Honda CB Twister

` 50,002* Onwards
*Ex Showroom Price Delhi
3 / 5 based on 17 reviews
Honda CB Twister
  • Colors
  • Economy
    65 Kmpl

  • Performance
    109.19 cc


  • Capacity
    Fuel Capacity
         8 Ltrs
  • Comfort
    Self Start
    Kick Start
  • EMI
    36 Months

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Honda CB Twister Specifications

Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power
Honda CB Twister Self Drum Alloy Manual 109.19 cc
4 Stroke, Air-Cooled, SI Engine
65 Kmpl 9 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Honda CB Twister Self Disc Alloy Manual 109 cc
4 Stroke, Air-Cooled, SI Engine
71 Kmpl 9 bhp @ 8000 rpm

Honda CB Twister Review

  • News Update

    13th August, 2015: Launched in 2009, Honda CB Twister is the first of its kind of commuter motorcycle with a very sporty styling. The light weight motorcycle is powered by an 110cc HET engine, which delivers a best-in-class maximum power of 9bhp and a peak torque of 9Nm. The bike looks very interesting with a sharp headlamp, masculine fuel tank and a raised tail. It was also awarded as the motorcycle of the year in 2011, however, the bike has not recieved any cosmetic update since its inception. The bike is on sale at all the Honda dealership across the country in four shades- Heavy Grey Metallic, Electric Yellow Metallic, Sports Red and Black.

  • Overview

    Honda CB Twister is one of the most desirable offerings by the Japanese manufacturer. In a country like India, whose commanding middle-class craves for a money-saving yet stylish bike, the company’s decision paid-off well after they looked at its decent sales figures.

    Propelling the bike is a 109.19cc four-stroke, air-cooled engine that comes mated to a four-speed gearbox set up. It develops a peak power of 9bhp at 8,000rpm with a maximum torque of 8.97Nm at 6,000rpm. The engine uses a viscous paper filter for breathing and comes to life by an easy electric start and a kick start. The bike touches a top speed mark of 89kmph and delivers a friendly fuel economy of 70kmpl as claimed by the company.

    Honda CB Twister moves on 70/100-17 front and 80/100-17 rear tubeless tyres with stylish alloy wheels. The braking kit has a 130mm drum brake at the front and 110mm drum brake at the rear end. Along with it, the company also offers a 240mm front disc brake as an option. To gulp down the hurdles and bumps with ease, the bike has been fitted with telescopic forks at the front and spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear.

    Now coming to the body design, needless to say, the bike scores well here as well and looks pleasant in terms of a daily-use commuter bike. The front end receives a stylish and sharp headlamp design with a pointed fender. The neatly designed fuel tank looks ravishing with the integrated side cowls. The bike has a bare athletic rear that comprises of a half chain case, sporty black grab rail and an all-black sleekly designed muffler.

    With body dimensions of 1,972mm x 742mm x 1,075mm (LxWxH), it looks a bit compact as compared to the rest of its competitors. Honda CB Twister has a wheelbase and minimum ground clearance of 1,262mm and 180mm respectively that offer good stability and handling to the rider. 

  • Design

    Contrary to the boring and regular looks, Honda has blessed its 110cc commuter bike with some impressive body dynamics that make it really appealing. The front profile incorporates a sharp headlamp section with a black colored small visor crowned at its top. The fuel tank is chiselled impressively and looks stunning with the integration of side cowls. The bike has a sporty and well-cushioned seat which provides upright comfort to the rider and pillion.

    Coming to the rear end, it boasts of a black coloured rear grab rail that looks ravishing. Coming to the overall body dimensions, the bike measures 1,972mm x 742mm x 1,075mm (LxWxH). It has wheelbase of 1,262mm and kerb weight of 107kg. It has a minimum ground clearance of 180mm that assures stability due to low center of gravity. With an 8 liter fuel tank in stock, the bike covers a decent range without any halt. The instrument cluster goes completely analogue which comprises of a speedometer, fuel gauge, trip meter, odometer and the usual telltale lights.

  • Engine & Performance

    The 109.19cc, air-cooled, four-stroke, SI engine comes linked to a four-speed transmission and generates a peak power of 9bhp at 8,000rpm with a maximum torque of 8.97Nm at 6,000rpm. The motor has a compression ratio of 9.0:1 and uses viscous paper filter for low maintenance cost. With self and kick start as the modes of starting, the setup uses chain drive to transmit power to the rear wheels. Honda CB Twister hits a top speed of 89kmph and returns a commendable fuel economy of 70kmpl as claimed by the company. 

  • Braking & Handling

    The bike has a set of 70/100-17 front and 80/100-17 rear grippy tubeless tyres that offer stability and good ride quality. The suspension system comprises of telescopic forks at the front and spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. Honda CB Twister comes to a standstill with the help of 130mm drum brake at the front and 110mm drum brake at the rear. To further boost the braking power, the manufacturer offers an optional 240mm front disc brake that gives a better bite. 

  • Safety Features

    Honda CB Twister comes with a set of grippy tyres at both ends that provide dynamic stability and superior ride quality. The tubeless tyres do not bring the bike to a halt suddenly, which gives another benefit to the rider. Apart from this, an optional 240mm front disc brake that responds well as compared to the drum setup. The powerful 12V-35/35W headlight delivers a steady beam of light in dark and avoids chances of any mishap. The rear view mirrors alerts the rider for any incoming traffic approaching from behind. 

  • Pros

    • Stylish Looks and Body Design
    • Decent Mileage
    • Durability

  • Cons

    • Cushioning of the seat could be better
    • Lacks Digital instrument console
    • Need a cosmetic update

User Reviews

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  • Not Expected From This Bike
    BY | February 26, 2014 | 151 Views

    Hi this is the worst bike ever seen in my life, no balancing, no milage, no control if cross 60, vibration if cross 60, ugly tank shape (cannot keep any luguage on tank). kids cannot sit on tank, body parts getting rusting for one year old bike, rear tyre are very thin like ranger cycle,ca... Read Full Review

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  • Honda Cb Twister
    BY Steven | June 29, 2014 | 268 Views

    I purchased it last year satisfied with performance but no power, no mileage and noisy.But looks are good if you can exceed rs 6000 to 8000 then try pulsar 135 gud bikes with gud looks and features and mileage is 5 kmpl less than twister but doesnt matter if u want comfort ride and noise f... Read Full Review

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    BY tanusharma | April 7, 2014 | 399 Views

    This bike is meant for its style at cheap for youngster enjoy ride with girlfriend, not for ladies or aunties. its a good sports bike at low price, please clear about sports bike, naked bike and commuter bike. Honda hardly fail.... Read Full Review

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