About Honda Dream Yuga
Launched in 2012, the Dream Yuga is the most expensive bike from the Dream Series. It's a part of the competitive mass market commuter segment and is doing a decent job there. Just like the other Honda bikes, the Dream Yuga is known for its reliablity.
Honda has taken the traditional approach of designing this motorcycle. The curvy fuel tank, sharply-styled bikini fairing and tail piece are some traits that we also see in other Dream series bikes. The Dream Yuga has a very nice ergonomics making the rider easy to ride in traffic. The Japanese manufacturer is offering the Dream Yuga with a couple of bright decals to attract young Indian customers.
The Honda Dream Yuga is powered by 109cc single cylinder air-cooled engine which churns out 8.25bhp at 7500rpm and 8.63Nm of torque. The engine is mated to four-speed constant mesh gearbox which has all-up gearshift pattern. The motorcycle has telescopic suspension in the front and five step spring loaded suspension at the rear. Fuel tank capacity stands at eight litre and with a claimed fuel efficiency of 72kmpl, the Dream Yuga can do close to 550kms in one tank. It gets 18-inch alloy wheels and tubeless tyres at both - front and rear.
The Honda Dream Yuga is available in three variants – Self start-drum-alloy, Kick start-drum-spoke and Kick Start-drum-alloy. It is available in six colours – metallic red, metallic grey, metallic blue, black, sports red and white. It competes with the Hero Splendor 110 iSmart, TVS Victor and the Suzuki Hayate EP.