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Honda commuter bikes get combined braking before the April dead line

Honda has integrated combi braking systems into its 110 cc commuter motorcycle line-up and the three bikes that now get this feature include the Dream Yuga, CD 110 Dream and Livo. The three bikes have the same single cylinder 109 cc engine that dishes out 8.42 PS and 9.09 Nm of peak torque. The engine is paired to a four speed gearbox and all three models make use of a diamond frame with spring loaded hydraulic rear systems and telescopic front shocks.

The Honda CD 110 Dream CBS comes at INR 50,028 ex-showroom which is costlier than the non-CBS version by approximately INR 559. The Dream Yuga CBS is costlier by INR 600 than the regular model which is priced at INR 54,247 while the Honda Livo Drum and Disc CBS models are priced at INR 57,539 and INR 59,950 respectively.

Honda has been introducing CBS for its bikes with capacities below 125 cc in phases over past couple of months. The CBS update was provided to the Honda CB Shine, Navi and Shine SP in the last phase.