2021 Honda CB500X adventure bike launched in the Indian market with a starting price of Rs 6.87 lakh ex-showroom.
- Honda CB500X priced from Rs 6,87,386 Ex-showroom
- The Bike rides on a telescopic suspension at front and monoshock at rear
- CB500X powered with a 471-cc motor unit
Honda today has announced the launch of the much-awaited CB500X adventure motorcycle, which is inspired by an Africa twin bike. The bookings have been commenced at Honda’s Bigwig top line and Bigwig premium dealerships nearby. The CB500X priced from Rs 6,87,386 lakh ex-showroom Gurugram. The bike is offered with a two-color paint scheme, Grand Prix Red, and matte Gunpowder black. The parallel-twin adventure bike brought through the CBU route and on the occasion, Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Director – Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd., said” Driven by the passion of fun riders in India and further strengthening our offerings in the Mid-Size premium motorcycle segment, CB500X will entice adventure enthusiasts who believe in exploring uncongenial trails. This machine serves as a companion for the city rides and is beast on unraveled paths.”
The CB500X comes equipped with all LED lighting from headlamps to the taillights and turn indicators. It is built on diamond-shaped steel tube chassis. The mainframe ties to the four mounting and help in enabling the 181 mm of ground clearance. As for the suspension, it carries a 41 mm telescopic front fork suspension and Monoshock absorbers at the rear end, with 9 9-stage spring preload adjustment. The equipment boasts with front windscreen, lightweight multi-spoke cast-aluminum wheels, 19 -inch front, and 17-inch rear wheels. The CB500X comes with the smart ESS (emergency stop signal) technology that detects sudden braking and automatically activates the front and rear hazard lights, which further flash to warn the nearby vehicles. Honda CB500X launched.
The Bike also features an advanced ignition security system (HISS) theft-deterrent reinforced handlebar look structures and strengthened key cylinders ultimately giving peace of mind to the riders. It has a negative LCD meter that provides, goof visibility, gear position indicator, engine temperature, ABS indicator, which keeps the rider updated all the time. The braking is handled by a 310 mm front disc and a 240 mm rear petal disc brake, with a dual-channel ABS system. Honda CB500X powered with a 471 cc eight-valve liquid-cooled parallel twin-cylinder motor, that develops 47.5 HP of maximum power output at 8,500 Rpm and 43.2 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 Rpm. The transmission is paired with a 6-speed gearbox system with a slipper clutch.