Dayun Plight 110


About Dayun Plight 110

Dayun Plight 110 is a low-cost sports bike model of Bennett .Bennett is a renowned Chines brand.Dayun Plight 110 is assembled/made in China. It was first launched in Bangladesh 2013.

It has a great combination of  five colors. The main attraction of this sports bike is its reliable 108.68 cc engine, disc brakes, digital meter, and relatively low price. The bike is in great demand. Considering the brand and the current price, the bike is quite affordable. Compared to other naked sports bikes in 108.68 cc segment.Dayun Plight 110 has the most attractive and premium look. Its futuristic-looking aluminum exhaust end cover, new clear lens indicators and pinstripe on the wheels give it a sharp & edgy look. It is guaranteed to appeal to all motorcycle lovers. From the young to the aged, this bike suits everyone. It is one of the most comfortable sports bikes in this segment.

Engine Details

Dayun Plight 110 is powered by 108.68 cc engine which generates maximum power is 4.9Kw @ 7500rpm and its maximum torque is 7.9Nm @ 6000rpm.The bore is N/A mm and the stroke is N/A mm. In the fuel system, BS4 carburetor is used. It is an air-cooled, 4-stroke, 1-cylinder SOHC engine. It has 2 valves and SOHC.

Dayun Plight 110’s top speed is 80 Kmpl and it is capable of crossing approximately 60  Kmpl (Approx) kilometers per liter of fuel. It has an electric starter system along with a kick.

Transmission and Suspensions

It has a 4 manual gearbox and Wet multi-disc, manual Clutch system.

Bennett has used telescopic suspension on front and swingarm, the mono suspension on the rear. This makes the ride smooth and comfortable.

Body Dimensions

Dayun Plight 110’s overall length, width, and height are accordingly 1970 mm, 740 mm,1235 mm. Anyone with 5 ft. 4 inches and above can easily ride the bike. It has 165 mm ground clearance which is good enough for both on and off-road.

The front tire is 2.50-18 and the rear tire is 2.75-18. The wheelbase is 1275 mm . Its ground clearance and wide tires help the rider to have a good cornering experience.

The bike weights 102 Kg ( Self ) which is quite supportive in its top speed. It has a fuel tank capacity of 10 liters.


To improve braking experience, the Double Disc braking system is installed on this bike.  There is a Disc with ABS brake given on front and Disc  brake given on rear, although the later versions included Anti-lock Breaking System (ABS). But unfortunately, this model is out of this feature.


Dayun Plight 110 has a Maintenance-Free, 12v, 6.3Ah Battery.The bike has an Engine-kill switch, Pass button, Indicator button, Headlight on/off switch, Horn button, High/low beam switch, etc. on its handlebar. It has a grab rail for the pillion. Footrests are also installed for the pillion. A bumper was set on front for the safety of the rider and pillion.. It comes with a  headlight 12V 35-35W . The bike has an informative digital speedometer that has a clock, odometer, trip meter, tachometer, and fuel gauge in it. It has a low fuel indicator and low battery indicator. The taillight and all the four indicator lights are also given LED for better reflections.

Currently,Dayun Plight 110 is available at around Tk. 85900 only.

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Body Dimensions
Fuel tank capacity 10 litre
Length / Width / Height 1970 mm /740 mm /1235 mm
Ground clearance 165 mm
Wheel base 1275 mm
Kerb weight 102 kg ( Self )
Engine Details
Displacement 108.68 cc
Max net power 4.9Kw @ 7500rpm
Type Single cylinder, 4 stroke
Max net torque 7.9Nm @ 6000rpm
Fuel System ‎Carburetor
Starting method Electric
Transmission Details
Clutch Wet multi-disc, manual
Number Of Speed Gears 4
Tyres and Brakes
Tyre Size (Front) 2.50-18
Brakes Rear Drum
Tyre Size (Rear) 2.75-18
Wheel Size Front :- Alloy Rear :- Alloy
Brakes Front Drum
Frame & Suspension
Suspension-Rear Twin-Spring loaded
Head Lamp 12V 35-35W
Chassis Type N/A
Suspension-Front Telescopic
Battery 12v, 6.3Ah

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