREAM DX VERDICT
Smooth 110cc engine
Fuel efficiency is really good
Gets lockable utility box
The parts looks cheap
Has no modern features
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