Honda cb200x is the honda’s latest offering its smallest most affordable adventure tourer motorcycle for the Indian market.
Honda cb200x looks, specification
Honda cb200x looks quite a compact design, it does have a very clear adventure touring appeal. The cb200x comes with a sharp nose, a front a tall screen, a handlebar that’s white and raised and a seat height of 810mm, then the cb200x does have a clear road bias to it alloys it’s got alloys not spoke wheels like it’s competitors do the expels and the Himalayan moreover. cb200x got the same upside-down forks and tire treads which look like they should be happier on tarmac than off-road. The tire size is 110 sections upfront and 140 over at the rear.
The suspension like I said is USD forks at the front and a mono-shock at the rear. Honda cb200x has all treatment led headlamp, led tail light and led indicators right on the handguard, the only problem with that is when you’re off-road and if you do drop the motorcycle which can happen no big deal the first thing that you break are these.
Honda cb200x engine power
The honda cb200x power the same 184cc single-cylinder engine which is taken from the CB hornet 2.0, which makes 17 horsepower and 16-newton meters of torque. Now, these power figures are comparable to its closest rival the Hero xpulse 200, but honda do say that the cb200x will deliver a strong mid-range performance.
The same engine that powers the hornet and if you’ve experienced it already you know that in a true honda fashion it is a very refined engine and we could perhaps expect similar performance from the cb200x as well so the cb200x has already. Talking about the top speed we have not tested it yet but we hope it can go up to 125-130 kilometres per hour as like the Hornet 2.0. The cb200x comes with a 12L of a fuel tank that can give at around 40-45 kilometres per litre of petrol.
The Honda comes with a 276mm disc in the front and 220mm disc for the rear wheel and if the break is sufficient to stop this 184cc engine, a single-channel ABS system would enhance your safety. The seat height of the honda cb200x is 810 mm which is actually more than the Royal Enfield Himalayan. For your reference I can say if your height is five-six or five-seven you can easily down your both feet on the ground and the good fact is that motorcycle is lightweight, the honda cb200x is only 147kgs which is just only 5kgs heavier than hornet 2.0, so it wouldn’t really be a problem handling. The cb200x gets raised handlebars giving it an upright sitting posture for your long ride. The ground clearance is 167mm that is slightly higher than hornet 2.0 and the exhaust is swept up in case there is some water waiting involved.
Honda cb200x price
Honda has launched the honda cb200x at an extra, honda cb200x price in India is Rs.147535 rupees which is 14000 rupees more than the hornet 2.0.
The price makes cb200x India’s 2nd most affordable adventure tourer motorcycle after the Hero xpulse and you can choose from three different colour options which are Sport red, matt Selene silver metallic and the pearl night star black. Honda is going to start the delivery at the end of September. Honda also gives you three years of standard quality and three years extendable. So this segment of motorcycles is definitely catching on quite rapidly, something that we’ve seen in the likes of the Himalayan and the Hero Xpulse. People are interested in off-roading.