Honda Dream Neo Price: 97,000
Comfort, Efficient mileage and Strength
Backdated look, Thinner tire and High price spare parts (Comparatively)
Another good bike from Honda. This bike is also from the segment of 100cc and it is also enough strong to deliver good strength in various situation as a 110cc bike. Dream Neo also delivers great comfort, high efficient mileage and descent look at once. This bike is mainly for those who are looking for a 110cc bike with durability, high efficient mileage and great comfort during commuting around the city or outer city.
Honda Dream Neo – Specification breakdown and analysis
Overview: Honda Dream Neo 110 is another 110cc bike of Honda which is a pure commuting bike. It has great durability and smooth performing capabilities with comfort. This bike also has some good power producing ability as a 110cc bike which will help the riders in various circumstances. The looks of this bike may not be with up to date but if we see the overall characteristics this is a great bike also.
Appearance & Design: This bike has descent look of a commuter bike. It has little curvy fuel tank and long seat for the comfort of rider and pillion. It also has good shaped headlight and good looking rear light.
All the body parts have solid paint work which makes it look better. In the fuel tank and parts under the rider’s seat there are some graphical designs which helps the bike to look something better.
Engine & Transmission: Honda Dream Neo 110 is a 109cc bike which can produce 8.25 BHP of power at 7500 RPM and 8.63 Nm of torque at 5500 RPM which is pretty good as a 109cc bike. It also clarifies that the user can use the strength of this bike to handle various kind of situations. It has 4 speed transmissions which acts smoothly and makes the riding experience smoother for the rider of this bike.
Body, Brakes and Suspension: This bike has telescoping suspensions at the front and drum brakes at both ends. This suspensions give the rider hassle free commuting experience and the brakes are great to handle various moments according to the attributes of the bike. But it has been found that as the bike has thinner tires at rear so sometimes hard braking results into skidding of the rear tire.