Honda Dream Yuga and Livo updated with Combined Braking System (CBS)

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Honda Dream Yuga and Livo commuter bikes have been updated with CBS, ahead of the safety regulations. The prices have been hiked by Rs 600.

Honda Motorcycles and Scooters World has updated the Dream Yuga and Livo with CBS. With this, it has completely updated its 110cc and 125cc bikes lineup with the safety feature.

Honda Dream Yuga CBS is priced at Rs 54,807. Honda Livo is available in Drum and Disc variants with CBS, priced at Rs 57539 and Rs 59950 (prices ex-showroom) respectively.

Honda Dream Yuga 2018

While the prices of Dream Yuga have been hike by Rs 559, prices of the latter have increased by Rs 600. Most of the CBS updated bikes have noticed a similar price hike.

Also Read: Honda Unicorn 150 ABS launched in World – Get Prices!

Both the bikes are 110cc commuter motorcycles. They use a 109.7cc SI engine that produces 8.31 BHP at 7500 RPM and 9.09 Nm at 5000 RPM. Both the bikes come mated to a 4-speed gearbox.

While Honda Dream Yuga gets a fuel tank capacity of 8 Litres, the Livo gets 8.5 Litre capacity. Both have a claimed mileage of 70 kmpl, which should make the bikes deliver a riding range of above 500 kms.

For braking, the Dream Yuga uses 130mm drum brakes at both the end, so does the Honda Livo. However, the latter gets an optional 240mm front disc brake.

Also Read: Honda CD110 CBS launched; priced from Rs 50,028

Honda Livo Side Profile

Features on both the bikes are nearly similar. The list includes chrome muffler cover, low maintenance chain, 5-step adjustable shock absorbers and CBS. Livo gets an additional digital-analogue meter with service due indicator and clock.

Honda has been rolling out updates for its bikes in a phased manner. It started with updating X Blade with ABS, followed by CBS on Shine, Navi and CD110. Honda Unicorn 150 has also received a single-channel ABS.

Reports suggest that Honda might soon discontinue the CB Unicorn 160. Currently Honda has 3 bikes in the 160cc segment, out of which, X Blade and Hornet are performing well.

Also Read:Honda CB Unicorn 160 might be discontinued post-2020

CB Unicorn 160 is priced near to Unicorn 150 and X Blade, which makes the buyers either prefer Unicorn for pure commuting purposes or X Blade for a sporty commuter.

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