The 2018 Auto Expo has witnessed the leading Japanese motorcycle industry Honda reveal two new models to ride the streets, the Honda Livo and Dream Yuga, both packed with a 110cc engine. Both have brought with them specific design features and functional upgrades.
This bike is more on the sophisticated mode of design rather than having the raw, roughened look most bikes possess. It has an entirely redesigned look that has a little improvisation from the CB twister. Most parts of the motorcycle have a blackened out theme leaving the tanks, headlamp cowl, mirrors and few other small details. While the wheels and tires have been modified with six-spoke alloys in tubeless tires, the seating arrangement has been made much more comfortable for riders with the lengthened seats and upright handle bars.
Now moving on to the machinery that runs this beauty, the 109.19cc engine runs on 8.2bhp at 7500 RPM at 9.09 Nm torque, with a four-speed transmission gearbox. It contains the HET (Honda Eco Technology) and offers a fuel efficiency of 74kmpl. It comes with colour options of Athletic Blue metallic, black, sunset brown metallic, pearl amazing white, and matt axis grey metallic.
Honda Dream Yuga
This bike has a reinvented the Dream Neo with the 110cc engine and some definitive features. This bike has about seven different colour schemes, just like that of the Honda Livo. It comes with a low maintenance seal chain, attractive graphics of the tank and side cowl, and stylish meter dials giving it a different outlook altogether. The bike presents with tubeless tires for low rolling resistance for maximum fuel efficiency of 72kmpl. .
The engine is air-cooled, HET, 4-stroke and single cylinder for powering 8.31bhp and 9.09 NM of torque. It has an additional chrome cover for the carburetor, and chrome plated silencer protector. The suspension adjustment is a 5-step mechanism for enhanced comfort. Moreover there are dual shock absorbers for the rear and telescopic forks for the front, and drum brakes for braking at both ends.
The Livo has hit the markets at a cost of Rs 56,230 and the Dream Yuga is priced at Rs 52, 741 in the Delhi ex-showrooms.