Suzuki Hayate EP vs Honda Dream Yuga
The commuter motorcycles are the first choice of the Indian middle class families because these bikes give better performance, good mileage and a really important thing, it carries a low price tag. Now a question arises that which one is better, we here compared two commuter bikes, which have an excellent mileage figures and a true performer acclaimed by the both manufacturers. Honda Dream Yuga is a cheapest offering from Honda and available in the market from a long time than the recently launched new Suzuki Hayate EP, It comes with new SEP technology and new graphics. Suzuki uses a lightweight engine on Hayate EP.
Let’s discuss in details:
Engine: Suzuki Hayate EP vs Honda Dream Yuga
Suzuki Hayate EP has offered a high-tech 113cc engine with SEP technology. The Suzuki company has used a high ignition spark plug and lowfriction cylinder on the engine which helps in belting out the max power of 8.7 BHP at 7500 RPM and torque of 9.3 Nm at 5500 RPM with constituted 4 speed transmission. The engine is tuned to offer a good pick-up and a 60 kmpl mileage on roads.
Whereas the Honda Dream Yuga is boasts with a 110cc light weight engine, which incorporated with 4-stroke Si engine with HET technology. The engine is capable to produce 8.25BHP of power and peak torque of 8.6 Nm at 5500 RPM. The whole mill setup is connected to a 4- speed gears easy gear shift pattern and return excellent figure 70 kmpl.
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Design: Suzuki Hayate EP vs Honda Dream Yuga
Now comes on design, both the bike looks different in style. We can talk about Suzuki Hayate EP. The company has offered a long and comfortable seat for the riders on the bike for any type of road condition. It has a long wheelbase and newdiamond frame, which help to give a more stability in a straight line. Additional features aremaintenance-free battery,tubeless tyres, Suzuki logo on the fuel tank, stylishnew graphics etc that give the motorcycle an attractive look.
While the Dream Yuga is offering a stylish and attractive graphics and premium 3d emblem logo on the fuel tank. Cosmetically, bike has a black alloy wheel, engine and exhaust are painted in black that will definitely catch your attention. Other additional features are front cowl,tubeless tires, stylish rear grab rail etc.
Technology: Suzuki SEP vs Honda HET
SEP stands for Suzuki Eco Performance. It is a new development from Suzuki which offers a low fuelconsumption and superior acceleration to the bike. The company wants to make a Eco friendly bike with the help of SEP technology.
HET stands for Honda Eco Technology. TheJapanese automaker introduced (HET) Honda Eco Technology first in Honda Activa.HMSI was trying to make a bike Ecofriendly product. HET helps to increase power and torque along with the fuel efficiency of the bike that will support the owner in continuously increasing fuel price situation. At present the firm has applied this HET technology in all the new products of the company.
Brakes and Suspensions: Suzuki Hayate EP vs Honda Dream Yuga
For the safe riding the company offers drum brakes at both wheels. The company uses5-step adjustable rear shock absorber and telescopic front forks as a suspension setup. The Suzuki Hayate EP comes with 17 inches tubeless tyres.
Whereas the Honda Dream Yuga is also comes with drum brakes. The spring loaded hydraulic at the rear and telescopic front forks has taken care to absorb shock on to the harsh terrain. And the diamond type frame provides stability along with suspension setup on the corner at the good speed.
Instruments: Suzuki Hayate EP vs Honda Dream Yuga
Both the motorcycle maker’s uses analogue dashboard which contains turn signal signs, low to high beam headlight light telltale, a fuel meter and speedometer. While On the right of the key holder of the Honda Dream Yuga a small silver logo of Honda is also there on the dashboard.
Color and Price: Suzuki Hayate EP vs Honda Dream Yuga
The Suzuki Hayate EP is available in three eye soothing colors named asDefault Black,Metallic Oort Gray andPearl Mira Red. The company decided its ex-showroom price in New Delhi is just Rs. 54,607. While the Dream Yuga had its availability in five different shades of Sports Black, Sports Red, Vibrant Blue, Majestic Grey and All Black at the price tag of INR 51,347 (ex-showroom).