Honda Dream Yuga was first made its stance in the year 2013. After gaining some positive feedback, Honda made some tweaks to the Dream Yuga in order to grab some more sales on the chart. With all the name and fame, Honda Dream Yuga is going to check the fate of its updated version. Without late let’s get deeper into this.
Honda Dream Yuga propels a 109.19cc 4-stroke, air-cooled, SI engine that delivers a maximum output power of 8.25 bhp @ 7,500rpm and a torque of 8.63 Nm @ 5,500 rpm. displaces.
The transmission duties are carried by a 4-speed gearbox that uses wet multi-plate clutch setup which uses chain drive as the final mode of driving for better performance.
This updated version further provided with a Honda Eco Technology (HET) which now gives a refined output and thus claims an efficient mileage figure of 74 km/l.
The engine is more powerful and also commanding which produces an enhanced mileage and hence the rider can easily maneuver the road without flaws.
DESIGN & STYLING
Honda Dream Yuga though appears to be simple but also it carries some elegant elements and styling. Except for graphical themes, it’s very complex to differentiate both the new & previous bikes at first impression. The bike is more of black color, like the black silencer, engine and alloy wheels.
The front gets an astounding headlamp unit with a body colored front cowl, a rear view mirrors, and clear lens indicators. While the 8-liter robust fuel tank with a Honda 3D wing emblem is good to see with the bike.
The rear gets a premium touch to elevate the bike from every angle. As of this, the bike gets a triangular tail lamp unit with turning indicators are prominent to see.
The 2,022mm length, 733mm width, and 1,095mm height are the measurement of the bike. While the wheelbase of 1,285mm with a ground clearance of 169mm gives good hold & stability for even short riders.
The highlights like instrument console that displays significant info of the bike to the rider like an analog speedometer, fuel gauge, and odometer etc.
The bike diamond frame chassis with telescopic forks at the front with spring loaded hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear enables the rider to successfully overcome the speed breakers and hurdles with above said suspension setup.
The 80/100-18 tubeless tyres at both the ends give acquired a grip on all surfaces. The braking duties are done by the 130mm drum brakes incorporated at both front & rear minimizes the unexpected circumstances.
The bike gets a strong leg guard with a pass-light button save’s you from the collision. Thanks for Honda for enabling the luminous 12V-35/35W headlight at the front. Besides, the tubeless tyres give convenient rides to both the rider & pillion.