Honda recently unveiled new technical and cosmetic upgrades for select two-wheelers at the 2016 Auto Expo. The updated range includes CB Unicorn 160, CD 110 Dream Deluxe, Dream Neo and the Dio.
The CD 110 Dream Deluxe, which is the most affordable motorcycle in Honda’s range, now gets a new self-start variant. It is also available with a new green and black paint scheme. The Dream Neo has been updated with new graphics, a chrome exhaust shield and a new 3D emblem on the fuel tank. The CB Unicorn 160 and the Dio on the other hand, are both available in a new matt grey paint schemes. The CB Unicorn 160 gets a body coloured grab rail, while the Dio gets a 3D emblem.
Thankfully, these weren’t the only at the Honda pavilion at the 2016 Auto Expo. The company also launched the Navi and CB Unicorn, while announcing plans to bring the Africa Twin as a locally assembled model.