Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Honda Launches Dream Neo in Jaipur at Rs. 44,410

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has launched its first motorcycle equipped with HET. This commuter motorcycle is named as Honda Dream Neo and available in three variants. The base model comes with drum brakes with spoke wheels and kick start, mid range variant comes with drum brakes with alloy wheels and kick start and while the top end comes with drum brakes with alloy wheels and self start. This bike is specially developed for the Indian consumer with best fuel efficiency. The 110cc Neo has been launched in Jaipur and comes with an attractive price. This most affordable Honda Dream Neo price in India will be starting from INR 43,150 and INR 47,240. Honda Dream Neo pictures are available various online sites and they reveals that the bike looks similar to Dream Yuga with no disc brake option.
Honda Dream Neo
The motorcycle is powered by a four-stroke, air-cooled and single-cylinder 110cc engine which comes mated with a four-speed gearbox. It gearbox comes with a heel and toe shifter in an all up pattern. The motorcycle is powered by a 8.25 bhp of maximum power at 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 8.63 Nm at 5500 rpm. This powerful engine is claimed to provide a fuel efficiency of 74 kmpl. Mr. Shreenath Kamlapurker, regional sales head of West stated that this affordable two-wheeler comes loaded with all best in class features. It comes with attractive price tag which will surely grab the audience from the Indian market. It is loaded with a 18 inch wire spoke wheels on base wheel and the top end variant will be coming with six spoke black alloy wheels.
Honda Dream Neo
The Honda Dream Neo features with an analogue speedometer and fuel-gauge. It is loaded with a pass light flasher and equipped with an 8 litre fuel tank. This bike has a hinge-less fuel filler cap and has an attractive suspension system. The motorcycle uses telescopic at the front front forks with hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear and coupled with a rectangular section swing arm. The base model rides on tubeless tyres. Honda Bikes have claimed that the bike will come in colour options like Black and Red stripe, Black with Violet stripes, Force Silver Metallic, Monsoon Grey Metallic, Midnight Blue Metallic and Alpha Red Metallic. It uses with 130mm drum brakes front and rear and with no option of a disc brake. This HMSI is on way up to its sales outlets to about 2,500 by end of this year and Honda has also launched new version of Honda activa and its available in the market with the name of Honda Activa I.

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