Hero honda cd dawn review


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Hero honda cd dawn review

  1. 1. Hero Honda CD-Dawn Review<br />
  2. 2. The Fact…<br />Hero Honda’s long-running 100cc machines still sell well enough! Why not? Take the CD-Dawn as a standing example, the CD-Dawn is overall a nice motorcycle and comes with solid gold brand equity and robust resale value.<br />Let’s see what it has got not keeping in mind about all the Hi-Performance machines in the market.<br />
  3. 3. Engine…<br />The horizontally inclined two-valve unit of the CD-Dawn was first seen on the Hero Honda CD 100 when it hit the Indian shores in 1985.<br />Breathing through a Keihin carburetor, this engine has gained a reputation for reliability and efficiency.<br />The 7.4bhp performance is decent enough for a daily commuter and also good is the handling in simple words.<br />
  4. 4. Ride Quality…<br />The CD-Dawn is a more firm sort of a hard commuter than splendor plus, built to handle harsher terrain.<br />It is a refined unit, and a likeable, uncomplaining nature. The Hero Honda mill will put up with anything you throw at it with a game face.<br />Trundle at 46kph? Fine. Thrash at 85? Well, okay. The bike is lightweight and weighs only 107kg. The budget tyres and adjustable shockers are somewhat acceptable.<br />
  5. 5. The most notable feature on this bike is its extra wide seats for those extra riding comforts.<br />The daily commuter’s are sure to enjoy those long drives and also carry extra load easily.<br />
  6. 6. Styling…<br />The bike fails to climb the heights of style and instead succeeds in seeking a harmonious balance between efficiency and functionality and Hero Honda Believes that’s what a Commuter wants.<br />The bike sports a stylish muffler protector which is safer and trendier.<br />Apart from that its decent graphics gives the bike those ‘Contemporary Looks’. <br />
  7. 7. The bike is features an old fashioned spoke wheels and a circular headlamp.<br />Speedometer console is kept as simple as possible which sports nothing but pure functionality.<br />What’s surprising is that a Padlock provision is given for Theft security.<br />Now when was the last time you heard something like that?<br />
  8. 8. Mileage…<br />It’s the primary reason why people buy this bike.<br />CD-Dawn gives you 76kmpl in city traffic and 78kmpl in highway conditions which makes sure that the bike lives up to its tagline ‘Public ApnaNaya Transport’.<br />
  9. 9. Colors…<br />Interestingly, the bike comes in Six colors which are-<br />Black with Gold Stripes<br />Black with Purple Stripes<br />Boon Silver Metallic<br />Candy Blazing Red<br />Glassy Maroon Metallic and<br />Maroon Black Silver<br />
  10. 10. Technical Specifications…<br />Engine Type- Air cooled, 4 stroke Single cylinder OHCDisplacement- 97.2cc<br />Maximum Power- 7.8Ps<br />Compression Ratio- 9.0:1<br />Ignition- DC Digital CDI<br />Clutch- Multiplate wet<br />
  11. 11. Gearbox- 4speed constant mesh<br />Kerb weight- 107kg<br />Fuel Tank- 10.5 Liters<br />Top Speed- 85kmph<br />
  12. 12. Verdict…<br />The motorcycle has a proven record and comes with remarkable resale value associated with most Hero Honda products.<br />The bike has a astonishing two year or 30,000 km Manufacturer warranty that includes 6 free services.<br /> Priced at just Rs.33000 (ex showroom Delhi) there aren’t many bikes cheaper than this.<br />Go for it if you want a frugal, simple motorcycle that does little more than conserve fuel.<br />
  13. 13. For Further Information Visit This Link:<br />http://bikeadvice.in/hero-honda-cddawn-review/<br />