Honda Dream Yuga 110

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Engine 109.19 cc Mileage72 Kmpl Top Speed87 KmphView All Specs
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Dream Yuga 110 Price in Delhi

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Honda Dream Yuga 110 Specifications


72 Kmpl
Front Brake
Rear Brake
Wheel Type
Kick Start Only
Fuel Capacity
8 Ltrs
Engine Type
Air Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine
109.19 cc
Maximum Speed
87 Kmph
Gear Box
4 Speed
Fuel Type

Engine and Transmission

Engine Type
Air Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine
109.19 cc
72 Kmpl
Maximum Power
8.25 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque
8.63 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Kick Start Only
Maximum Speed
87 Kmph
Cooling System
Air Cooled
Gear Box
4 Speed
Wet, Multi Plate
50 mm
55.6 mm
Supply System
Transmission Type

Tyres and Brakes

Tyre Size

Front :-80/100 - 18,

Rear :-80/100 - 18

Tyre Type
Radial Tyres
Wheel Size

Front :-18 inch,

Rear :-18 inch

Front Brake
Rear Brake
Front Brake Diameter
130 mm
Rear Brake Diameter
130 mm

Features and Safety

Seat Type

Chassis and Suspension

Front Suspension
Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension
Spring Loaded Hydraulic


2022 mm
1095 mm
733 mm
Ground Clearance
169 mm
Saddle Height
820 mm
Kerb Weight
108 Kgs
1285 mm
Fuel Capacity
8 Ltrs


Fully Transisterized
Head Lamp
12 V - 35 / 35 W
Tail Lamp
Turn Signal Lamp
Pass Switch
Battery Type
Maintenance Free
Battery Capacity
12 V - 3 Ah
Low Fuel Indicator

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Dream Yuga 110 Mileage

Honda Dream Yuga Kick Drum Spoke gives a mileage of 72 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.

72 Kmpl

mileage as per ARAI Data

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* Includes only fuel and maintenance cost

Dream Yuga 110 Expert Review

After the legendary partnership between the Indian two-wheeler giant, Hero and the Japanese auto-major, Honda came to an end, Hero Moto Corp continued to enjoy the position of the largest two-wheeler manufacturer in the country. It was Honda that was left to start from the scratch and struggle to make a new and dignified position for itself in the Indian market. Ever since then, Honda has been hell-bent over acquiring not just any place, but the very title of 'Number 1' that is currently under the possession of its erstwhile partner-turned-rival, Hero Moto Corp. Cleverly interpreting the market trends and customer demands in India, Honda recently launched a mass volume commuter bike, known as the Dream Yuga. Commuters have been, right from the start, and continue to be, a very popular category in Indian motorcycles. CB Twister from Honda has already proven to be a great success in the segment of low-capacity commuters, and Dream Yuga, being the successor of the Twister, is doing even better in its own field. Over the past few months, since the release of the Dream Yuga, the motorbike has recorded a very impressive sales figure, playing its part very well in taking its makers to the height of success that they aspire to reach. 

The designing of Honda Dream Yuga 110 gets its inspiration from both Honda CB Twister and Honda CB Shine. With overall dimensional characteristics of 2022mm x 733mm x 1095mm, this new entrant is longer, wider and taller than the Twister, which means more room for the riders. But, in no way does it mean that the bulk weight of the ride is also premium to later. With 108kg, Dream Yuga weighs just the same as the Twister, which means increased comfort and easy handling come coupled together. And the entire credit for this light weighted structure goes to the Diamond type, single down tube chassis of the Yuga which is much lighter than the twin tube frame of the Twister. The wheelbase gets enhanced to 1285mm in Dream Yuga while the ground clearance gets decreased to 161mm, which poses a slight drawback in the otherwise decent design.

One thing that the design of Dream Yuga clearly reveals is that ergonomics have been given a lot of importance while shaping the shell of this ride. First of all, the seats are positioned well in coordination with the widely-placed handlebars, that helps the driver in keeping a comfortable upright posture through long journeys, although, a better cushioning in seats would be more than welcome here. Besides that, the wider scoop of the fuel-tank provides excellent support for the inner thigh, the RVMs provide a crystal clear view, and the foot-pegs and footrest give ample support for the feet of the driver as well as the pillion. The instrument console mounted over the handlebars has a very simple and old-school pattern with two rounds dials placed side-by-side. One of them is the speedometer that also houses the tripmeter. The other one, besides acting as a fuel-gauge, also carries indicators for high beam, turn lights and neutral. Besides the dials, buttons for pass light and high beam have also been included in the switch gear, but the absence of an engine kill switch leaves the panel incomplete.

Honda Dream Yuga 110 Appearance
As far as looks are concerned, Honda Dream Yuga 110 puts up a pretty decent show. A sleek and neatly carved body, which efficiently cuts through the air owing to its aerodynamic shape, defines Yuga. A plain trapezoidal headlamp, that is not exceptionally large but provides the right amount of illumination at night, sits in the center of a smartly-carved front fascia. The side profile, meanwhile, gets alluring body graphics and very sharp contours that add a distinct sporty element to it. That, in combination with the edgy rear fender, the large front mudguard and the slim-yet-smart exhaust in black, completes the handsome attire of Dream Yuga. A lot of CB Shine is evident in the outfit of the Yuga, and this becomes exceptionally so when we take a look at the turn-indicators, rear view mirrors and taillights. That was about the looks. When it comes to quality, Dream Yuga scores quite high. The company has paid a lot of heed to material quality which has resulted in the fine finish that Yuga enjoys today.

Being a commuter, Honda Dream Yuga 110 is expected to deliver a consistent performance as it covers long journeys at a single stretch, and that is exactly what the bike does. Powered by a 109cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, SI engine, this ride employs Honda's Intelligent Ignition technology to work in association with its power-mill. Besides that, a 4-speed Constant mesh transmission gearbox and a Multiplate clutch also come mated with this mill. And together, this entire mechanism churns out a peak 8.5bhp output at 7500rpm for a maximum torque rating of 8.91Nm at 5500rpm. Adopted from the Twister, again, this engine works perfectly for Dream Yuga, always giving a very smooth and refined feel, and keeping the NVH levels at a minimum. The torque and power levels are also maintained quite uniformly throughout the rev-range, which accounts for a faster pickup and a proper power delivery at all times. To add to the refinement, the gearbox also works seamlessly, making gear-shifts go practically unnoticed. And in the filter department, a viscous paper air filter works to deliver maximum power out of every drop of the fuel. Coming to suspension system. The front end receives an efficient set of telescopic forks while the rear end gets a tube type mechanism which is 5-step adjustable and ensures that however bumpy the surface might be, the riders are kept unaware of it.     

Honda Dream Yuga 110 Mileage
The fuel-tank capacity of Dream Yuga is only 8 litres, which is not much. But when you have a ride that delivers a mileage of 72kmpl, you are hardly in need of a large fuel-storage. If company claims are held true for the fuel-economy of the Yuga, the bike is the indisputable champion of its segment in terms of fuel-efficiency. 

Drum brakes, 130mm in diameter, do the duty for both the front as well as the rear wheel of Dream Yuga, and perform their jobs quite well. In order to assist them in their work, the company provides a set of 18 inch tyres also, which helps in shortening the distance and hence, improving the quality of braking. The presence of these thick tyres, besides helping with the braking, also helps in easy handling and maintaining the smoothness of the ride. The factors that further assist in handling the ride are the large dimensions with small weight, the low levels of vibrations, the telescopic front-end suspension that absorbs the shocks to provide a stable ride and the balanced frame that makes cornering a piece of cake.   

Safety has always been a prominent field of attention for Honda, and the same is true in the case of Dream Yuga as well. Firstly, the 130mm Drum brakes provide efficient braking, playing their part well. Then, the incorporation of tubeless tyres or Tuff up tubes greatly diminishes the chances of getting a flat tyre, thereby saving the riders from all that trouble. For the pillion, grab-rails running around the rear-end of the seat help in maintaining a good grip during the journey while for the driver's convenience, a headlamp with a continuous supply of power ensures proper illumination in the dark for a safe and sound drive.

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