Hero Honda new CD Deluxe gets new rear cowl and aluminum die cast rear grip. New CD Deluxe also features a muffler protector. Alloy wheels option make the female stylish. The riding and seating is more comfortable because of larger and wider seats and two step adjustable shock absorber. Apart from this the new version now features trapezoidal, multi-reflector headlamp & body coloured visor similar to its cousin splendor NXG. It comes it several colors which add to the beauty of the female. This cool bike comes in black with golden stripes, black with yellow stripes, candy tahitian blue, cool mint green, amranth maroon, candy blazing red and cloud silver.
The double cradle frame structure of Hero Honda CD-Deluxe ensures a smooth and stable ride even on bumps and potholed roads. The bike is available in unique suspension, which smoothens and absorbs the bumps on uneven roads and provides riding comfort. The seat height is 805mm which gives a good sitting posture. The dashboard is provided with analogue speedometer and fuel gauge. The cowl is not added to the machine. The tubular double cradle frame looks sleek and masculine. The engineers at the Hero Honda give it smart cosmetic treatment as they put unique 3-D graphics and knee recesses look awesomely rugged. The stylish muffler protector creates a trendy image. The strongly contoured fuel tank enhances masculine appeal and it provide knee recess which adds to the comfort. Body colored visor blends gracefully with other graphical elements. Multi-reflector taillight gives off warm glows. The seat is wide enough to enable one to sit comfortably.
The Hero Honda CD-Deluxe can be controlled easily in heavy traffic.
The overall height, length and width of Hero Honda CD-Deluxe are 1045mm, 1965mm, 720mm respectively. It has a wheel base of 1230mm and kerb weight is 107kgs. It has a ground clearance of 165mm. Hero Honda CD-Deluxe comes with air-cooled, 4-stroke OHC engine with displacement of 97.2 CC. The engine has a support for single cylinder and the electrical specifications of Hero Honda CD-Deluxe are 12 volts, 35/35W and Capacitor Discharge Ignition (CDI). Hero Honda CD-Deluxe develops 7.7bhp of peak power at 7500 rpm and generates a torque of 7.55Nm@6000rpm. The Hero Honda CD-Deluxe is started by kick start.
It has 4-speed constant mesh type transmission. The front suspensions in Hero Honda CD-Deluxe include telescopic hydraulic shock absorber and the rear suspension includes swing arm with hydraulic shock absorber. The machine has Drums brakes, Internal Expanding Type - 130 mm Dia in the front and 110mm drum brakes in the rear which result in a smooth ride, helping in coping with sudden jerk due to the unkind roads and bumps. Double tubular cradle frame assures stable and steady riding. Strong tubular frame is its another salient body feature.
As per test figures, the bike takes 7.8 seconds for a 0-60 kmph dash while at 0-400m it can achieve in 22.9 seconds. The top speed is 89.3kmph. Braking 60 kmph (meters) 23.
Hero Honda CD-Deluxe scores just as high as any of its rivals. Tackling the stop-and-go riding nature of crowded city traffic, including idling at traffic lights, the bike delivered 77 kilo metres per litre - so any worse than this will be close to impossible in regular use. The maximum capacity of fuel tank is 10.5 litres and 1.8 litres reserve.
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As far as the handling, breaking, shockers etc are concerned the bike is excellent. Gear shifting is quite smooth. Its resale value is among the best and its maintenance is among the lowest. It comes with two years of warranty. Maximum average in its class.
Hero Honda CD-Deluxe's shock absorbers are not so much sturdy and will loosen down if not handled properly and at last you will have to change it totally. Moreover, unlike splendor it doesn't have that pickup or speed even though it has same engine specifications. The bike is quite comfortable op to speed of 50 but if you are touching 60-70 it vibrates a lot.
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