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|Manufacturer||Atlas Honda, Pakistan|
|Also called||CD 70|
|Parent company||Honda Motor Company|
Sheikhupura, Pakistan (1991–present)
Karachi, Pakistan (1991–present)
|Engine||72 cc (4.4 cu in) 4-Stroke, OHC, air cooled, single|
|Ignition type||Contact breaker (later models upgraded to capacitor discharge electronic ignition)[when?]|
|Transmission||Four speed manual|
|Brakes||Drum, front and rear|
|Fuel capacity||9 l (2.0 imp gal; 2.4 US gal)|
Introduced to compete against rival two-stroke small capacity motorcycles, the Honda 70 had a Four stroke engine with an displacement of 72 cc (4.4 cu in). Models from 1970 to 1983 were called the Honda 70, with a Honda 70 logo on the side covers.
The Honda 70 had a rectangular speedometer with gear range markings and a maximum calibration of 60 mph (97 km/h). The claimed top speed was 58 mph (93 km/h). The engine was constantly upgraded and modified. In 1984, the bike was released as the Honda CD70. It had a variety of changing logo stickers, and in 2012, there were changes in the shape of engine, carburettor and rear indicators which were moved lower, near the rear light.