Honda 2-Wheelers India has launched the all-new CB200X at a sticker price of Rs 1.44 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom, Gurugram) in the country. Boasting of three new patent applications, Honda CB200X bookings start from today at all its authorized dealership network across India while deliveries will start from September 2021. The CB200X is nearly Rs 14,000 more expensive than the Hornet 2.0, on which it is based. The adventure motorcycle from Honda will take on the likes of Hero Xpulse 200 and Royal Enfield Himalayan in the Indian market.
Honda CB200X Design
Honda CB200X gets a rugged appearance due to elements such as an upswept exhaust, under cowl and raised & swaged handlebar. The footpegs have been positioned perfectly to ensure an upright riding position. It also flaunts a tall visor as standard. The company has also offered Knuckle covers with integrated LED winkers as a part of the overall package. Riding on lightweight 5Y-shaped alloy wheels with tough tread pattern tyres (front 110mm & rear 140mm), Honda CB200X comes with a split seat which measures 613 mm. The seat height stands at 810 mm. The adventure bike is equipped with all-LED lighting (LED headlamp with position lamp, LED winkers and iconic X-Shaped LED tail lamp) as standard fitment. The CB200X can be availed in three colors namely Pearl Nightstar Black, Matte Selene Silver Metallic and Sports Red.
Honda CB200X Features
Honda CB200X features a fully digital liquid crystal meter with 5-level adjustable brightness. It provides a myriad of info to the rider in the form of Gear Position Indicator, Service Due Indicator, Digital Clock and Battery Voltmeter. The bike also comes with Engine stop switch and Hazard switch as standard while key on tank further accentuates its appeal. The suspension duties are helmed by Golden upside forks at the front and a mono-shock unit at the rear. As for the braking, it is equipped with front and rear petal disc brakes with ABS.
Honda CB200X Engine
Based on a Diamond Type Steel chassis, Honda CB200X houses a BS6 compliant 184cc PGM-FI engine which delivers top power of 17 bhp at 8500 rpm and peak torque of 16.1 Nm at 6000 rpm. It is the same engine that powers the Hornet 2.0 in the Indian market. The engine is offered with a 5-speed gearbox. The bike is offered with Honda’s 6-year warranty package (3 years standard + 3 years optional extended warranty).
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