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Honda CB Dazzler Test Review

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tested: 2010 Honda CB Dazzler

Price OTR Mumbai: Rs.

There was a time when thought and bought only 100 and 110 cc bikes. Bike riding was for who couldn’t afford a four But times have changed now and a bike has changed from a mere means of commuting to a statement to flaunt and brag This is where the 150cc and displacement bikes come in as

The 150cc segment buyers are for choice with products Bajaj and Hero Honda and biggies like Honda and One of the latest entrants to this competitive zone is the Honda CB .

The aggressively styled headlight

already has a good foothold in segment with their Honda Unicorn. But the folks decided to heat it up a bit with the CB Dazzler and I must say; have indeed done the thing.

The cool side

Ok, now first things first, talk about its styling. The has been well styled many design cues straight from the Honda CB class bikes like the CB RR (that is also the reason it is the “CB” Dazzler). One of the eye candies are the side fairings provided hug the fuel tank. The head look more menacing

The big tail lights are also impressive!!

On the performance front, the is quite similar to the one used in the though it has been slightly to provide 14 bhp of power at 8500 RPM the torque figures remain the at 1.3 kgm @ 6500 RPM. On paper you may think that there is not of a change but you can certainly feel the while riding. The power is more responsive and thanks to the reduction, it is very quick off the

It does a 0 to 60 kmph sprint in about 5 seconds and goes all the way to 120

The riding position and the handling are improved. The bike sports a center of gravity thus it more agile than the in corners. It is quite a good considering the excellent traffic especially in the metros. The seating is not quite the type for long You are sure to get your feet and the numb if you try that.

The thigh support is nicely out in the fuel tank giving you a feeling of being firmly to the road. This is also with the new 80/100 17-M/C 46P and 110/80 17-M/C57P (rear) The suspension has been stiffened a bit you a very precise handling.

It is a six adjustable one though, in case you the ride too hard.

The braking is improved with the addition of 220 mm discs.

The instrument cluster has changed to digital from the one in the Unicorn. It is a no frills, just is required kind of display speed, RPM (this remains though) and fuel level. In day light, it becomes somewhat to clearly see what it is showing.

It does not feature an ignition switch also, which was a let again.

A tiny but really feature that we liked was the of the rear view mirrors. a polygonal shaped one and appealed funky to us. All in all, it is quite a choice with a fuel of 60 km/l (claimed) and at a price of Rs.

67,502/- (ex showroom, Mumbai) if you something more than a Unicorn.

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