Yet again, Suzuki GD 110 is a winner. Its ride is smooth, and powerful.
Engine noise level:
The engine makes little noise and the rider feels no vibrations. The bike is soundless during operation. To tell you guys a fact, the bike is quieter than any 70 cc bike. My cousin has a Honda CD 70 and while riding both bikes together, CD sounded louder than GD. Awesome, isn't it!
The dampers (shock absorbers) of Suzuki GD 110 are simply marvelous! Its swing-arm rear shock absorbers and telescopic front shock absorbers team up to give a comfortable riding experience. More importantly, the suspension works just as good when riding alone or with a pillion rider. I weigh somewhere around 60 kg (I'm lean :P) and even with this "little" weight, GD's suspension system's performance remains unparallelled.
Talking about Honda CD 100, this machine also has one good set of shock absorbers. They do work good when riding single, but they work their best when riding with a passenger (pillion riding).
Suzuki GD 110 weighs 108 kg, roughly 10 kg more than Honda CD 100. However, GD feels feather-light in handling, thanks to its compact design.
I feel Suzuki could have used a low-rising handle bar for a better riding experience. I feel the handle bar is raised higher than it should have been which exhausts the rider. Or the other solution would have been to have a longer fuel tank so as the rider is seated in a more backward position that the current one.