- Good build quality.
- Good front brake.
- Weak rear brake.
- Rear suspension.
- Short wheelbase.
The biggest segment of the Bangladeshi motorcycle market is the 125cc commuter segment. The major reason for this is because motorcycles are nimble, and consumes less fuel. Another reason is that the fact these motorcycles are attainable at affordable prices. One of the major players in the bangladeshi9 market is Dayun. A commuter bike is the Dayun Deviser, which is a 125cc bike.
Dayun is a Chinese motorcycle manufacturer, which is situated in Yuncheng, Shanxi, China. Dayun is brought to Bangladesh by the Bangladeshi motorcycle manufacturer Roadmaster. Roadmaster has brought many commuter bikes by Dayun to Bangladesh. Dayun Deviser is one of those bikes. The Dayun Deviser received quite some praise as soon it reached Bangladesh due to its commuter ergonomic and simple design.
The Dayun Deviser comes with a simple design and sporty decals. The bike has a small body, but the decals make the bike look quite sporty. The bike comes stock with a long single seat and a luggage rack. The seat of the bike is quite wide and thick to make it comfortable.
The Dayun Deviser comes with a basic light setup. The headlight is a halogen light with a large reflector, which allows the rider to see till a good distance, however, it might not perform the best on the highway. The taillight is also a halogen bulb but is also fitted with a large reflector, which makes it noticeable from a distance. The indicators are also bulb, but it is a backdated for a bike.
The Dayun Deviser comes in three colors. They are:
1) Black and Blue.
The decals of the three colors are similar, which are quite sporty and stylish.
The Dayun Deviser has a good instrument cluster with enough information for a regular commuter. The instrument cluster consists of a speedometer, an odometer, a fuel gauge, a trip meter, and other necessary indicators.
The Dayun Deviser is fairly low and assistive towards shorter riders. Even though it has a low saddle height, it still has a more than average ground clearance of 190mm. The bike is tall and upright, which suits the commuter category. The bike also has a short wheelbase, of only 1275mm, which may not have the best stability while leaning at corners. The bike has a 14liter fuel tank which is more than enough for long rides.
The height, width, length, and weight of the Dayun Deviser are 1230mm, 780mm, 2000mm, and 121.5kg respectively. The bike has a large seating area, which expands the kind of riders who can swing a leg over this bike. The bike is also light, so flicking the bike from one side to another will be quite easy, and slow speed maneuvers would also be easy in heavy traffic.
Engine and Transmission:
The Dayun Deviser has a 4-stroke engine with 124cc and is air-cooled. The engine gives out 13.4BHP of power at 6500rpm. The power figure is on par with its competitors, and the torque is expected to be enough for the city commute. Since the bike is a commuter, it is expected to provide a suitable mileage, and the mileage of the bike is expected to be around 60kmpl.
The Dayun Deviser has a regular wet multi-plate clutch system. It has a 5-speed gearbox. Since it is a commuter bike, the power delivery is expected to be at the mid-range and the low range. The highest speed of the bike is expected to be around 105kmph.
Brakes, Suspensions, and Wheels:
The Dayun Deviser comes with a disc-drum setup. The front is a disc brake, the safety profile of the bike instantly increases. But since the disc is small, pushing the brake lever hard may jerk the bike very hard. The rear being drum, it can be expected that most veteran riders will opt for the front brake as their primary brake.
The Dayun Deviser comes with telescopic forks on the front, which are covered with an ugly fork spring designed cover. The front forks are expected to perform decently at corners and at
The Dayun Deviser comes with alloy wheels. The front and the rear have tires of 2.75/18 and 3.25/18 sections. Considering the bike, the rear tire is a bit small. A 3.5/18 section tire would do more justice to the bike. But with the present setup, the riders will just have to be a bit more cautious while leaning at the corners.
The Dayun Deviser is for the regular commuter. This bike is for commuters who are looking for a bike with good mileage and performance. A regular commuter will find this bike to be quite nimble and can easily squeeze through heavy traffic.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
The FAQs regarding the Dayun Deviser are answered below:
1. Which country is Dayun from?
Answer: Dayun is a Chinese motorcycle manufacturing company.
2. Where is Dayun made/manufactured?
Answer: Dayun is manufactured in the People’s Republic of China.
3. Does Dayun Deviser have any other versions available?
Answer: The Dayun Deviser has no other versions, however, Dayun has other available bikes in Bangladesh.
Dayun is a good motorcycle with good features at an affordable price. For a regular commuter looking for a bike on a budget, this bike will be perfect.
Specification: Dayun Deviser
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