The Dream Yuga is Honda’s most premium offering in their ‘Dream’ series of motorcycles. Targeted at the commuter segment, this motorcycle carries a very conventional look and is very basic in its styling like the other bikes in the ‘Dream’ series. The Dream Yuga gets a moulded headlamp cowl that adds a dash of style. Its eight litre fuel tank is more functional than stylish. The motorcycle also gets flashy decals on the side of the fuel tank which run all the way from the side panels to the grabrail.
Powering the Honda Dream Yuga is a 109cc single cylinder air-cooled block mated to a 4 speed gearbox. Power figures stand at 8bhp and 9Nm while fuel efficiency is 72kmpl, according to Honda. The motorcycle runs on 18inch rims and 80/100 tubeless tyres for front and rear. Brakes are 130mm drum brakes at the front and rear with no option for disc brakes. CBS is now an optional extra for a few hundred rupees, and will be standard shortly.
The Dream Yuga is available in two variants currently, with and without CBS. Electric start and alloy wheels are standard fitment. The Dream Yuga is available in six colours, five of which have a black base. The colour of the graphics differ – you can have grey, bright red, regular red, yellow, or dark brown. The sixth colour is a red base with black graphics.
The Honda Dream Yuga competes with the Hero Splendor iSmart 110, Suzuki Hayate, TVS Radeon, and Bajaj Discover and Platina 110. It is priced at almost Rs 56,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi) onward.