The two variants – Standard and Deluxe – of the Honda CD 110 Dream are priced at Rs 64,505 and Rs 65,505, respectively. The new CD 110 Dream feature Honda’s silent start-stop system, DC headlight, and more.
Although Honda was amongst the first two-wheeler manufacturers to begin switching to BS6 motorcycles way back in September 2019, it hadn't updated all its models when the coronavirus lockdown began in March 2020. In fact, the Japanese bikemaker pulled off some of its offerings from its official website soon after the BS6 norms came into effect on 1st April. Now, it looks like it is still continuing to shift to BS6, and the first one to be launched is the CD 110 Dream. Launched in two variants – Standard and Deluxe – the CD 110 Dream is priced at Rs 64,505 and Rs 65,505, respectively. While both variants come with self-start, the only noticeable difference is in the colour options and the black alloy wheels on the Deluxe trim.
Changes from the older model include a mildly redesigned fuel tank, a smaller exhaust, restyled side panels, and new decals. In terms of equipment, like all other BS6 Honda offerings, this one too gets the ACG silent start function. The CD 110 Dream has also been fitted with an engine kill switch, a DC headlamp and a pass switch.
The biggest update, of course, is to the BS6 engine. To meet the more stringent emission norms, the 110cc engine now gets fuel injection. The CD 110 Dream makes peak power of 8.7bhp and max torque of 9.3Nm – a marginal increase over the previous BS-IV model. The engine comes mated to a 4-speed transmission.
The BS6 CD 110 Dream demands Rs 14,000 over the model it replaces. It competes against the likes of the TVS Radeon, Hero Splendor iSmart 110, and Bajaj CT 110.