Report – Honda Dream Neo launched in Chennai at Rs. 44,319

Posted on: Aug 2, 2013 - 6:43pm IST

The Honda Dream Neo 110cc commuter bike has been launched in Chennai at a starting price of Rs. 44,319 (ex-showroom).

Front of the Honda Dream Neo

Honda is adopting a phased launch strategy for its most affordable motorcycle. The bike was launched on the sidelines of ‘Honda Dream Carnival’, a free 5-point check up camp that is taking place in Chennai between today and Sunday.

Honda Dream Neo red

To recap, the Honda Dream Neo sits below the Honda Dream Yuga and borrows a lot of its design from its stablemate. The tail piece is the only noticeable difference between the Dream series commuters.

The Dream Neo is powered by a 109cc 4-stroke air cooled engine, also extracted from the Dream Yuga. The motor which incorporates Honda Eco Technology (HET) makes 8.5 bhp and 8.63 Nm of torque. The gearbox is a 4-speed unit that shifts in an all-up pattern and this powertrain delivers a claimed mileage of 74kpl.

Mask of the Honda Dream Neo
The front mask of the Dream Neo is shared with the CB Shine and the Dream Yuga.

With three offerings (Dream Neo, Dream Yuga and CB Twister) in the 110cc commuter category, the Japanese auto giant is aiming to post a phenomenal YoY growth of 150% in the segment!

Taillight of the Honda Dream Neo
New tail piece design serves as the only immediately noticeable difference compared to the Dream Yuga.

The Dream Neo weighs 105kg and the fuel tank capacity stands at 8 litres. The tubeless tires (tuff-tubes on base variant) are of 80/100 – 18 specification and the drum brakes measure 130mm in dia.

Honda Dream Neo Price (ex-showroom Chennai)

  • Kick start, Spoke wheels with tuff-up tubes – Rs. 44,319
  • Kick start, Alloy wheels with tubeless tires – Rs. 45,336
  • Self start, Alloy wheels with tubeless tires – Rs. 48,478

Honda Dream Neo Image Gallery

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6 thoughts on “Report – Honda Dream Neo launched in Chennai at Rs. 44,319

  1. KRam says:

    Splendor looks 20 year old, still ppl buy.. Old is gold.. It is a retro style

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  2. Prakash says:

    i booked

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  3. DHARMESH says:

    We can not say that this bike is looking old or somthing else. because it may be with you that your choice is somthing different.
    Rahul i would suggest you to go for another model in HONDA because your choices are different.
    As for as Dream Neo is concern, it is for starting segment or commuters. This bike is best package for mileage, simplycity, durabilty, classic looks.
    In 44 thousands bucks, if you want Bullet then it is not possible.

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  4. DHARMESH says:

    vds

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  5. Rahul says:

    This bike looks like 10 years old…Cheap…these Japanese are fooling Indians…

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  6. Rahul says:

    This bike looks like 10 years old…cheap…these Japanese are just fooling Indians…

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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!