Honda Launches 2020 CD110 Dream BS6 at ₹62,729; Gets Big Updates

CD110 Dream BS6 price hike is Rs 12,000-13,000 which is an increment of around 20 percent. It, however, gets significant updates…

After transforming its large selling models to the mandatory BS6 norms, Honda has now moved to its other pending products in the lineup. The company has officially launched the new CD 110 Dream which becomes the first Bharat Stage 6 compliant model in the 100cc range.

The new CD110 comes with what Honda calls as a ‘new’ 110cc engine with fuel injection, however, its specifications have not been revealed. Honda has however claimed that it is now more fuel efficient than before.

It gets features like ACG starter motor, DC headlamp, engine start/stop switch, integrated headlamp beam and pass switch, etc. It also gets a longer seat and comes with low rolling resistance tyres (at the rear).

Honda has also updated the design of the motorcycle a wee bit and it comes with fresher graphics. The rear view mirrors are also now body colored.

CD110 Dream BS6 Price

CD110 Dream standardRs 62,729
price ex-showroom Ahmedabad

The older model was offered at around Rs 50,000 which means the hike is in the vicinity of 20 percent, which is a very significant increment.

The new CD110 Dream is offered in two variants – standard and deluxe, however, price of the deluxe variant has not been shared.

CD110 Dream BS6 price
The older CD110 Dream for reference…

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There are eight colors on offer – the Standard model can be bought in Black with Red Graphics, Black with Grey Graphics, Black with blue Graphics, Black with Cabin Gold graphics whereas the Deluxe variant can be had in Black, Geny Grey metallic, Imperial Red Metallic and Athletic Blue Metallic.

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Honda is also offering a six year warranty on the motorcycle wherein three years are standard and you can extend it further for three years.

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The new motorcycle will start reaching dealerships towards the start of this month (June).