Honda Dream

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The tag line for the Honda brand is ‘The Power of Dreams’ and that’s what Honda hopes to convey with its Dream series of commuter motorcycles. They all are mechanically identical, but differ in positioning via their pricing. All three offer alloy wheels and electric start as standard equipment, but there is no front disc brake, even as an option. The base model is the CD110 Dream, followed by the Dream Neo. The only option the two offer is a carrier in place of a pillion grabrail. The CD110 Dream is the sober looking one of the two,... The tag line for the Honda brand is ‘The Power of Dreams’ and that’s what Honda hopes to convey with its Dream series of commuter motorcycles. They all are mechanically identical, but differ in positioning via their pricing.

All three offer alloy wheels and electric start as standard equipment, but there is no front disc brake, even as an option. The base model is the CD110 Dream, followed by the Dream Neo. The only option the two offer is a carrier in place of a pillion grabrail. The CD110 Dream is the sober looking one of the two, with the Dream Neo offering more style. The latter offers better-looking graphics, a chrome carrier, a muffler heat shield that is chromed (instead of painted black) and a blacked-out engine to the CD110’s silver motor.

The Dream Yuga is designed to appeal to an urban audience, which is why it has more style than the previous two models. The panels under the seat flow uninterrupted to the tail, and the rear springs are scarlet instead of mere black. The chrome muffler heat shield also has a sharper shape, and the tail-lamp is a more upmarket one.

The Dream series of motorcycles competes with brands like the Splendor and Passion from Hero Motocorp.
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