New Honda Dream Neo review, test ride1 min read . Updated: 05 Jul 2013, 04:02 PM IST Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has just augmented its bike line-up with the addition of the Dream Neo. Part of Honda’s Dream series, the Dream Neo is the manufacturer’s first motorcycle to get HET, or Honda Eco Technology.
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has just augmented its bike line-up with the addition of the Dream Neo.
Part of Honda's Dream series, the Dream Neo is the manufacturer's first motorcycle to get HET, or Honda Eco Technology.
The Dream Neo is aimed at fuel-efficiency conscious customers looking for a reliable daily commuter, and will sell alongside the Dream Yuga and CB Twister in the competitive 110cc commuter bike segment.
The Neo's 8-litre fuel-tank feels slender, and comes with a hinge-less fuel filler cap. The base model Dream Neo comes with 18-inch wire-spoke wheels while higher variants are available with six-spoke alloy wheels, in black. The Dream Neo's engine, frame and exhaust are also finished in black. At the rear, the Neo uses a simplistic tail-light and jaded looking tubular grab handle. Overall quality and fit and finish are however up to the mark, as expected on any Honda motorcycle, and the Neo faces no issues here.
Price Range (in lakhs)*
Ex-showroom price ₹ 43,150 - 47,240
Type Single-cylinder, air-cooled, four stroke, 109cc
Power 8.25bhp at 7500rpm
Torque 0.88kgm at 5500rpm
Wheel base 1258mm
Chassis & Body
Wheels 6-spoke alloy
Tyres 80/100 x 18 inches (f); 110/80 x 18 inches (r)
Front Telescopic forks
Rear Twin-hydraulic shocks
Front 130mm drum
Rear 130mm drum