Honda CD110 CBS launched; priced from Rs 50,028


Honda CD110 has been updated with CBS. The entry-level motorcycle is available in two variants, prices starting from Rs 50,028 (ex-showroom).

The entry-level commuter from Honda, CD110 has been updated with Combined-Braking System (CBS). All two-wheelers under 125cc will be updated with this safety feature.

Honda CD110 CBS is now available in STD and DLX variants. The former one is priced at Rs 50,028 and the DLX variant is available at a price of Rs 51,528 (ex-showroom prices Delhi).

The CBS variants demand a hike of Rs 848 over the non-CBS model. Usually, all the CBS updated bikes are getting a price hike between Rs 500-1500 range. ABS bikes are getting a hike of over Rs 6,000.

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

Honda CD110 gets an air-cooled 109cc engine, that produces 8.31 BHP and 9.09 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes mated to a 4-speed gearbox with wet multiplate clutch.

Features onboard include a long comfortable seat, CBS, self-start, tubeless tires, lockable utlity box and a twin-pod analogue cluster with speedometer and fuel indicator.

For suspension purposes, it uses telescopic forks at the front and spring loaded hydraulic (Monoshocks) at the back. CD110 uses 130mm drum brakes at both the end, without an optional disc brake.

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Honda CD110 gets a high ground clearance of 179mm. It tips the scales at 111 kgs. The fuel tank capacity stands at 8 Litres, which delivers an estimated overall riding range of 350-400 kms.

CD100 competes with the likes of Hero Splendor Pro, Splendor Plus, TVS Radeon, Yamaha Saluto and Bajaj Discover 110. As we all know, Splendor is the best selling in this segment.

HMSI will soon update its entire lineup with CBS and ABS. Till now, Hornet, X-Blade and Unicorn 150 have been updated with ABS. Expect the lineup to be updated by early next month.

Also Read: Honda Navi CBS launched in India; priced at Rs 47,110

It recently updated Honda Navi as well with Combined Braking System. Navi received a price hike of around Rs 1700.

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