The Dream Yuga is Honda’s most expensive offering in their ‘dream’ series of motorcycles. The Dream Yuga is targeted towards the commuter segment. With a cost effective and efficient nature, the Dream Yuga is placed for maximum numbers in the Indian motorcycle market.
The Dream Yuga is Honda’s most expensive offering in their ‘dream’ series of motorcycles. The Dream Yuga is targeted towards the commuter segment. With a cost effective and efficient nature, the Dream Yuga is placed for maximum numbers in the Indian motorcycle market.Read more
The Dream Yuga carries a very conventional look and is very basic in styling like the other motorcycles in the ‘dream’ series. The Dream Yuga gets a moulded headlamp cowl that adds a dash of style. An eight litre curvy fuel tank on the Dream Yuga is more functional than stylish. The Dream Yuga gets flashy decals on the side of the fuel tank which run all the way from the side panels nearly to the grabrail.
Keeping in check the urban usability the Dream Yuga gets a comfortable riding position, forward set foot pegs and a wide handlebar. Adding to comfort of the Dream Yuga is the single seat with the rider height at 820mm.
Powering the Honda Dream Yuga is a 109cc single cylinder air-cooled block mated to a 4 speed gearbox. The Dream Yuga produces 8.3bhp at 7500rpm and 9Nm of torque at 5000rpm. Honda has equipped the Dream Yuga with HET (Honda eco technology) which has a claimed fuel efficiency of 72kmpl. The Dream Yuga runs on 18inch rims and 80/100 tubeless tyres for front and rear. The dream Yuga gets 130mm drum brake for front and rear and no option of disc brakes.
The Dream Yuga is available in three variants – kick start with spoke rims, kick start with alloy wheels, and electric start with alloy wheels. The Dream Yuga is available in six colours: metallic red, grey, blue, black, sports red and white.
The Honda Dream Yuga competes with the Hero Splendor iSmart 110, Suzuki Hayate and TVS Victor. The Dream Yuga is priced at Rs 53,462 (ex-showroom, Delhi)